Jim Jordan Is Charged With “Unjustified And Illegal Intrusion” In The Trump Case By Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis

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On Thursday, Fani Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County

criticised Ohio’s Jim Jordan for allegedly attempting to disrupt the prosecution of the racketeering case against former President Donald Trump.

Trump ally Jordan stated last month that the committee was looking into whether the prosecutor worked in concert with federal agents while charging Trump and 18 other defendants with attempting to rig the Georgia 2020 presidential election. The defendants have all entered a not guilty plea.

Jordan’s request for information regarding the case, including specifics on any correspondence between her office and the Biden administration, was met with Willis’s answer that it was a “unjustified and illegal intrusion into an open state criminal prosecution.” She contended that Congress does not have the authority to ask for information regarding the state’s criminal investigation into Trump and his co-defendants.

“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,” she wrote in the letter seen by CBS News. According to state legislation, the defendants in this case are accused of committing state offences. There is zero support for Congress intervening in or trying to oversee an ongoing criminal investigation in Georgia.

The purpose of Jordan’s investigation, according to Willis, is “to advance outrageous partisan misrepresentations,” and she will not be “bullied and threatened” by Congressmen or anyone, he added. His claims that the Trump case was politically motivated, according to her, “are unfounded.”

I frequently warn individuals to “deal with reality or reality will deal with you,” Chairman Jordan. It’s time for you to face some fundamental realities,” she stated, citing some of these “realities.”

“Those who wish to avoid felony charges in Fulton County Georgia — including violations of Georgia RICO law — should not commit felonies in Fulton County, Georgia,” the speaker said.

Jordan also inquired about the utilisation of federal funding by the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. Willis said that her office has utilised federal grant money for “its intended purposes” and cautioned that any attempts to cut off funding for her office would be “revengeful, uncalled for legislative action” that would “impose serious harm” on the residents of Fulton County.

Willis also disclosed a number of threats that have been made against her and her team as a result of the investigation that are both racist and violent.

“YOU TOUCH ANYONE ATTACHED TO TRUMP & WE WILL BURN YOUR CITY TO THE GROUND WITH YOU IN IT,” read one of the less explicit messages reviewed by CBS News. 

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