- Rep. Bennie Thompson said Thursday that the committee would seek testimony from Thomas.
- Thomas, wife of a Supreme Court justice, has raised ethical questions for her husband for decades.
- Thomas’ links to Jan. 6 have renewed questions about her activism.
Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, may soon offer testimony to the committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
Rep. Bennie Thompson, who chairs the panel, said last week that the committee would seek testimony from Thomas to explore her connection to the day’s events. In response, Thomas told the Daily Caller she “can’t wait to clear up misconceptions” and looks forward to talking to the committee.