On the morning of Jan. 6, Ginni Thomas—wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas—endorsed the protest demanding that Congress overturn the election, then sent her “LOVE” to the demonstrators, who violently overtook the Capitol several hours later. She has not posted since.
Ginni Thomas is often treated like a joke because she continually spouts deranged conspiracy theories. But there's nothing funny about a sitting justice's spouse endorsing a protest meant to overturn an election—hours before it became an insurrection.
The North Carolina Supreme Court received a facelift after the portrait of former justice thomas ruffin'>Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin was taken down due to his ties to slavery.
North Carolina Supreme Court removing portrait of slave owner ex-justice: 📍: Judge Cheri Beasley poses for a picture in a courtroom in Fayetteville, N.C. The portrait of former justice thomas ruffin'>Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin, background, will be removed. #NorthCarolina
The portrait of former NC justice thomas ruffin'>Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin, who owned slaves and authored opinions defending the institution of slavery will be removed from the state’s high court.
In his dissent in the SCOTUS DACA case Justice Thomas says The decision is “An effort to avoid a politically controversial but legally correct decision.”
Happy Birthday to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, a friend and great man!