Ginni Thomas admits that she’s perhaps most well-known (who wouldn’t be?!) as the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, the brilliant conservative who’s the only black American on the highest court in the land.
However, Ginni Thomas has her own deeply rooted conservative chops, and the Daily Caller contributor conducts some of the best interviews in new media. Thomas explains in the video below that her conservative credentials date back to her mother being a Reagan delegate in 1968, when she “caught the bug” as a teenager and has never looked back.
Ever since then, Thomas has been a powerful voice for conservative activism and decided it’s time for her to endorse a presidential candidate. Her pick is Texas Senator Ted Cruz, a constitutional conservative.
Ginni Thomas, who has served as a top congressional advisor, a senior political appointee at the U.S. Department of Labor, and a senior executive with powerful conservative think tank, The Heritage Foundation, said that “I am looking for the kind of person who will be the leader of the free world,” and “Someone who has the scars to show he has tangled with the top Republican leaders and Democrats leaders” in Washington, D.C.
“Rhetoric and promise on the campaign trail are not enough,” Thomas said about her endorsement of Ted Cruz.
“You have to say Ted Cruz is a leader. And he is distinguishing himself as somebody who can make things happen and excite the country to bring us back on course,” Thomas added. “That’s why I have finally decided it is time to endorse a candidate. And I am proudly endorsing Ted Cruz for president in 2016.”
Ginni Thomas says that she relishes “the opportunity to change this town [Washington D.C.]” and that the people she really loves are “the people outside the beltway, this beltway, in Washington and the people who see we can have a strong America again.”
Thomas said that because of Cruz’s vast experience, we would not need to provide “on the job training” and referred to Ted Cruz as “principled,” “truthful” and “conservative even when under attack.”