Legal experts are expressing serious concerns about whether state prosecutors and Joe Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ) are turning the politicized investigation of President Donald Trump into a media circus more concerned about the 2024 election than serving actual justice. The behavior of Emily Kohrs, the forewoman of the special grand jury investigating President Trump in Georgia, has put those concerns squarely in the spotlight through her bizarre recent media appearances.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney previously ordered that any recommendations on who should or should not be prosecuted would remain secret for the time being. This is because the special grand jury does not have the power to issue indictments. It is up to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to decide whether to seek indictments from a regular grand jury.
Emily Kohrs has to be the stupidest person on the face of the earth. pic.twitter.com/3rUr84HtQw
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) February 23, 2023
Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Emily Kohrs, Grand Jury forewoman.
No, this is not a parody. We see these kind of weirdos in my city sometimes.
Please keep her in the jury!
Reminder: the walls are closing in (episode 729272) 😂👍 pic.twitter.com/5WwvwrCwTV
— Andrew 🇺🇸🍊☢️ (@Maga_GA1) February 22, 2023
Kohrs recently appeared on CNN and NBC News, strongly hinting that Trump was among those recommended for criminal charges while laughing and making animated facial expressions. Andrew McCarthy, a senior fellow at the National Review Institute, believes that Kohrs’ media tour was a “terrible thing,” She defied the secrecy rules of the grand jury and the judge’s order. Such behavior, according to McCarthy, makes the entire process in Georgia look like a “kangaroo court.”
Kohrs’ behavior in the media has raised questions about her fitness to serve as a foreperson of the grand jury. McCarthy believes that any violation of the law, regardless of the personality of the person committing the breach, is bad for the prosecution and the court’s reputation for integrity. He argues that the news side of media organizations must make decisions that will sometimes annoy their colleagues who are only interested in ratings and advertising dollars.
Kohrs’ antics have further led some to question the integrity of the prosecution itself, particularly regarding the selection of jurors with obvious biases and prejudices. Alan Dershowitz, a renowned Harvard legal scholar, believes that the judge’s behavior in the Georgia Grand Jury case is unconstitutional.
The ongoing persecution of Trump in various locations has also been criticized as a never-ending political show that undermines the rule of law and the American system. The idea of “blind justice” has been emphasized as pivotal to building an America of unprecedented wealth, power, and human rights. Unfortunately, it is more apparent by the day that radical leftist politicians are using the system to subvert justice in America.