January 6 committee has emails between Ginni Thomas and John Eastman

(CNN) The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, US Capitol attack is in possession of email correspondence between conservative attorney John Eastman and Virginia "Ginni" Thomas, a conservative activist who's the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, a source familiar with the committee's investigation told CNN.
Thomas did not respond to a CNN request for comment.
Attorneys for Eastman declined to comment, as did a spokesperson for the House select committee.
"The committee won't be shy about seeking additional information from people that have information relevant to the investigation," Aguilar told Cooper in response to a question about adding Thomas to the committee's hearings.
He argued that Pence had the legal authority to stand in the way of the certification of the election results.
Eastman also once served as a clerk to Clarence Thomas.
As previously reported by CNN , Ginni Thomas was in regular contact with then-Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows between Election Day and January 6, encouraging him to keep up the effort to overturn the election results.
Thomas has repeatedly said that her political activism has nothing to do with her husband's work on the Supreme Court.
"An election free from strong evidence of systemic fraud is not alone sufficient for election confidence."
This past January, Thomas dissented alone as the court allowed the National Archives to release thousands of documents from the Trump White House to the January 6 committee, over the former President's attempt to assert executive privilege.
Thomas has refused to recuse himself in 2020 election-related cases.
Sources said the House select committee has contemplated making Ginni Thomas' role in the attempt to overturn the election part of its investigation, but it has yet to call her in to testify or to issue her a subpoena.