The New York Times reported that Ginni Thomas and a group of her fellow hard-right activists met with 45 last week. Ginni and her group of anti-human followers had an hour-long meeting with the president.
“It is unusual for the spouse of a sitting Supreme Court justice to have such a meeting with a president, and some close to Mr. Trump said it was inappropriate for Ms. Thomas to have asked to meet with the head of a different branch of government,” the New York Times wrote.
Clearly, it was inappropriate and Trump should have been more focused on reopening the government than meeting with the wife of a Supreme Court Justice.
Reportedly, during the meeting, it was argued that “women should not serve in the military because they had less muscle mass and lung capacity than men did, according to those familiar with the events.” In addition, someone there reportedly said “that gay marriage, which the Supreme Court determined in 2015 was the law of the land, was harming the fabric of the United States. And another attendee was dismissive that sexual assault is pervasive in the military.”
It was ironic because those words were reportedly being said to a man who never served in the military and got five deferments due to alleged “bone spurs.”
The meeting was reportedly delayed but finally happened after Clarence and Ginni Thomas recently had dinner with Donald and Melania Trump.
The objective of the meeting was reportedly for Ginni Thomas and her crew to confront Trump because his administration wasn’t hiring the conservatives she wanted to work at the White House. Ginni Thomas is part of a conservative group called Groundswell, which started in 2013.
The “group of prominent conservatives in Washington—including the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and journalists from Breitbart News and the Washington Examiner—has been meeting privately since early this year to concoct talking points, coordinate messaging, and hatch plans for “a 30 front war seeking to fundamentally transform the nation,” according to Mother Jones.
No word on the outcome of Ginni Thomas’ meeting with the president but it was clearly inappropriate. However, inappropriate is the motto for this administration. Moreover, Ginni apparently still believes her husband is innocent of sexual harassment and, don’t forget, had the nerve to call Anita Hill — 19 years after her husband was confirmed to the Supreme Court — and demand that she “apologize” for her allegations.