Georgia State Senator Colton Moore (R) is calling an emergency session to investigate Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis.

Earlier this week, a grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia, indicted former President Donald Trump on 13 counts after investigating alleged efforts to “overturn” the 2020 presidential election.

“As Senator of the State of Georgia, I am officially calling an emergency session to review the actions of Fannie Willis,” Moore (R) wrote on Twitter/x.

“America is under attack. “I am not going to sit idly by and watch as radical left-wing prosecutors politically target political opponents,” he said.

tweet contains a copy of a letter Georgia Governor Brian Kemp was demanded to call a special session to address “the actions of Fannie Willis”.

moore too posted a petition declaring, “We must strip all funding and, if appropriate, impeach Fani Willis.”

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Proceed to impeach Fani Willis

While we applaud Moore’s move to investigate Fulton County DA Willis’ office, strip funding from his office, and possibly impeach him, like most Republican moves, it’s unlikely to go anywhere.

It should be noted that while the letter to Kemp refers to “we, the undersigned” and points to 3/5s of the state legislature, it ends with only one signature.

Additionally, Republicans are just short of the 3/5 majority threshold in the Georgia State House (they have 57%), and so on in the State Senate (59%, unless Democrats are willing to join their call emergency session Kemp has to be called.

However, Kemp has taken the side of Willis’ efforts to defect to the leading Republican contender for the presidential nomination.

“The 2020 election in Georgia was not stolen. For almost three years now, no one with evidence of fraud has failed to come forward under oath and prove anything in a court of law,” Kemp posted on X. “

Connected: Newt Gingrich perfectly summed up the ‘absurdity’ of Trump’s allegations, saying it would get him nominated ‘by a landslide’.

Newt Gingrich agrees

Earlier this week, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich expressed support for Willis being removed from office or possibly impeached.

Gingrich called Georgia’s indictment “absurdity” and said that if the state had any self-respect, he would “vote Willis out of office”.

Critics of the Fannie Willis impeachment argue that their motives are political in nature, both for President Biden and his personal gain.

Willys launches its own 2023 Re-Election Campaign Website and sent fundraising emails to supporters just days before Trump’s indictment was announced.

Willis has also requested that a judge set a trial date for March 4, 2023. Super Tuesday, when more than a dozen states, including California and Texas, hold their primaries is March 5.

Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney has said that the grand jury investigation was mostly controlled by Willis and his team and was a “one-sided investigation”.

Trump said he would present “irrefutable” evidence that his “full acquittalFollowing the Georgia grand jury indictment.

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