On Saturday night, President Donald Trump highlighted the courage of Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, for her strength in refusing to back down on her belief that the presidential election of 2020 was rigged and stolen.
“As we talk about and think of the rigged and stolen election of 2020 – the presidential election, rigged and stolen – I would like to thank a great woman named Ginni Thomas,” Trump told an eager crowd of supporters.
The president’s remarks were delivered during a Save America rally in Warren, Michigan, where he rocked the house in support of the entire Trump Ticket of endorsed candidates in the Wolverine State.
Earlier this week, Ginni Thomas gave a voluntary interview to the highly-partisan Jan. 6 Committee regarding emails she had sent to a lawyer named John Eastman, in which she discussed the 2020 presidential election, per Fox 5.
“…She says that she still believes the 2020 election was stolen,” Trump continued. “She didn’t say, ‘Uh well, I’d like not to get involved, of course it was a wonderful election.’ IT WAS A RIGGED AND STOLEN ELECTION.”
He added, “She didn’t wait and sit around and say, ‘Well let me give you a different answer than I’ve been saying for the last two years’…No, no. She didn’t wilt under pressure, like so many others that are weak people and stupid people…”
Trump applauded her for saying “what she thought – she said what she believed in.”
He told the audience that in contrast to the strength of Ginni Thomas, so many Republicans in the U.S. were “weak” and “afraid,” but warned that they’d better get “strong fast or you’re not gonna have a Republican Party, and you’re not gonna have a country.”