The Georgia grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump and his associates has taken a dramatic turn with the discovery of the forewoman’s bizarre Pinterest account.
This shocking revelation has uncovered a world of witchcraft, spells, and other strange practices that are sure to turn heads. The strange and mystical world of the grand jury foreperson could mean a lot for the ongoing investigation accusing Trump of fixing election results.
The grand jury forewoman, Emily Kohrs, investigating alleged election interference by former President Donald Trump and his associates in Georgia, had a shocking Pinterest account that delves into the world of witchcraft and magic spells.
Kohrs had a board on the social media platform that promotes literature on “Wicca, Witchcraft & Paganism” alongside multiple pins dedicated to spell casting. The board’s contents are drawing attention and raising questions about the impartiality of the grand jury investigation.
Emily Kohrs, the foreperson on the Trump grand jury in Georgia, really putting the WITCH in Witch Hunt. pic.twitter.com/BghMzoAnOU
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) February 22, 2023
A Pinterest post from two years ago that includes a pentagram – a modern symbol of occultism, suggested that witches can protect themselves during their magic work by casting a circle. In another post, she recommended that “beginner witches” start by acquiring items such as sea salt, rosemary, quartz, and incense to begin practicing their craft. These revelations are causing concern and raising questions about the impartiality of the grand jury’s investigation.
If I were the author of the Simulation I would make the leader of the witch hunt against Trump be an actual witch.
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— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) February 23, 2023
Kohrs, was seen laughing during media appearances earlier this week. Critics of the grand jury’s investigation saw Kohrs’ demeanor as evidence of bias against Trump and his allies.
Supporters of the investigation noted that Kohrs was not authorized to speak about the grand jury’s findings and that her demeanor was irrelevant to the investigation’s outcome. The grand jury’s report remains sealed, and it is not yet clear whether any charges will be pursued.
Many people have criticized Emily Kohrs, the forewoman of the grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump for speaking to the media about the investigation. Her interviews could be used by Trump’s defense team that might indicate a bias against the former president.
Some have suggested that it would have been wiser for Kohrs to wait until after any potential indictments before speaking out. It is important to remember that Kohrs was not authorized to discuss the grand jury’s findings and that her demeanor during media appearances could be used to draw conclusions about the investigation’s validity. The decision to pursue charges based on the grand jury’s findings remains in the hands of the district attorney, and it is unclear whether any charges will be filed.
The foreperson, Emily Kohrs, then continued her media tour on MSNBC, joking about how "awesome" it would be to personally subpoena Trump. pic.twitter.com/x36YqWWD59
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 22, 2023
The special grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia, was impaneled in March 2021 to investigate allegations of interference in the 2020 election by former President Donald Trump. The grand jury was tasked with determining whether any individuals or organizations committed crimes related to the election, including attempts to influence the results or obstruct the vote count.
Earlier in February, the grand jury in Fulton County released a portion of their report of their investigation of Trump. The report included allegations of improper election interference, including pressuring Georgia officials to overturn the election results.
On February 16, the report read, “We find by a unanimous vote that no widespread fraud took place in the Georgia 2020 presidential election that could result in overturning that election.”
On Wednesday, it was reported that lawyers representing Republican witnesses in the investigation of former President Donald Trump and others related to the investigation in Fulton County may try to stop possible indictments.