Nutty Chick Led Anti-Trump Georgia Grand Jury …Promptly Does Insane Media Tour

Written by Wes Walker on February 23, 2023

When even CNN and MSNBC are ready to admit that her antics have probably been bad for the prosecution’s case against Trump, that’s saying a LOT.

January 6th and the ‘special’ case of Donald J Trump has been invoked in a great many ways to dispense with the ordinary guardrails that would protect the accused from a coordinated attempt by the government to destroy someone they have collectively deemed persona non-gratis.

From the earliest days with the FBI was cooking up bogus FISA documents and Dossiers to investigate him, to the concerted ‘Media Matters War Plan 2017‘ to systematically discredit and destroy both him and he right-wing digital ecosystem that elected him, to Comey’s trap, to Mueller, to Schiff’s bogus whistleblower and the perfect phone call, to everything we’ve seen since, Trump is right to call the left’s crusade against him a ‘witchhunt’.

They are working backward from the premise that ‘he must go’ and looking for any and every reason (real or manufactured) they can think of to first get him out of office (mission accomplished thanks to that ‘fortified election’ Time talked about) and now to make sure he never gets back in.

From Jan 6, however, everything was cranked up to eleven with even the simplest protections afforded to ordinary citizens — legal privilege, for example, or the right not to have materials prejudicial to a case (like Grand Jury information which the accused does not get an opportunity to challenge or cross-examine) released to the public — simply did not apply to him.

The grand jury case in Georgia had to do with the phone call at the heart of the only indictment in Trump’s second impeachment circus, a story that even the Washington Post retracted as erroneous LONG after it was no longer relevant. Find the fraud was never in the original quote. What Trump did claim was that if they scrutinized the ballots they WOULD find dishonesty there.

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For whatever reason, the judge in this case decided to go public with much of the Grand Jury document — which has NEVER had an opportunity to be heard or contested by a single person representing the accused. There are a few pages that are so prejudicial that they have been redacted.

Emily Kohrs, the jury foreman just did a media blitz so utterly shameless that it would have made that old Creepy Porn Lawyer, Avenatti, blush.

She spoke openly about her experiences, specifically addressing some of content that the judge had redacted. I really mustn’t say, but … *giggle*…

‘It’s not a short list’. Then she coaches the interviewer on how best to interpret the six REDACTED pages of the grand jury documents… undermining the entire point of redaction in the first place.

There are names you will recognize, and there are names you may not recognize.

She also really hopes that something happens with their recommendations, even if it’s just a perjury charge so that her time isn’t ‘wasted’. Clearly, she was motivated toward a specific outcome. Not something you want to see in a supposedly objective foreman of the jury.

She really, REALLY wanted an opportunity to swear Trump in, to have that sixty seconds face-to-face, but it never happened. She even says so in the opening moments of this clip.

A former prosecutor wrote an op-ed to MSNBC. She made it clear that while she, personally, was pleased to hear about possible indictments coming to Trump, the whole media circus appalled her. She thinks even those hoping to see Trump convicted will ‘rue the day’ we learned the name of this Grand Jury Foreman.

From that op-ed:

On Tuesday, Emily Kohrs, the foreperson of the special grand jury in Fulton County, went on a media tour of sorts, giving interviews to NBC News, The New York Times, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and other news outlets, and she is apparently enjoying her moment in the spotlight. She revealed the names of witnesses who testified; Rudy Giuliani left her star-struck; Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., was “personable”; former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows “shared very little.” She told us that some witnesses were immunized. She confirmed that the jurors had listened to a recording of former President Donald Trump’s phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and had discussed the slate of alternate electors. Although she did not reveal the names of any of the people the grand jury recommended indictments for, when she was asked whether Trump was one of them, she replied: “You’re not going to be shocked. It’s not rocket science.” Yikes.

Even more alarming were some of the things Kohrs said about her own experience. She said she swore in one witness while holding a Ninja Turtle ice pop she had received at the district attorney’s office ice cream party. A what?! Why on Earth would grand jurors be socializing with the prosecutors? A grand jury is an independent body, and prosecutors are trained to maintain a professional distance and avoid engaging in interactions that could be perceived as influencing their decisions.

Kohrs also revealed some other concerning facts. She reported that when witnesses invoked their Fifth Amendment right to refrain from answering questions on the basis that their answers might incriminate them, she could hear all of the other grand jurors writing furiously. This could indicate that jurors were improperly holding the assertion of a constitutional right against witnesses. She said another member of the grand jury brought a newspaper into the room every day and pointed out stories about their investigation, though she herself avoided news coverage to maintain an open mind. –MSNBC

Kohrs really should do herself a favor. Walk away from the media circus and put a good book in her hands. We even have a specific one in mind.

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