Fani Willis Under Investigation by House Committee
Two House committees are turning up the heat on Fulton County DA Fani Willis.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) are leading the charge to see if Willis was coordinating with the January 6 Select Committee.
The two Republicans say they have information that proves Willis was getting information from the committee to make her case against Trump.
Willis has charged Trump with three counts of criminal solicitation, six counts of criminal conspiracy, one count of filing false documents, and two counts of making false statements.
Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Jordan and Loudermilk are saying the information they have makes it appear as though Willis’ prosecution of Trump is politically motivated.
Loudermilk stated, "The coordination between Fulton County, GA District Attorney Fani Willis, and Pelosi's January 6 Select Committee, should be concerning to everyone.
"This new information raises questions about Willis' and Thompson's commitment to due process, and whether House Rules were violated when the Select Committee failed to properly disclose this material."
Jordan and Loudermilk also sent a letter to co-chair of the January 6 committee, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS).
Thompson responded, "As I have said time and again, the [Jan. 6 Committee] archived its official records in accordance with House rules.
"Only the Committee on House Administration is in possession of these records, and Mr. Loudermilk is fully aware of this."
As I stated in other reports, it is not uncommon for a congressional committee to share information with a prosecutor if there is a case in the works, so they are going to have to more or less prove that Willis was acting on behalf of Democrats rather than pursuing this case on her own, using the information from the committee to further enforce her already existing case.
That, my friends, will not be easy to do.
Hopefully, Jordan and Loudermilk can provide a bit more insight into their line of thinking in pursuing this in the near future.