Virginia "Ginni" Thomas has expressed regret for texts she sent spreading 2020 presidential election conspiracies in one of the witness transcripts released in the final days of the congressional inquiry into the U.S. Capitol riot.

CNN released the entire interview transcripts from the Jan. 6 congressional committee and showed Thomas had apologized to the investigatory panel for sending those texts.

Virginia Thomas, the wife of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, said in released interview transcripts that she texted White House chief of staff Mark Meadows urging the Trump administration to continue challenging election results.

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Conservative activist Virginia "Ginni" Thomas, walks during a break in a voluntary interview with the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection, at Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. House Office Building, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in Washington. The committee has for months sought an interview with Thomas in an effort to know more about her role in trying to help former President Donald Trump overturn his election defeat. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Photo

"It was an emotional time," she said. "I was probably just emoting, as clearly was with Mark Meadows somewhat."

In the testimony, she told the committee in her interview, "I worried that there was fraud and irregularities that distorted the election, but it wasn't uncovered in a timely manner, so we have President Biden."

Thomas told the committee. "I'm sorry these texts exist."

Thomas also told investigators she reached out to Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner as she tried to encourage the defeated president's team to investigate potential voter fraud after the 2020 election.

"I was trying to buck him up and encourage him to stand firm until all the evidence is in," Thomas told investigators she wrote to Kushner in an email.

Last week, the committee concluded that the blame for the Capitol riot could be placed solely on former president Trump in their final 845-page report. However, the committee cannot subpoena the former president because the panel is set to dissolve on Jan. 3.