The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Virginia "Ginni" Thomas, urged Arizona lawmakers following the 2020 election to select new electors to help reverse former President Donald Trump's loss.
In the days after media outlets called the 2020 race for Biden in Arizona and across the country, Thomas messaged multiple lawmakers to choose a "clean slate of Electors," calling on them to “stand strong in the face of political and media pressure," according to emails she sent on Nov. 9, 2020, obtained by the Washington Post.
In her messages, Thomas also suggested lawmakers shared a responsibility to select electors, saying the ability was "yours and yours alone," adding they have the "power to fight back against fraud."
GINNI THOMAS WANTED TO 'RELEASE THE KRAKEN'
Thomas reportedly sent the emails using an online platform called freeroots.com, a website intended to provide political organizers a way to send messages out to multiple recipients for campaign purposes, according to the outlet.
Reports of extended messaging from the wife of the high court justice mounts on top of previous revelations of her efforts to support the former president's allegations of widespread fraud in the 2020 election, claims that were rejected by the previous administration's Justice Department.
Weeks after the election, Thomas messaged former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Nov. 19, 2020, voicing support for lawyer Sidney Powell to become “the lead and the face” of Trump’s legal team in challenging the election results.
"Mark (don’t want to wake you)," she wrote to Meadows. "Sounds like Sidney and her team are getting inundated with evidence of fraud. Make a plan. Release the Kraken and save us from the left taking America down."
Ever since the late-March revelation of Thomas's messages touting Trump's fraud claims, Democratic lawmakers have expressed concerns about an apparent conflict of interests between her role as a conservative activist, given her marriage to a high court justice.
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Thomas has insisted that her work in political activism has been kept separate from her husband's role on the Supreme Court.
The Washington Examiner has contacted Thomas and the Supreme Court.