For someone who purportedly had absolutely nothing to do with last year’s insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, Ginni Thomas, wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, sure seems to find herself at the center of a lot of news reports about the attack.The far-right conservative activist and noted homophobe made headlines last year when she took to Facebook on the morning of January 6, 2021 to voice her support for “MAGA people” rallying in D.C then later edited the post to say she wasn’t referring to the domestic terrorists who stormed the building, trashed the halls, and shit all over the floors.A month later, she made headlines again when a pathetic, possibly drunk email she sent to all of her husband’s clerks leaked to the press.

In it, she apologized for whatever role she played in the deadly riots and begging them for forgiveness.Related: Clarence Thomas’ wife apologizes for praising insurrectionists in leaked, possibly drunk emailNow, she’s making headlines yet again, this time for signing onto a letter saying 11 Oath Keepers who were arrested for seditious conspiracy “have done nothing wrong.”The letter, which was also signed by Tony Perkins, head of the anti-LGBTQ hate group Family Research Council, plus several other antigay extremists, rails against Rep.