Who is Amy Thorn Johnson?, Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Video, Shooting, Facebook, Net Worth

Amy Thorn Johnson
Amy Thorn Johnson

Amy Thorn Johnson Wiki, Biography

Amy Thorn Johnson, also known as Amy Ford, is a nurse who was recognized by President Donald Trump at the White House and spoke at the Republican National Convention in August who has been named as a suspect in a West Virginia shooting. WSAZ reported that the 39-year-old Ford is charged by the Williamson Police with malicious wounding in the shooting of Jonda Whitt in Williamson, West Virginia.

The outlet first reported that the shooting took place on October 8 about 5 p.m. on Vinson Street.

The suspect is listed by the police as Amy Thorn, but she is also known as Amy Johnson or by her maiden name Amy Ford and she is the same woman who was recognized at the Republican National Convention in August. Dotson confirmed her identity, telling WCHS, “Amy is well-known around the area for her participation and going over to the RNC committee and a nurse that was helping out with the coronavirus and was on the front line.”


Amy Thorn Johnson is 39 years old.


Ford has been an enlisted nurse for a very long time, as indicated by her RNC discourse. In her comments, she said her mother was additionally a nurse and her dad was a coal digger. A local of Matewan, West Virginia, she went to Matewan High School, where she graduated in 1999. She obtained a partner degree in nursing at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College, as indicated by her Facebook profile.

She at that point obtained her nursing degree as West Virginia University in 2006.

Ford, whose name was incorrectly spelled in certain reports as Amy Thorne, is the mother of three youngsters, as indicated by WCHS.


Ford posted a video on Facebook in April sharing her encounters in New York City and encouraging individuals to socially separate. The enthusiastic video was broadly seen and shared, with a large number of responses and remarks.

Because of her work and the viral video, Ford was welcome to an event at the White House in May, where she told Trump and the remainder of the group, “This experience has been one of the most genuinely testing things that I’ve ever experienced, yet it has made me a superior individual at long last,” as per the White House’s Facebook video of the event.

She likewise addressed Trump after her speech and he inquired as to whether she’d got the infection. She said she hadn’t, and clarified that the clinic had been furnishing her and individual medical attendants with PPE and they hadn’t encountered a lack. The full record of the speech and Trump’s presentation of Ford is accessible on the White House site.


The shooting victim, Whitt, has gone through surgery and Williamson police told WSAZ that she is relied upon to make a full recuperation. Whitt was brought to Tug Valley ARH Regional Medical Center and was later transported to Pikeville Medical Center for surgery, according to the Mingo Messenger.

Williamson Police Chief Grady Dotson told WCHS, “Through the examination we came to discover that two females got into a verbal contention, transforming into one of the females getting a weapon. She shot the victim one time in the mid region.” Johnson told police in an explanation that she shot Whitt in self-preservation.

Police moreover offered an explanation to the outlet that the gun used by Ford was legally enrolled and she had an award to pass on it. As indicated by the outlet, Ford was gathered and conveyed on a $5,000 bond.

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