The publicity of Ginni Thomas is among the final nice acts of patriotism by the 1/6 Committee
The 1/6 Committee showed the spirit of Ginni Thomas by posting text messages that can be described as conspiratorial at best.
Thomas texted Mark Meadows:
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— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 2, 2023
Let’s take a deep breath and slowly read the text by Ginni Thomas. The wife of a sitting Supreme Court Justice claimed Biden, his family, journalists and others had been arrested and were being held on military ships outside of GITMO so they could be tried by a military court on sedition charges.
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The problem is that being deranged and believing conspiracy theories is not a crime.
Nothing Thomas wrote was true or based on reality. The only potential incitement committed was carried around by the likes of Ginni Thomas working to overthrow an election that Donald Trump lost.
Anyone who takes Ginni Thomas seriously in the media or propagates her as a ruler exposes himself and his prejudices. Ginni Thomas sounds like a dangerous weirdo. She is also a symbol of intellectual rot within the Republican Party.
GITMO ships and conspiracy theories have replaced intelligent and principled conservatism.
Intellectual root rot has engulfed the Republican Party. Donald Trump is the most toxic manifestation, but he is not the originator.
One of the most important acts the 1/6 Committee did for the nation was to go beyond investigating the attack on the Capitol to expose the dangerous anti-democratic, conspiratorial mentality of Ginni Thomas and other trailblazers involved in the attempted destruction of the Democracy for Trump were involved.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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