House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan on Thursday launched an investigation on whether Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis coordinated with federal authorities during a years-long investigation of Trump and his associates.
Fannie Willis accuses President Trump and 18 others of RICO and conspiracy for daring to challenge the 2020 election.
The Fulton County Grand Jury last Monday returned a Section 41 – Counting charges That included RICO and conspiracy charges against Trump.
Fannie Willis declared the First Amendment a crime and probably coordinated with officials in Washington.
“The indictment and prosecution of Willis affects substantial federal interests, and the circumstances surrounding his actions raise serious concerns about whether such actions are politically motivated,” wrote Ms. Jim Jordan.
Willis launched his investigation against Trump in February 2021, yet he waited until after the 2024 election season to charge the former president and current leading GOP candidate.
He even set Trump’s trial date for March 4, 2024, a day before Super Tuesday and a week before the Georgia presidential primary.
“The timing of this prosecution reinforces concerns about your motivation. In February 2021, news outlets reported that You directed your office to launch an investigation into President Trump.
Indeed, on or around February 11, 2021, your office reportedly sent a letter to several Republican officials in Georgia requesting that they preserve documents related to a “case.” , , of high priority” that your office was investigating. Yet, you did not make the allegations until two and a half years later, at a time when the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination is in full swing, Jordan wrote in the review paper. Gateway Pundit,
Fannie Willis may also be coordinating with Washington to deflect attention from Joe Biden’s crimes.
Last week, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich told A reliable source Charlie Kirk told him that Fulton County DA Fannie Willis received a call from D.C. on Friday seeking to indict Trump on Monday for covering up the Weiss-Hunter Biden “mess”.
Newt Gingrich said that the (unidentified) caller to Fannie Willis demanded that she bring in grand jury members on Monday afternoon and charge Trump that evening.
“I was told on Friday evening by a reliable source that someone from Washington called the district attorney in Atlanta and said, ‘You have to indict me on Monday — we have to cover up all the wrongs we’ve done with Weiss,’ and She said bluntly, ‘My jury members aren’t coming back until Tuesday,’ and he said, ‘You didn’t listen to me, you have to indict on Monday,’ and she said, ‘They won’t be here before noon. It’s gonna be… That means it’s going to be 8 or 9 or 10 at night!” Newt told Charlie Kirk.
Speaker Jordan also said in his letter to Fannie Willis that he used Georgia state laws to criminalize certain speeches by federal officials, including President Trump.
“Furthermore, this indictment and prosecution affects several important federal interests. First, the impeachment appears to be an attempt to use state criminal law to regulate the conduct of federal officials acting in their official capacities. For example, in count 22, the indictment seeks to criminalize internal discussions within the DOJ under Georgia law, including a meeting where a former DOJ official made a formal request to his superiors to perform official work. authorization was requested. And in count 1, the indictment seeks to criminalize under Georgia law the White House chief of staff who arranged meetings and phone calls for the president. There are also aspects of the impeachment that raise the question of whether your office seeks to criminalize certain speeches by federal officials, including the president, under Georgia law, which are protected by the First Amendment. Especially given the ability of states to target certain federal officials, such prosecutions affect core federal interests,” Jordan wrote.
Chairman Jordan made the following request:
1. All documents and communications relating to or relating to the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office’s receipt and use of federal funds;
2. All documents and communications between or between the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office and the DOJ and its constituents, including, but not limited to, the Office of Special Counsel Jack Smith, that your office files with President Donald Trump or any other Relating to or relating to the investigation of. the eighteen persons against whom the charges were made in the indictment discussed above; And
3. All documents and communications between the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office and officials of any federal executive branch in connection with your office’s investigation against President Donald Trump or any of the other eighteen individuals alleged in the indictment discussed above were planted.