QAnon Ginni Pushed 29 AZ Reps To Back Fake Electors

The Washington Post reports

Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, pressed 29 Republican state lawmakers in Arizona — 27 more than previously known — to set aside Joe Biden’s popular vote victory and “choose” presidential electors, according to emails obtained by The Washington Post.

Thomas sent the messages using FreeRoots, an online platform intended to make it easy to send pre-written emails to multiple elected officials. New documents show that Thomas used the platform to reach many lawmakers simultaneously.

On Nov. 9, she sent identical emails to 20 members of the Arizona House and seven Arizona state senators. That represents more than half of the Republican members of the state legislature at the time.

Read the full article.


Max-1 🔫+cult(R)=☠️ • 5 hours ago

It appears that members from all three branches of our federal government sought to chop the tree of liberty down.

Tomcat • 5 hours ago

They should take her SCOTUS judgeship away from her. And don’t tell me she does not wear the pants in that family.

Elagabalus • 5 hours ago • edited

Thought experiment: imagine if Kevin Noonan, Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s ex-spouse, had done exactly what Ginni Thomas did, to the benefit of a Democrat running for president. Every last Republican head would’ve simultaneously exploded and the pressure on Sotomayor to retire would have been so extreme that she would’ve been left with no choice but to recuse herself permanently from the bench.

Our side needs to learn how to rant, rave, and scream as much as Republicans. The squeaky wheel always gets the oil and we’re not nearly squeaky enough.

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