Congressman Jamie Raskin, a majority member of the January 6th inquiry panel, said that he’d like to see from Mike Pence, the former VP under Donald Trump, Newton Leroy Gingrich, the former US House Speaker, Virginia Thomas, a US attorney and a conservative activist from Nebraska, appear willingly in front of the committee.
Raskin, who proudly represents Maryland’s 8th District, said Sunday that Virginia Thomas, the wife of Clarence Thomas, an associate US Supreme Court justice, has related evidence to produce and support the House inquiry about the deadly Capitol insurrection.
According to media reports, the conservative activist sent e-mails to Wisconsin lawmakers in November 2020 and purportedly pushed them to overturn ex-US President Donald J. Trump’s defeat in that midwestern state. According to the Washington Post reports, Ginni emailed her request to state Representative Gary Tauchen and Senator Kathy Bernier, state Senate elections committee chair at the time, on 9 Nov. 2020.
Moreover, those e-mails were other than Ginni’s known e-messages to twenty-nine Arizonian legislators, persuading them to install a slate of fake electors.
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Presidential Election 2020 results show that Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. won by 10,457 votes in Arizona and 20,682 votes in Wisconsin, flipping the states Mr. Trump won in 2016.
In addition, Maryland Representative said of Ginni in a CBS interview that he’d say Ms. Ginni Thomas has relevant evidence and the House panel would welcome testimony from her and Newt Gingrich. He added that we’ve talked to over a thousand people but would like to hear from Ms. Ginni too.
And Virginia Thomas also purportedly exchanged dozens of texts with Mark Meadows, ex-White House Chief of Staff, repeatedly pushing him to move to the results of the Presidential election, according to copies of text messages gained by CBS News.
On November 6th she wrote, “Do not concede. It takes time for the army who is gathering for his back.”
— Lindsey Simmons (@LynzforCongress) April 21, 2022
In July, Vice Chair of the Capitol Attack inquiry panel, Congresswoman Liz Cheney, said they’d look at issuing a witness summon for Virginia Thomas, asserting her appearance is vital in the investigation. Mr. Raskin also stated Sunday he expected Mike Pence, the U.S. Vice President from 2017 to 2021, to voluntarily appear in front of the Jan. 6 Select Panel. However, he added that he was uttering only as a single member of the inquiry panel.