Ginni Thomas, Wife Of A Supreme Ct. Justice, Starts ‘Pro-Trump’ Group

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Clarence Thomas’ wife privately announced a project to “protect president Trump” through two new political entities.

Virginia 'Ginni' Thomas, the wife of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, has privately announced the formation of a pro-Trump group, according to The Intercept.

Thomas’s latest venture, called Crowdsourcers, was announced in May during a closed meeting hosted by the Council for National Policy in Virginia.

“Our house is on fire and we are stomping ants in the driveway. We’re not really focused on the arsonists who are right around us,” Ginni Thomas reportedly said during the project presentation.

The central part of the scheme is “American D-Day,” a fund-raising organization run by Republican campaign finance lawyer Cleta Mitchell. The entity will include a 501(c)(4) to solicit undisclosed donations and a separate PAC registered with the Federal Elections Commission.

A presentation obtained by The Intercept also called for efforts to“Build Robust Infrastructure,” and “Brand the Left." The plan also calls for contributions from controversial conservatives like James O’Keefe, who is in charge of an initiative entitled “Protect Our Heroes.”

Thomas met with Trump on January in the White House, where she criticized the president for failing to place more of his supporters in positions of power, according to the New York Times. announced a project to “protect president Trump” through two new political entities, according to The Intercept.

“Ginni” Thomas’s latest venture, called Crowdsourcers, was announced in May during a closed meeting hosted by the Council for National Policy in Virginia.

“Our house is on fire and we are stomping ants in the driveway. We’re not really focused on the arsonists who are right around us,” Ginni Thomas reportedly said during the project presentation.

The central part of the scheme is “American D-Day,” a fund-raising organization run by Republican campaign finance lawyer Cleta Mitchell. The entity will include a 501(c)(4) to solicit undisclosed donations and a separate PAC registered with the Federal Elections Commission.

A presentation obtained by The Intercept also called for efforts to“Build Robust Infrastructure,” and “Brand the Left." The plan also calls for contributions from controversial conservatives like James O’Keefe, who is in charge of an initiative entitled “Protect Our Heroes.”

Thomas met with Trump on January in the White House, where she criticized the president for failing to place more of his supporters in positions of power, according to the New York Times.

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