Georgia Jury Foreperson Opens Mouth, Blows Case Against Trump In Stunning, Biased Interview

The foreperson on former President Donald Trump’s Georgia Grand Jury just threw Trump a massive lifeline by going on cable television and exposing a shocking bias.

Most expect Trump to get charged over his phone call to Brad Raffensburger. Trump will then demand to have any trial moved out of Fulton County because he will never get a fair trial there.

It will be a legal fight and Trump is not guaranteed a win on that issue. Until jury foreperson, Emily Kohrs, went on cable television to get her 15 minutes of fame. After her statements, Trump will win that legal argument and if you think a jury in a red county will convict Trump you are dreaming.

Kohrs went on MSNBC where she was asked:

“Did you personally want to hear from the former President?” 

Kohrs said: “I wanted to hear from the former President, but honestly, I kind of wanted to subpoena the former President because I got to swear everybody in.

“So I thought it would be really cool to get 60 seconds with President Trump.

“Of me looking at him and being like ‘do you solemnly swear’ and me getting to swear him in.

“I just feel like that would have been an awesome moment.”

CNN’s reaction to the foreperson of the Grand Jury that investigated Donald Trump in Georgia going on cable news and acting like a partisan political operative is telling:

“Why this person is talking on TV, I do not understand

“I guarantee you prosecutors are wincing.

“It’s a prosecutor’s nightmare.”