Emily Kohrs Forewoman of Georgia Grand Jury Investigating Trump Steps In It—Big Time
The forewoman of the Georgia Grand Jury considering President Donald J. Trump and others for indictment related to J6 is a witch who made some really absurd comments on CNN.
I hope Trump’s lawyers use her silly, stupid, giggling performance to throw out charges such as jury tampering.
She must have been coached by the laughing hyena word salad Vice President Kamala “Commie” Harris. That or she has read or watched too many Harry Potter books and movies or maybe she’s a graduate of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft.
CNN reporters agonize over Trump grand jury forewoman’s bizarre media blitz: ‘Prosecutor’s nightmare’
CNN reporters agonized over Emily Kohrs, the forewoman on Georgia’s special grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump, who sat down for multiple interviews with the media about the grand jury’s recommendations.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Elie Honig discussed Kohrs’ interview Tuesday night and wondered if her media blitz was “responsible.”
“First of all why this person is talking on TV, I do not understand. Because, she’s clearly enjoying herself, but I mean, is this responsible? She was the foreperson of this grand jury,” Cooper said.
Honig said it was a “horrible idea” and that the prosecutors were likely “wincing.”
“I was wincing just watching her eagerness to like, hint at stuff,” Cooper added. Honig said the interviews were a “prosecutor’s nightmare.”
“Mark my words, Donald Trump’s team is going to make a motion, if there’s an indictment, to dismiss that indictment based on grand jury impropriety. She’s not supposed to be talking about anything, really. But she’s really not supposed to be talking about the deliberations. She’s talking about what specific witnesses they saw, what the grand jury thought of them. She says some of them we found credible, some we found funny. I don’t know why that’s relevant, but she’s been saying we found this guy funny or interesting. I think she’s potentially crossing a line here. It’s gonna be a real problem for prosecutors,” Honig continued.
During “CNN This Morning” on Wednesday, analyst Maggie Haberman joined the hosts to discuss Kohrs’ media appearances and seemed to echo Cooper and Honig’s concerns as well.
“If I am the prosecutor I am not sure that I want this media tour taking place because I’m confident that Donald Trump’s lawyers are going to use this,” she said.
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