Ginni Thomas' Facebook Page Disappears After Media Reports on Her Support for Pro-Trump Rally that Turned into Attack on U.S. Capitol - 2021-01-08

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F0.png Ginni Thomas' Facebook Page Disappears After Media Reports on Her Support for Pro-Trump Rally that Turned into Attack on U.S. Capitol January 8, 2021, Colin Kalmbacher, Law and Crime

Virginia "Ginni" Thomas, attorney and wife of right-wing U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, is being heavily criticized for her role in promoting President Donald Trump's "Stop the Steal" rally in Washington, D.C.—a rally that resulted in the president's supporters storming the U.S. Capitol Complex on Wednesday, leaving at least five dead.

Several supportive messages authored by the former Thomas, previously public, are now unavailable–along with her public-facing Facebook profile.

This development occurred during the process of writing the present article. It is unclear whether those specific messages were deleted, whether her overall profile was deleted, whether she simply changed the privacy settings for her social media account or whether Facebook itself took down Thomas's page.

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{{cite news | first = Colin | last = Kalmbacher | title = Ginni Thomas' Facebook Page Disappears After Media Reports on Her Support for Pro-Trump Rally that Turned into Attack on U.S. Capitol | url = https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/ginni-thomas-facebook-page-disappears-after-media-reports-on-her-support-for-pro-trump-rally-that-turned-into-attack-on-u-s-capitol/ | work = Law and Crime | date = January 8, 2021 | accessdate = August 6, 2021 }}