Just The Facts:
- Georgia Lt. Gov. Burt Jones establishes a bipartisan special committee to investigate alleged misconduct by Fulton District Attorney (DA) in the Donald Trump investigation.
- The committee consists of six Republican and three Democrat state senators, approved by a 30-19 Senate vote.
- Members include: Sen. Bill Cowsert (R), Sen. Greg Dolezal (R), Sen. Jason Esteves (D), Sen. John Kennedy (R), Sen. Blake Tillery (R), Sen. Harold Jones (D), Sen. Bo Hatchett (R), Sen. Steve Gooch (R), and Sen. Gloria Butler (D).
- Sen. Cowsert serves as chair and Sen. Dolezal as vice chair.
- The committee’s formation follows Senate Resolution 465, aiming to address accusations against Fulton DA Fani Willis, including prosecutorial misconduct and misuse of public funds.
- The investigation will explore Willis’ prosecution of Trump and allies following a Fulton County grand jury indictment related to the 2020 Georgia election results.
- The committee has subpoena power for documents and testimonies, with an undefined timeline for the investigation’s start and end.
- Focus areas include potential conflicts of interest and misuse of taxpayer dollars in an alleged relationship between Willis and top prosecutor Nathan Wade.
- The panel will also examine allegations of Willis and Wade’s secretive relationship and potential financial improprieties.
- Democrats on the committee express concerns about focusing on this issue over other pressing state matters, suggesting local authorities should handle such investigations.
- The committee, independent of state House or Governor approval, will offer recommendations on state laws and spending but cannot directly sanction Willis, amid criticism of partisan motives.
- Recent court filings by Trump co-defendant Michael Roman and attorney Ashleigh Merchant allege an improper romantic relationship between Willis and Wade, impacting the integrity of the prosecution.
According to Jones, the panel is a crucial step closer to revealing the truth behind allegations involving Nathan Wade and Fani Willis, specifically focusing on a reported romantic relationship and potential misuse of taxpayer funds.
BREAKING: Georgia Lt. Governor Burt Jones to announce the members of a new investigatory committee that will have subpoena power and will be looking into Fulton County DA Fani Willis.
With six Republicans and three Democrats on the bipartisan committee, it will investigate… pic.twitter.com/gDVaIV6XL1
— Leading Report (@LeadingReport) January 29, 2024
Last week, the Georgia state Senate endorsed the special committee in a 30-19 vote after a motion was filed by a defendant in the Trump case. The motion accused Wade and Willis of engaging in a clandestine and improper relationship, suggesting that Wade used funds from the District Attorney’s office for extravagant vacations with Willis.
President Trump’s legal team supported the motion, accusing Willis of fostering racial animosity in a recent church speech. They argued that her comments injected racial bias into the case, potentially prejudicing jurors against the defendants. The motion contended that the prosecutor should be disqualified due to extensive misconduct and improper manipulation of prosecutorial power.
Fani Willis and her Lover/employee/unqualified lead attorney will be charged with crimes for using taxpayer money.
— Rob (@Rob35965212) January 30, 2024
Neither Nathan Wade nor Fani Willis has publicly responded to the allegations of a romantic relationship. However, Willis staunchly defended Wade during a church appearance. Credit card statements from Wade’s divorce case allegedly reveal personal benefits, such as plane tickets for trips taken with Willis, prompting Republican claims of improper motivations.
The Fulton County District Attorney’s office has not issued a public response to the allegations since they surfaced earlier this month.
Georgia officials are scared to death the day of reckoning, January 20, 2025 is coming and they don’t want to be collateral damage. The knives are out for Fani Willis, but Governor Brian Kemp and Brad Raffensperger are being thrown under the bus too.
It sure looks like Fani… pic.twitter.com/FyqEd7thr9
— Tony Seruga (@TonySeruga) January 30, 2024
In a parallel development, the Georgia state House of Representatives passed House Bill 881 on Monday, establishing a panel with oversight powers and the authority to remove prosecutors. The House voted 95-75 along party lines, sending the bill to the Senate for further debate. This legislative move comes after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation last year creating the Prosecuting Attorneys Qualifications Commission, which faced obstacles in gaining approval from the state Supreme Court.
Republicans in the state legislature deny that the measure targets Fani Willis, asserting that it aims to address oversight concerns. However, Democrats argue that it represents an attempt to override the will of Democratic voters, with House Minority Whip Sam Park expressing concerns that the commission could interfere with ongoing investigations, particularly those related to Donald J. Trump.
Trumped-up nonsense: Smearing Fani Willis won’t get Donald off the hook in Georgia https://t.co/UmIEuWYkgL
— Garry (@Garry31977617) January 30, 2024
In the Fulton County case, President Trump and over a dozen individuals face charges of racketeering and other offenses, with prosecutors alleging a plot to overturn the 2020 election. All remaining defendants have pleaded not guilty to the charges. The unfolding investigations and legislative actions underscore the complex and politically charged nature of the legal proceedings in Georgia. The Governor of the state can end all of this in seconds, but as a Deep State stooge he has chosen to remain an anti-Trump actor, doing all he can to hurt President Trump. To this day, he still is hiding over 150K pristine ballots that were never creased but supposedly mailed, all for Biden and counted to defeat Trump in 2020. He is not allowing anyone to see them, showing you how corrupt the man is. See fast clip below
THE COVERUP, GA Secretary of State Rat Raffensperger KNEW there were 67,000 illegal votes cast in the 2020 election before Trump’s phone call. DA Fani bang, bang Willis serves as Brian Kemp and Rat Raffensperger’s own coverup schemes.
And here is,
GA Secretary of State Rat Raffensperger KNEW there were 67,000 illegal votes cast in the 2020 election before Trump’s phone call.
📝DA Fani bang, bang Willis serves as Brian Kemp and Rat Raffensperger’s own coverup schemes. pic.twitter.com/k2VOCqbo24
— 🇺🇸RealRobert🇺🇸 (@Real_RobN) January 25, 2024
The Witch Hunt continues but we all fear nothing will end until Trump is back in the White House.
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Major Points Discussed:
- Georgia Senate forms special committee: The Georgia Senate, led by Lt. Gov. Burt Jones, establishes a special committee to investigate alleged misconduct by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her special prosecutor Nathan Wade.
- Committee composition: The committee, with the authority to issue subpoenas, comprises six Republicans and three Democrats. Sen. Bill Cowsert chairs the committee, while Sen. Greg Dolezal serves as vice chair. Other members include senators Jason Esteves, John Kennedy, Blake Tillery, Harold Jones, Bo Hatchett, Steve Gooch, and Gloria Butler.
- Allegations and motion: The investigation stems from a motion filed after a 30-19 Senate vote, accusing Nathan Wade and Fani Willis of a clandestine relationship and potential misuse of taxpayer funds for lavish vacations. President Trump’s legal team supports the motion, citing racial animosity in Willis’s recent speech.
- House Bill 881: In tandem, the Georgia state House passes House Bill 881, creating a panel with oversight powers and the ability to remove prosecutors. The House vote is 95-75 along party lines, sending the bill for further debate in the Senate.
- Racial bias and ongoing investigations: Democrats argue that the legislative measures, including House Bill 881, may interfere with ongoing investigations, especially those related to Donald J. Trump. The Fulton County case involves charges against Trump and others for racketeering and attempts to overturn the 2020 election, with all remaining defendants pleading not guilty.
Comments – Threads – Links
- Exciting news: Georgia Lt. Governor Burt Jones is set to announce the esteemed members of a new investigatory committee. This committee, equipped with subpoena power, aims to delve into the actions of Fulton County DA Fani Willis. Comprised of six Republicans and three Democrats, this bipartisan committee will thoroughly investigate the alleged relationship between Willis and Nathan Wade, as well as any potential misuse of taxpayer funds. – Demetrius
- About time she she was made awnser for her corrupt ways. – josie
- Announced the same day Fulton county is “hacked” lol what records – Mostly-Peaceful Patriot
- Done with investigations in my lifetime Fani is GUILTY just arrest her and move on – John
- Magically the evidence will have been “lost” in todays Fulton Hack – House Of Cards
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