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Ginni Thomas' Donations Raise Questions About Conflict Of Interest

Anonymous donations of almost $600,000 were made to the group Crowdsourcers for Culture and Liberty, led by Ginni Thomas, a conservative activist and the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Reportedly the right-wing think tank Capital Research Center has channeled the donations to Crowdsourcers between 2019 and the beginning of last year. Social media users highlighted a potential conflict of interest and some called for an investigation.
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