Ginni Thomas (born February 23, 1957) is an American attorney, [[conservative]] activist, and lobbyist. She is best known as the wife of [[Clarence Thomas]], an Associate Justice of [[The Supreme Court]] of the United States. Born Virginia Lamp in Omaha, Nebraska, she graduated from Creighton University with a degree in business administration and later earned a Juris Doctor from Creighton University School of Law. In her early career, Thomas worked as a legislative aide in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and for [Republican](https://doctorparadox.net/the-gop-is-3-cults-in-a-trenchcoat/) [[Congress]]man Hal Daub. She then served as a labor counsel for the U.S. [[House of Representatives]] Education and Labor Committee under the Republican leadership. In 1991, she played a supporting role during the confirmation hearings of her husband, Clarence Thomas, who was nominated to the Supreme Court by President George H.W. Bush. ## Ginni Thomas, conservative lobbyist Ginni Thomas has been an influential figure in conservative circles for many years. She worked at The [[Heritage Foundation]], a prominent conservative think tank, from 2000 to 2009, where she held various positions, including Senior Fellow for Government Studies. In 2009, she founded Liberty Central, a nonprofit organization aimed at advocating for limited government and individual liberty. The organization later merged with the Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty. In 2011, Thomas established Liberty Consulting, a lobbying and consulting firm, which focuses on issues related to conservative policy and political strategy. She has also been involved with other conservative organizations, including the [[Council for National Policy (CNP)]] and Groundswell, a group that brings together conservative leaders to coordinate messaging and activism. She [gave a speech in 2019](https://doctorparadox.net/people-data/what-is-the-cnp/) at the annual CNP conference, with material drawn from [[Christian Nationalism]] and 7 Mountains Dominionism, about how to establish right-wing hegemony in the United states. Throughout her career, Ginni Thomas has been a vocal advocate for conservative causes and has been known to use her influence in the political sphere. She has been a controversial figure at times, with her political activism occasionally raising questions about potential conflicts of interest, given her husband's role on the Supreme Court. Deserving of particular scrutiny is her role in the January 6 attack on the Capitol, including involvement in logistics and the [exchange of texts with Chief of Staff Mark Meadows](https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ginni-thomas-clarence-wife-mark-meadows-texts-2020-election-overturn/) about additional efforts to overturn the results of the [2020 election](https://doctorparadox.net/category/politics/2020-election/). See also: [[nationalism]]