Revelations Of A SCOTUS Wife

It must be tough to have a wife who is a constant embarrassment – maybe even tough enough to send a man to the hospital.  Most men would not have stayed with such a woman for 35 years, but then … Justice Clarence Thomas is not most men.  He is a Black man sitting on the U.S. Supreme Court … one whose nomination in 1991 by then-President George H.W. Bush was fraught with conflict, in part because of his views on such things as affirmative action and women’s rights, and in part because of statements by lawyer Anita Hill claiming sexual harassment by Thomas.  Despite all this, Thomas was confirmed to the highest court in the nation.

Justice Thomas has often issued opinions I disagree with … he is one of the conservative justices on the Court, so that’s to be expected.  But it is only in the last 14 months that I’ve come to believe that Justice Thomas does not belong on the U.S. Supreme Court and that if he has anything resembling a conscience, he will step down … immediately!  Not necessarily because of any decision he has handed down, but because his wife’s antics have completely cost him his reputation, have made even the most astute legal minds question his integrity.

On Thursday, two well-respected journalists, Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, reported on Clarence Thomas’ wife, Virginia Thomas, and a set of emails that passed between her and former Chief of Staff under Trump, Mark Meadows between November 2020 and January 2021.  Some of the content of these emails is eye-popping.  The piece by Woodward and Costa is far too lengthy for me to post here, but I urge you to read it when you have a few minutes.

A few excerpts …

  • On Nov. 10, after news organizations had projected Joe Biden the winner based on state vote totals, Thomas wrote to Meadows: “Help This Great President stand firm, Mark!!!…You are the leader, with him, who is standing for America’s constitutional governance at the precipice. The majority knows Biden and the Left is attempting the greatest Heist of our History.”

  • In the Nov. 5 message to Meadows, Thomas went on to quote a passage that had circulated on right-wing websites: “Biden crime family & ballot fraud co-conspirators (elected officials, bureaucrats, social media censorship mongers, fake stream media reporters, etc) are being arrested & detained for ballot fraud right now & over coming days, & will be living in barges off GITMO to face military tribunals for sedition.”

  • On Nov. 13, she texted Meadows about her outreach to “Jared,” potentially a reference to Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior White House adviser. She wrote, “Just forwarded to yr gmail an email I sent Jared this am. Sidney Powell & improved coordination now will help the cavalry come and Fraud exposed and America saved.”

  • On Nov. 19, which would be a crucial day for Powell as she spoke at a news conference at the Republican National Committee, Thomas continued to bolster Powell’s standing in a text to Meadows. “Mark (don’t want to wake you)… ” Thomas wrote. “Sounds like Sidney and her team are getting inundated with evidence of fraud. Make a plan. Release the Kraken and save us from the left taking America down.”

Remember, my friends, that these are the words of the wife of a Supreme Court Justice.  Her words, her texts, were … what?  Treasonous?  Seditious?  Granted, they were not the words of Justice Thomas, nor is there any evidence that Justice Thomas supported her words and actions during that time.  But ask yourself this:  Do you think he was completely in the dark, unaware of the cages his wife was rattling, the shitstorm she was stirring?  Do you imagine they never discussed it, that she never gave him her opinions about which she felt so strongly?

I am highly offended that this woman, along with so many others — lawyers, activists, white supremacists and the like, attempted and nearly succeeded in overturning my vote, and more than 81 million others, in order to install a cruel, evil wanna-be dictator.  Had they succeeded, we might be living in a nation even worse than Russia today.  Thankfully they did not succeed, but no thanks are due to Virginia Thomas!

I think this will be a deep, dark stain on Justice Thomas for whatever time he remains on the bench.  Justices are expected to set aside their own political views and rule in the interest of the country with the Constitution as their guideline.  Justice Thomas has a built-in conflict of interest.  If he has a conscience, he must use it to tender his resignation.  If he does not do so, then we know we have one very corrupted Justice on the Supreme Court.

58 thoughts on “Revelations Of A SCOTUS Wife

  1. ‘Biden and The Left’…….’The Left?????’…….. Sorry it was difficult to read in detail beyond that on account of the tears of derisive laughter.
    What does that lady know about ‘The Left’?????
    ‘Madam….They are liberals. That is not Left. You want to know about Left, I’ll give your Right-Wing mind nightmares about The Left,’

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    • I knew I heard you laughing! Well, better laughter than fury or worse yet, tears. It seems that in this nation today, if one cares about people, if one puts feeding hungry children ahead of buying more military hardware, if one cares about such things as racist attacks, women’s rights, education and healthcare, one is automatically labeled “a leftist”. Those doing the labeling ought to perhaps read some books before they open their mouths, but … as one such woman told me, “I haven’t read a book since high school”. 🙄 That mentality ‘splains it all, doesn’t it?

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  2. In an essay he titled “The Seeds of Political Violence are Being Sown in the Church,” David French–not your typical white evangelical Christian–wrote the following:
    “The sin of commission is constant threat-inflation. By focusing relentlessly on ‘wokeism’ or the worst of the left, Christian media exacerbates the sense that Evangelicals are under siege and hanging on to their place in American society by their fingertips. As a leader in a well-known Christian activist group told me this week, threat-inflation leads to ‘cornered-animal syndrome,’ rendering Christians vulnerable to the siren call of the extremists. Join us. We’re the last hope for the nation and the church.”
    Virginia Thomas is a prime example of an evangelical who was lured into extremism by the siren call of the extremists. Then, because of the platform afforded her through her husband’s lofty position, she became one of the leaders of the extremists, in turn luring others into its evil clutches. I know this to be true because many of my friends and family members have been drawn in by that same siren call. Evangelical churches–not all of them, but far too many–truly have become breeding grounds for evil. My people, white evangelicals, have been seduced and corrupted.
    As I wrote a few years ago, “Rather than enduring deep self-reflection, it’s much easier to bark along in response to demagogues’ dog whistles hyping a narrative of liberal boogeymen out to get them. And that barking too often escalates to biting. We in the minority can bite only so long before those in the majority bite back.
    “If and when persecution of evangelicals does begin in America, evangelicals will have ourselves to blame.”

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    • Excellent comment … thought-provoking. I, and many like me, have often wondered “What is the answer? How do we get the people who fear losing their ‘white majority’ to understand that it’s okay … we’re all part of the human race, not enemies?” But I haven’t found an answer to that question yet. I wonder if it’s even possible, or if we have passed the point of no return and what will essentially amount to a civil war … White vs all others … is inevitable? Thanks for your insight, Jerry … it’s always appreciated!

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  3. I can hear trump now…”very fine people” and I may appoint her to a position in my orbit…maybe that’s what she’s after…

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  4. I think, going forward, that there are going to be problems for Justice Thomas because his wife is casting a bad shadow on him. There will be a lack of trust when it comes to issues of the executive branch and the insurrection issues that come before SCOTUS. Competency will become an issue along with Thomas having to recuse himself from most of the checks and balances that come to their desk.

    And…how weird was the infection news before this came out…? Coincidence or did the absence of the Justice and his wife give someone the room to move (snoop) to gather all of this evidence? I say kudos to whoever took that risk to expose Mrs. Thomas. I would actually love to shake their hand.

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    • I agree. I think Justice Thomas’ integrity is being questioned by most these days and if he cares, he will do the right thing and step down. His wife benefited financially and otherwise through his position and he allowed it to happen. She fought against everything that a Supreme Court Justice is expected to fight FOR. Thing is, though, with the current Supreme Court already being severely compromised by Justices Kavanaugh and Barrett, I’m not sure we can count on the integrity of the Court at this time. A sad statement to have to make.

      There was definitely something suspicious about his ‘infection’ and hospitalization, for no details were forthcoming at any juncture. Possible he had a nervous breakdown???

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      • I’m thinking he got word that the texts were turned in/intercepted, and they had to stall with the infection nonsense.

        I agree that the integrity of the Court is under scrutiny, but it should have been at the first appointment by #45 in Gorsuch…It is scary to me that Trump has 3 justices still sitting in the high court.

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        • Hmmmm … you could very well be right about that! It makes sense. Probably needed time to find his wife a good lawyer! I hear she’s being asked to testify now before the Jan. 6 committee … I hope they subpoena her.

          I don’t think Gorsuch is too bad … I think he generally has more of a conscience than Kavanaugh and Barrett, neither one of whom should have been confirmed. The utter hypocrisy of shoving Barrett’s confirmation through after refusing to even give Merrick Garland’s nomination in 2016 a thought … well, that’s today’s GOP for you! Hypocrites every one.

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          • He’s not horrible, Gorsuch, but I worry that he would feel some obligation to Trump due to the appointment. I feel like they shed blood in a back room somewhere just for the appointment, like a cult LOL. I laugh, but I am probably also serious 😀

            The world is watching, so she better tell the truth when she testifies for sure. I cannot see her husband not knowing what she was up to or know her views on such things.

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            • He’s the only one of the three of Trump’s appointments that I mostly trust to do the right thing rather than act out of any misguided loyalty to Trump. Ha ha … we have to laugh, my friend, for if we don’t, we will surely cry.

              We shall see. Interesting times we’re living in, for sure. I never would have even imagined that the wife of a Supreme Court Justice could act in such flagrant violation of the Constitution … and get by with it! There are many, myself included, calling for him to resign. I’m not sure whether I would ultimately support impeachment at this time, but … maybe.

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  5. I believe it is crystal clear that Mrs. Virginia Thomas is using her husband’s status & position for self-promotion—in her own mind. That in itself is obscenely wrong. The fact that SHE doesn’t realize how agonizingly wrong she is speaks volumes to HER character as well as her husbands.

    Why didn’t SHE become a Supreme Court Justice if she wanted a valid political voice, granted a grossly flawed voice?

    That’s a rhetorical question btw.

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    • Exactly, my friend! She could not have influenced the likes of Mark Meadows if her husband had been a bricklayer instead of a Supreme Court Justice!

      Heh heh … yeah, I knew it was a rhetorical question, but nonetheless it made me grimace!

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  6. Clarence Thomas set aside his own views to become a Supreme Court Justice. He was just never questioned if he took on his wife’s extreme views in their place, so he never had to admit it. Now the word is out, has anyone yet asked whose views he is working under? Is there any fule against taking on one’s eife viewpoints? Who ever thought they would need such a rule? No one!

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    • It’s a fine line in the sand, I think. I try to put myself in his wife’s position (not that I could ever support her views, but just the right to have her own views). I think that when your spouse is in a position of power and responsibility, in the public eye, you are somewhat confined by your concern and love for your husband, not to do anything that would damage his standing. It shouldn’t have to be a rule, but rather something done out of conscience. In the case of Ms. Thomas, she abused his position, used contacts that she would not have otherwise have had access to, in order to fulfill her own personal goals. It would be as if … as if Michelle Obama had opened up a house of prostitution in the Capitol!!! And wait … remember how during the 2016 campaign, Hillary Clinton was criticized because her husband had sex with a staffer during his presidency? She wasn’t responsible for that, and yet she was blamed. Clarence Thomas might not be responsible for his wife’s actions, but … it certainly puts him in an awkward position, to say the least.

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    • Overall, I would actually consider Gorsuch to be pretty fair, but Kavanaugh and Barrett — you’re right — they have NO PLACE on the Court! Were it in my power, I’d impeach the three of them tomorrow!
      Cwtch

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  8. Google Clarence Thomas/Anita Hill scandal. Thomas has forever been morally unfit for the supreme court and nothing more than a bought and paid for partisan hack. Ginni is a parasite looking for a share of the limelight and she found it with mediocre Clarence.
    Below is a link to an interesting article with a quote by Thurgood Marshall…the Supreme Court justice Clarence replaced.
    View at Medium.com

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    • I don’t even need to Google it, for I remember it well! I was quite surprised when he was actually confirmed! As for his wife … I’m not sure if she’s a lunatic or if she sees some profit somewhere along the line in all this, but anybody who attempts to overthrow the government belongs in prison FOR LIFE!

      Interesting article … thanks for the link! I think I will try to watch the movie “Django Unchained”.

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  9. There’s no way in hell that Clarence Thomas didn’t know about his wife’s antics in regards to the election or the Jan 6th insurrection. I don’t know every single detail of every single thing my wife does, however I would know if my wife was financing insurrectionists or plotting to overthrow the government. If they have so much money that he couldn’t see the money going to Turning Point USA and such, then there’s a whole different level of issues here as well.

    The longer this goes on, the worse January 6th looks. We had a real coup attempt happen here, and we may have survived it only due to the ineptitude of the plotters. If there’s no serious punishment dished out, I hate to see what happens when the 2nd attempt happens with folks who have learned from the 1st one.

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    • I fully agree with you. And when I see pictures of them together, even recent ones, he is looking at her with so much love in his eyes that apparently he is just fine with her ‘activities’!

      Indeed, every tidbit of information brings clarity to the purpose of January 6th … it was truly an attempt, supported by far more in the Republican Party than we originally thought, to destroy the Constitution, to destroy any remaining democratic principles in this nation. We dodged the bullet, but as you say, the insurrectionists have learned from their mistakes and you can bet they’re already planning for the next time. Not to mention that the majority of states are passing laws that severely limit voting rights. I dread November 2024 …

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      • He is just fine with her activities and feels the same way. He just never thought it’d all come out in the open. He needs to resign, but of course he won’t. Trump and Meadows and so many others need to pay the price too, but they won’t. If we lived among normal rational humans, no one would still be a republican or support the likes of trump, but we don’t.

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        • I believe so, too. No way he doesn’t know what she is doing, who she is in touch with only through his position. His integrity is shot, at least as far as I’m concerned, and I believe if he doesn’t step down, the reputation of the Supreme Court will drop even lower than it did with the additions of Kavanaugh and Barrett.

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      • You don’t have to question expenditures to know where the money goes. I’ve been married for almost 22 years, and we don’t spend money without the other knowing unless it’s a surprise gift for each other. Then again, we’re not so wealthy that we don’t have to account for every dime we spend. I have no reservations about my wife’s spending habits.

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        • That wasn’t supposed to be taken literally, it was more a social comment to all the guys out there who do keep track of every dime their wives spend.. But really it was a reference to Ginni and Clarence. I am betting, considering his age, Clarence tracks what Ginni spends her monry on, and therefore most likely knew dhe was supporting the insurrection. He should have recused himself from anything his wife was involved in. But it seems, because recusing would have drawn attention to her actions, he remained silent to protect her. A very very questionable decision. That was really what I was trying to draw attention to. But I do not fault you for taking it personally, I do that same thing myself. I miss the verbal cues that body language would have emphasized. I do apologize for not making my intention clearer.

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      • WHOA … where did you get that one, rg? No, what is spent should be agreed on by both people — marriage is, after all, a partnership. I’m not talking about the purchase of the week’s groceries, or even a new pair of shoes, but when one member is spending beaucoup dollars supporting a cause that goes against what the other is supposed to be upholding, then I see a problem. And it works both ways … a husband should discuss major expenditures with his wife, so that rules out misogyny.

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        • Did you read my reply to Brosephus? I obviously couched my intent too well. I ws saying Clarence could not help but know what Ginni was doing, and he aided and abeted her by not recusing himself from whatever related case came to the SCOTUS Docket. Recusing himself would have publicly exposed his wife. He chose to try to hide it.

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