Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, testified before the panel earlier this week and stood by her actions after the last presidential contest, telling lawmakers she had “significant concerns about fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election,” according to her lawyer Mark Paoletta. Democrats claim such concerns are debunked conspiracy theories.
Trump said Thomas showed courage during her testimony. “She didn’t wilt under pressure, like so many others that are weak people and stupid people. She said what she thought she said what she believed in,” the former president told the crowd.
“Too many Republicans are weak and they’re afraid, and they better get strong fast or you’re not going to have a Republican Party and you’re not going to have a country anymore,” he added.
The 45th president said Democrats have criminalized political differences and mistreated Jan. 6 defendants.
“The Biden administration is completely corrupt, jailing political opponents just like the Soviet Union, now Russia,” he charged. “….The Biden administration has locked up dozens and dozens of political prisoners in horrific conditions — horrible horrible conditions in Washington.”
As he does at every rally, Trump lambasted President Joe Biden’s record and Democrats’ relentless expansion of government power and spending.
“Now we’re talking communists. We don’t say socialists anymore because we’ve already skipped over socialism,” he said, imploring Republicans to vote for their nominees in Michigan that including gubernatorial nominee Tudor Dixon.
“Six weeks from now, the people of Michigan are going to vote to fire your radical-left Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, and you’re going to send a very good person — a very, very good woman — Tudor Dixon to the governor’s mansion,” he told the crowd at Macomb Community College.