Former federal prosecutor Hans von Spakowski says the Georgia grand jury investigation into former President Donald Trump is “political harassment.”
Von Spakowski said no one should give any credence to the investigation into whether or not Trump tried to disrupt the 2020 election.
“No one should give any credence to the findings of this grand jury,” Von Spakowski, a former member of the Federal Election Commission (FEC) who served on the Fulton County Board of Elections, told Fox News.
“I say that because the DA there, Fannie Willis, is politically ambitious, but she’s made it clear that she’s unethical,” he said.
According to von Spakowski, there is no legal basis for the investigation.
“She has no credible legal basis to investigate this case. And she’s shown that this is really a political prosecution and it’s a matter of self-aggrandizement. I mean, all you have to do is look at some of the evidence she presented to her grand jury,” Von Spakowski continued.
Emily Kohrs, the front woman who led the Georgia grand jury investigation into Trump’s phone calls to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, appeared in liberal media Wednesday.
Kohrs said the judge recommended charges against several individuals and strongly suggested Trump was one of them.
“You wouldn’t be shocked,” Kohrs told The New York Times when asked if the panel had recommended charges against Trump. “It’s not rocket science.”
Trump responded to Kohrs’ media tour in a Truth Social post.
“This Georgia case is ridiculous, a strictly political continuation of the greatest witch hunt of all time,” Trump wrote. “Now you have a very powerful young woman, (get this!) the ‘foreperson’ of a racist DA special grand jury, going around and doing a media tour, amazingly, exposing the inner workings and thoughts of the grand jury.”
Trump continued, “This is not justice, this is an illegal kangaroo court. Atlanta leads the nation in murder and other violent crimes. I only made two perfect phone calls!!!”