Pelosi Busted Pulling Strings In Trump Trial

Months ago, former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker made rather telling remarks on the trainwreck witch hunt launched against Trump.

“This is all planned and coordinated in order to try to prevent Donald Trump from being strong enough to win the election in November,” Whitaker remarked flatly.

Indeed, it is.

And now, in a stunning new development, Republicans are investigating whether or not Democrats in the swamp directly colluded with obviously biased prosecutors in Georgia.

Specifically, the Democrats “serving” on Nancy Pelosi’s highly partisan January 6 committee are now widely suspected to have effectively directed Atlanta prosecutor Fani Willis, who is notorious for levying nearly 100 charges against Trump.

RICO charges, no less, so that the media can make the entire sham sound as dramatic as possible.

Fani, whose name means “prosperous” in Swahili, likely became quite prosperous through weaponizing the court system in her own personally biased interests.

An attitude that many swamp bureaucrats in the state appear to have taken over the last few years.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, alongside Representative Barry Loudermilk, have now become aware that Ms. Willis is suspect to have “coordinated its investigative actions with the partisan Select Committee.”

Specifically, the representatives note that new revelations have “[raised] additional questions relevant to the Committee’s oversight of Willis’s politically motivated prosecution of a former President of the United States and several former senior federal officials.”

A rather concerning collaboration, to say the least. Especially as Democrats won’t bother to collaborate with border states in controlling a real issue threatening national security.

Loudermilk made it clear that the Democrats’ antics were effectively resulting in a banana republic, a deeply troubling trend for the nation’s future.

“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,” Loudermilk intoned in a statement.

Frankly, there is quite a bit that that January 6 committee has “failed to properly disclose.”

Seems like Fulton County, Georgia has the entire state, and to a degree the nation, paralyzed in political corruption.

The blatant corruption was on full display in the 2020 presidential election, when Fulton County poll workers stopped counting ballots due to a water pipe supposedly breaking.

Fast forward to 2023, and the brazen political corruption of Fulton County is on fuller display.

First off, it was bad enough that some utterly incompetent leftist “accidentally” released an allegedly “fictitious” indictment against Trump before the grand jury even voted.

Naturally, when that “fictitious” indictment was released, the grand jury voted in favor of indicting Trump.

On top of incompetence, there is also outright deception, which has been rather clear from Ms. Willis, who is rightfully under investigation now.

Willis, who has long expressed admiration for Kamala Harris and Obama on her social media pages, actually had the audacity to claim, months ago, that there are no “personal feelings” involved in her decision to hurl nearly 100 charges at Trump and his associates.

“We have no personal feelings against those we investigate or prosecute and we should not express any. This is business, it will never be personal,” Willis blatantly lied over the summer.

Is that so?

The current GOP investigation suggests otherwise.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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