The January 6 select committee is finally curious about what Ginni Thomas has been up to
It appears the latest series of emails from disgraced Trump attorney John Eastman finally piqued the curiosity of the Jan. 6 select committee about the seditious wife of a Supreme Court justice, Ginni’s efforts Thomas to end democracy in the United States of America.
The emails show Thomas was more widely involved in efforts to overturn the election than previously known, two sources told The Washington Post, as Eastman worked to pressure the former vice president Mike Pence to block certification of Joe Biden’s January 6 election victory. 2021, joint session of Congress.
Last week, a judge dismissed Eastman’s claim of executive privilege over the emails, saying they offered evidence of a possible crime.
Eastman also claimed in an email in that batch that he had heard Supreme Court justices were in a “tough fight” over whether to hear arguments about the former president’s efforts to overturn his defeat, according to the New York Times.
It is unclear how Eastman acquired this idea from the court’s internal deliberations or if it was true.