Jim Jordan claims Fani Willis is part of a conspiracy to prevent Trump from winning in 2024

Ohio congressman Jim Jordan is accusing Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis of being part of a conspiracy to affect the 2024 presidential election through her prosecution of Donald Trump.

In an exclusive interview with Channel 2 Action News, Rep. Jim Jordan, the chair of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, discussed his investigation into Willis’ prosecution of Trump.

He directly accused her of being involved in a plot to influence the upcoming presidential election.

According to Jordan, it is clear that her case is the one driven by political motives, and the American people are able to recognize this fact.

In Georgia, Trump is facing charges of conspiracy, racketeering, and election interference.

Jordan and Willis have been engaged in a heated exchange of letters, with Jordan adamantly requesting that Willis hand over the requested documents. In response, Willis has accused Jordan of obstructing a Georgia criminal proceeding.

On Tuesday, Jordan intensified his campaign by accusing Willis of colluding with federal prosecutor Jack Smith and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to ensure Trump’s defeat in the 2024 election.

According to Jordan, there is a hidden conspiracy at play, involving Bragg, Smith, and Willis. They are all working together to influence the upcoming 2024 presidential race. Jordan believes that the American people are intelligent enough to recognize this conspiracy for what it is.

Jordan made accusations without providing any evidence of a conspiracy.

Richard Elliot from Channel 2 brought the interview to Willis in her office.

Later, she refused to participate in an on-camera interview regarding Jordan’s accusations. However, she did comment on the record, stating, “This is not worth my time.”

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Jordan expressed his desire to inquire about Willis’ utilization of $14 million in federal grant funds. Additionally, he is curious about her association with former special prosecutor Nathan Wade.

According to Jordan, his committee has the potential to issue subpoenas to both Willis and Wade.

Jordan stated that they have not made any decisions yet, but they are considering all options and not ruling anything out.

It is worth noting that Jordan declined a Congressional subpoena to testify before the January 6 Committee.

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