Forewoman In Grand Jury Case Even Mystifies Anderson Cooper – Watch

Former senior adviser to President Trump Stephen Miller recently said, “A Democrat prosecutor with a Democrat grand jury can basically do whatever they want to whomever they want without regard to any facts or law and with virtually no due process. The grand jury system was built on a presumption of legal ethics, discipline and neutrality which one side has utterly jettisoned.”

Usually, he would be correct, but in this case, the grand jury forewoman in a criminal case investigating Trump may have just torpedoed the prosecution’s hopes.

Meet Emily Kohrs, the forewoman of a criminal Fulton County (Atlanta, Georgia) case investigating if former President Trump meddled in the election process.

Folks, if there were a picture in the dictionary next to “woke liberal,” it would be Kohrs.

Just listen to her fantasize about swearing Trump in under oath.

That’s like stage four of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

“I will be sad if nothing happens. That’s about my only request there is for something to happen. I don’t necessarily know what it is. I’m not the legal expert. I’m not the judge. I’m not the lawyers. But I will be frustrated if nothing happens,” Kohrs told host Kate Bolduan.

“This was too much — too much information, too much of my time, too much of everyone’s time, too much of their time, too much argument in court about getting people to appear before us,” she added of the work undertaken by the grand jury, which convened last May. “There was just too much for this to just be, ‘Oh, OK, we’re good. Bye!’”

She added that “I will be happy as long as something happens.”

Watch the eyes.

Less than 24 hours after the excitement settled, reality hit CNN, and Anderson Cooper wondered allowed what the heck Kohrs was thinking. I know it’s CNN but you want to watch the video it’s pretty funny. At one point Cooper said, “he was cringing.”



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