The Georgia Freedom Caucus has announced that they will be hosting a press conference at the Georgia State Capitol on Thursday morning at 11am ET regarding Fani Willis’ RICO and conspiracy indictment against former President Donald Trump.
All members of the Georgia Freedom Caucus and their allies are invited to participate in this event.
🚨NEW: The @FreedomCaucusGA will be holding a press conference on Thursday at 11 a.m. EST on the indictment of President Trump.
— State Freedom Caucus Network (@SFC_Network) August 29, 2023
Earlier this month, Fani Willis, District Attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, sought to criminalize the First Amendment rights of President Trump and eighteen others by issuing a 41-count indictment which included RICO and conspiracy charges.
Brave state lawmakers have since responded to this action with strong opposition.
There are 30 unindicted co-conspirators.
Trump’s lawyers Rudy Giuliani, Jenna Ellis, John Eastman and others were also indicted and booked at the Fulton County jail.
The entire process has been abusive.
Senator Colton Moore recently expressed his conviction that the situation had reached a critical point and proposed to impeach Fani Willis.
Previously, the Fulton County Clerk had posted President Trump’s charges online before the grand jury had completed its deliberations.
“As a Georgia State Senator, I am officially calling for an emergency session to review the actions of Fani Willis.” Senator Colton Moore said.
“America is under attack. I’m not going to sit back and watch as radical left prosecutors politically TARGET political opponents.” he added.
Georgia’s Governor, Brian Kemp, signed a bill in May that will allow for the removal of elected district attorneys from office.
The newly enacted law (Senate Bill 92) establishes a statewide Prosecuting Attorneys Statewide Qualifications Commission vested with the power to investigate complaints against district attorneys and, if warranted, remove them from office.
The grounds for discipline, removal, or involuntary retirement of a district attorney or solicitor-general listed in the bill, include:
- mental or physical incapacity interfering with the performance of his or her duties which is, or is likely to become, permanent;
- willful misconduct in office;
- with respect to district attorneys, willful and persistent failure to carry out duties pursuant to Code Section 15-18-6;
- with respect to solicitors-general, willful and persistent failure to carry out duties pursuant to Code Section 15-18-66;
- conviction of a crime involving moral turpitude;
- conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice which brings the office into disrepute; or
- knowingly authorizing or permitting an assistant district attorney or assistant solicitor-general to commit any act constituting grounds for removal under paragraphs (1) through (6) of this subsection.