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Ga. Grand Jury Chief May Sink Trump Indictment by Blabbing to Media

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(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) After teasing inside knowledge that a Georgia grand jury investigating former President Donald Tump’s challenge of the 2020 election had recommended indictments of multiple people on a range of charges, the jury foreperson wasted no time pimping out her insights for a leftist mainstream media to promote.

Foreperson Emily Kohrs originally leaked her information to the New York Times, claiming that the jury’s report, which remains largely sealed, “is not going to be some giant plot twist.”

While declining to name who had been recommended for indictment, she said that “It is not a short list.” Asked specifically if the jury recommended indicting Trump, Kohrs played coy.

“You’re not going to be shocked. It’s not rocket science,” she said, adding “you won’t be too surprised.”

The grand jury was investigating whether Trump and associates illegally meddled in Georgia’s 2020 presidential election. The thrust of the accusations rests on a phone call between the then-president and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, when Trump urged Raffensperger to pursue the myriad claims of vote fraud that Trump said would overturn the state’s flawed results.

The grand jury had heard from several high-profile Trump associates, including Rudy Giuliani, Mark Meadows, Lindsey Graham and Mike Pence. When the judge eventually releases the jury’s recommendations for indictments, Kohrs said it won’t come as any surprise.

“You probably have a fair idea of what may be in there,” she told the Times. “I’m trying very hard to say that delicately.”

Kohrs then “delicately” made the rounds of all the major fake news promulgators, spilling insider info of the jury’s workings and strongly implying that a Trump indictment was in the works.

Her prolific media presence backfired, if early reactions are any indication.

“There’s something ‘off’ about these interviews with #Georgia Grand Jury foreperson #EmilyKohrs. Flighty. Immature. Starstruck. Detached,” wrote Western Star journalist Don Bradshaw. “It almost seems like she believes she was a reality-show contestant, and not part of one of the most significant legal cases in U.S. history.”

Kohrs’s gushing pronouncements goaded even reliably leftist allies of the Never-Trump movement to criticize the media blitz, but didn’t prevent them from pushing her vapid insinuations that a Trump indictment was already in the pipeline.

“I am deeply troubled by the fact that this much disclosure is going on in this process and I think it has legal ramifications,” former FBI cog Frank Figliuzza told MSNNBC. “I would not be surprised if we see a judge come in and admonish the remainder of the special grand jury.”

Figliuzza also noted that the special grand jury can only make recommendations for charges and indictments. The actual decision rests with Fulton County DA Fani Willis, who has built a career championing leftist causes and vigorously pursued the case against Trump.

That didn’t stop Kohrs from spewing forth her insinuations and leaks. She told the Associated Press that she had been “fascinated by an explainer on Georgia’s voting machines offered by a former Dominion Voting Systems executive.”

She also gushed praise for former White House aide and disgraced J6 Inquisition witness Cassidy Hutchinson, who had explained the inner workings of Trump’s White House.

Trump, ironically, praised the portions of the grand jury report that were released last week.

”Thank you to the Special Grand Jury in the Great State of Georgia for your Patriotism & Courage,” Trump posted. “Total exoneration.”

When reporters from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution asked Kohrs “about that reaction she rolled her eyes and then burst out laughing,” the paper reported.

”Did he really say that?” she asked. “Oh, that’s fantastic. That’s phenomenal. I love it.”

When asked if she had any response, she said, “I invoke my Fifth Amendment right. That’s what I have to say to that.”

“Weird,” bleated Democrat bagman David Axelrod. “Does anyone one recall the foreman of a grand jury, particularly in a consequential case, doing a media tour BEFORE any indictments are made?!? Like, who IS this woman??”

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