Straight from her bubble of wealth and social privilege.
No doubt after his rabidly disingenuous attacks on Rod Rosenstein, Jim Jordan's ongoing problem with his inaction on sexual abuse at Ohio State is getting much more attention, but there are no indications that the criticisms of Jordan are false. That the assaults of somewhere between hundreds and over a thousand student athletes by a team doctor occurred is not in dispute. Several male students have so far come forward to say that they reported the attacks to Jordan when he was their wrestling coach, and he did nothing. Initially, Jordan denied knowledge of the assaults, but admitted last week on Fox News that he knew but his knowledge didn't count because the revelations came in locker room conversations.
As for Ginni Thomas's 'elites' charge, virtually everyone in Washington is an economic and/or social elite. If they weren't when they arrived, they join the elite within a few years years. More generally, Republican charges regarding the elite are just the disingenuous Republican version of appealing to class resentment, as if Republicans are somehow uninfluenced by the interests of the socially prominent and wealthy.