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Unearthed Emails Expose Clarence Thomas as Trump’s Covert ‘Trojan Horse’ To Stay in Power



Clarence Thomas and Donald Trump
Supreme court justice Clarence Thomas is under a cloud of suspicion over his wife's involvement in Donald Trump's attempt to overturn the 2020 election results. (Image: Daily Boulder)

Members of Donald Trump’s legal team, identified as co-conspirators in his recent federal indictment, sought assistance from Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to halt Congress’s certification of Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election, as per emails acquired by the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot. An internal campaign memo mentioned in a recent report by The New York Times supports this information.

Kenneth Chesebro, one of Trump’s attorneys, communicated in a December 31, 2020 email with fellow legal representatives working to invalidate Biden’s win, the report states. Chesebro expressed the aim of obtaining a court declaration that the election was likely invalid, which would serve to prevent the Senate from tallying Biden’s electoral votes from Georgia. He further suggested that Justice Clarence Thomas, in his capacity as the circuit justice for Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, would be a Trojan Horse and play a pivotal role in helping Trump stay in power.

“Possibly Thomas would end up being the key here — circuit justice, right? We want to frame things so that Thomas could be the one to issue some sort of stay or other circuit justice opinion saying Georgia is in legitimate doubt,” Chesebro wrote in the email, according to Business Insider.

He added: “Realistically, our only chance to get a favorable judicial opinion by Jan. 6, which might hold up the Georgia count in Congress, is from Thomas — do you agree, Prof. Eastman?”

Chesebro also highlighted the urgency of securing a favorable judicial opinion by January 6th, emphasizing the potential impact on the Georgia count in Congress. John Eastman, a conservative lawyer and recipient of the email, expressed his agreement, noting that such an opinion could potentially influence the Georgia Legislature to take action.

Both Chesebro and Eastman were indirectly implicated as co-conspirators in the recent indictment brought forth by special counsel Jack Smith against Trump. The indictment involved charges of conspiracy and obstruction related to Trump’s attempts to overturn the election results.

Neither Chesebro nor Eastman have faced criminal charges in connection to these events yet.


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