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‘Not Going To Sit Back And Watch’: Georgia Sen Calls On Kemp To Investigate Fani Willis

Georgia Republican Senator Colton Moore wrote to Governor Brian Kemp demanding that Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis be investigated for possible abuse of his position of power.

A grand jury indicted Trump late Monday night on charges of trying to overturn the 2020 Georgia presidential election. The jury also indicted 18 others, including Trump allies Rudy Giuliani, John Eastman, Sidney Powell, Jeffrey Clarke and Kenneth Chesebro.

“As Senator of Georgia, I formally call for an emergency session of Congress to review the actions of Fani Willis,” Moore tweeted. “America is under attack. Fanny Willis must be impeached accordingly.” (Related: CNN analyst warns Georgia jury is biased against Trump, but says there are ways to combat it)

“We, the undersigned, are duly elected representatives of the House of Representatives of the State of Georgia and the House of Representatives of the State of Georgia and, pursuant to Article IV, Section II, Section VII(b), 3/3 of each House; By compromising 5, we hereby certify to you that, with copy, to the Secretary of State, there is, in our opinion, an emergency in national affairs, and for all purposes , submits a document calling for a special meeting containing, without limitation, a review and response to the actions of Fanny Willis.”

moore Created An online petition seeking to investigate Willis and potentially impeach her.

Trump has been charged with violating Georgia’s racketeering-influenced corrupt organization (RICO) law, inducing a public official to breach an oath, conspiring to impersonate a public official, conspiring to commit first-degree forgery, and conspiring to make false statements and documents. indicted. According to the indictment, conspiracy to submit false documents, conspiracy to commit first-degree forgery, conspiracy to submit false statements and documents, submission of false documents, abduction by officials to breach oaths, and false statements and documents.

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