• The January 6 committee will 'soon' subpoena Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' wife Ginni Thomas

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    Conservative activist Ginni Thomas and January 6 committee chair Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi. AP Photos/Susan Walsh and J. Scott Applewhite
    January 6 committee chair Bennie Thompson told reporters on Thursday that he will subpoena Ginni Thomas.
    Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, was involved in efforts to overturn the election.
    Committee vice chair Liz Cheney has reportedly opposed calling for Thomas to testify.
    January 6 committee chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson told reporters on Thursday that the panel will "soon" subpoena conservative activist Ginni Thomas...
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  • New Mexico's Supreme Court steps in after GOP-led commission refuses to recognize primary results over bogus voting machine concerns

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    Otero County, N.M., Commissioner Couy Griffin stands outside the federal court after receiving a verdict in his trial on March 22, 2022 in Washington. AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe, File
    New Mexico's top court has ordered a GOP-led commission to certify primary election results.
    The three-person commission in Otero County refused to acknowledge the June 7 results.
    The commission baselessly claimed it had issues with Dominion voting machines.
    New Mexico's Supreme Court has ordered a GOP-led commission to recognize the primary results in the southern Otero County after it refused to do so over...
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  • Trump campaign attorney said if Supreme Court justices feared 'wild chaos on Jan. 6,' the chances of them hearing a last-minute election case would be higher

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    Security works by fencing outside the Supreme Court, Wednesday, June 15, 2022, in Washington AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin
    A Trump campaign lawyer said SCOTUS might take up an election case because of possible unrest on January 6.
    The lawyer, Kenneth Chesebro, emailed John Eastman about the possibility, per The New York Times.
    Chesebro wrote that the odds would be "favorable if the justices start to fear that there will be 'wild' chaos."
    A Trump campaign lawyer wrote in emails in late 2020 that the possibility of "wild chaos" on January 6, 2021, could pressure the Supreme Court to take up a...
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