Fani Willis, the Far-Left Fulton County District Attorney, sternly rebuked House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan on Wednesday for inquiring about her investigation into possible RICO and conspiracy violations committed by President Trump and his 18 associates and lawyers.
Willis reiterated her unwillingness to cooperate with Jordan’s request while asserting that he was unaware of the applicable legalities.
“A charitable explanation of your correspondence is that you are ignorant of the United States and Georgia Constitutions and codes,” Fani Willis wrote in response to a letter from Jim Jordan, The Hill reported.
“A more troubling explanation is that you are abusing your authority as Chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary to attempt to obstruct and interfere with a Georgia criminal prosecution,” Fani Willis wrote.
Chairman Jordan initiated his investigation into Fani Willis in August.
In August, Rep. Jordan initiated an investigation into whether Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis had acted in cooperation with federal authorities during her extended inquiry concerning President Trump and his associates.
Following this, a Fulton County grand jury issued a 41-count indictment that included RICO and conspiracy charges against Trump. This raised suspicions that Willis may have violated the First Amendment rights of individuals by coordinating with federal officials in Washington.
In August, Jim Jordan wrote in a letter that the indictment and prosecution of Ms. Willis implicate substantial federal interests, and the circumstances surrounding her actions raise serious concerns about whether such actions are politically motivated.
He highlighted that news outlets reported in February 2021 that she had directed her office to open an investigation into President Trump, noting that a letter was sent to several Republican officials in Georgia requesting preservation of documents related to the “matter . . . of high priority” they were investigating.
Despite this, Jordan expressed his concern at the delay in bringing charges against Trump until two-and-a-half years later when the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination was underway.
Fani Willis has alleged that Jim Jordan interfered with her criminal case.
“Your attempt to invoke congressional authority to intrude upon and interfere with an active criminal case in Georgia is flagrantly at odds with the Constitution. … There is absolutely no support for Congress purporting to second guess or somehow supervise an ongoing Georgia criminal investigation and prosecution,” Fani Willis previously said, according to Politico.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich recently informed Charlie Kirk that he had received reliable information from an unidentified source claiming that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis was contacted by someone from Washington DC on Friday, requesting she bring grand jurors in on Monday afternoon and issue an indictment against President Trump later that evening as a distraction from any potential crimes committed by Joe Biden.
“I am told by a reliable source that Friday evening that somebody from Washington called the District Attorney from Atlanta and said ‘you have to indict on Monday – we have to cover up all the mistakes we just made with Weiss,’ and she said apparently, ‘my jurors aren’t coming back until Tuesday,’ and they said ‘you didn’t hear me, you have to indict on Monday,’ and she said, ‘They’re not going to be here before noon…this means it’s going to be 8 or 9 or 10 o’clock at night!’” Newt told Charlie Kirk.