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Is Georgia Anti-Trump Grand Jury Forewoman Literally a Witch?

Posted on | February 23, 2023 | 2 Comments

Everybody is talking about the weird media tour by the forewoman of the Atlanta grand jury that was investigating President Trump’s dispute of the 2020 election results in Georgia. This investigation is evidently based on the theory that a candidate who believes he was cheated in an election must be guilty of some kind of crime if he attempts to rectify the alleged cheating. And it’s part of a pattern that Tucker Carlson correctly discerned, i.e., that “partisan prosecutors at all levels, state and federal, are trying to prevent [Trump] from running for president again.” Or to quote Lavrentiy Beria: “Show me the man and I’ll show you the crime.”

Enter, stage left, 30-year-old Emily Kohrs, whose identity was first revealed by the Associated Press, “who has described herself as between customer service jobs and who said she didn’t vote in the 2020 presidential election.” Her appearance in a series of televised interviews has provoked dismay among liberals, who understand that having this giggling fool as the foreman of the grand jury creates grounds for Trump’s lawyers to get any possible indictments quashed.

For some reason, I was under the impression that only the most respectable citizens were chosen to serve on grand juries, but I was apparently mistaken, and Fulton County’s Democratic district attorney, Fani Willis, picked this jury from a randomly selected pool of Fulton County residents. That this grand jury would choose Emily Kohrs as their forewoman — well, what does that tell you?

Everybody has noted the weirdness of this woman with the off-her-meds mannerisms, but what about her interest in witchcraft?


Internet sleuths dug up a Pinterest account apparently belonging to Emily Kohrs, which includes two pages crammed with posts about witchcraft, astrology, tarot, crystals, herbs — the usual kooky wicca/pagan stuff that such Seekers of Arcane Knowledge pursue.

(Hat-tip: Gateway Pundit and Stephen Green at Instapundit.)

To many Millennial/Gen Z types, such an interest may not seem particularly odd — all kinds of people are into all kinds of things on social media — but what are the odds that, in choosing a grand jury to investigate the former President of the United States, this kooky young wicca woman would be chosen? Doesn’t this suggest non-random factors may have influenced the jury selection process?

Well, I’m sure Trump’s lawyers must have had a laugh — “WINNING!” — as they got to work on their motions to void the grand jury’s findings, but isn’t this a sad example of what’s wrong with America’s justice system?




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