Congressman Jim Jordan has requested information from the corrupt Soros-backed DA in Georgia and her connections with the corrupt Jan 6 Committee.
Jim Jordan, the Head of the House Judiciary Committee has requested that Georgia’s corrupt DA in Fulton County turn over all her records related to communications with the corrupt Jan 6 committee.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Subcommittee Chairman Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) have initiated an inquiry into Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis for her coordination with the January 6 Select Committee.
The inquiry reveals the Committee’s concerns about the “politically motivated prosecutions” and the coordination between Willis’s office and the January 6 Select Committee. The GOP has also requested documents relating to this coordination, citing concerns about due process and the integrity of the investigations.
“The partisan January 6 Select Committee had a troubling track record of procedural abuses and due process violations,” Jordan wrote in the letter. “It only solicited evidence from a select set of relevant individuals, ignored exculpatory evidence, and did not pursue witnesses with evidence that would not advance its partisan narrative. It fabricated and publicly released doctored evidence.”
He continued, “It cherrypicked selective information to create false and misleading public narratives. To the extent that your politically motivated prosecutions are now relying in any way on records obtained from the partisan January 6 Select Committee, it only reinforces concerns about your commitment to due process and whether you have fulfilled your obligations to properly disclose this material.”
In a separate letter to Representative Bennie Thompson (D-MS), Loudermilk highlighted the discovery of a letter from Willis to Thompson from December 17, 2021. In the letter, Willis requested access to congressional records relevant to her criminal investigation, including witness interviews, communications, and travel records.
Read the letter between DA Willis and Chairman Thompson ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/XrYb0PXgDF
— House Judiciary GOP 🇺🇸 (@JudiciaryGOP) December 5, 2023