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Following J6 Committee Farce, Inquisition Targets Justice Thomas’ Wife

Currently, it's unclear what the Committee's intentions entail...

(Preston Parra, Headline USA) Following the supposedly incendiary and completely unsubstantiated claims that a performer delivered for the J6 Tribunal TV mini-series, two credible secret service agents surfaced debunking the testimony given under oath.

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide in the Trump administration, gave a dramatic account of what was heard and said about the events surrounding Jan. 6. All of which added up to be just that, hearsay.

After the former aide finished her testimony, she was spotted hugging disgraced Rep. Liz Cheney, RINO-Wyo., an individual known for pushing anti-Trump falsehoods.

According to Axios, the J6 witch hunt is now gearing up to call for Virginia Thomas, wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, to bear testimony before the investigatory panel. 

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The Washington Post first broke the story alleging text messages Virginia Thomas sent to former chief of staff Mark Meadows, referring to the widely contested election as “the greatest Heist of our History.”

Currently, it’s unclear what the Committee’s intentions entail, as Mrs. Thomas didn’t attempt to use her husband’s role as a Supreme Court justice to sway any decision, and she doesn’t appear to have violated any laws. 

It seems straightforward, however, that Democrat inquisitors on the panel are working together to paint a picture of former President Trump’s alleged push on then-VP Mike Pence to reject several states from certifying due to seemingly substantiated claims of vote fraud

According to an attorney representing Mark Meadows, “nothing about the text messages presents any legal issues.”

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When asked when the J6 Tribunal plans on requesting Mrs. Thomas’ testimony, committee chair Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., could only deliver a weak and ambiguous, “soon” for an answer.

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