Last Updated on August 17, 2023

Georgia State Senator Colton Moore is calling for an emergency session of the Georgia State Senate to rein in anti-Trump Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who has had the 45th President and 18 others indicted for questioning the reported results of the 2020 Presidential Election. Under Georgia law, the Senate session could lead to the removal of Willis from office for the targeting of her party’s political opponents.

“As a Georgia State Senator, I am officially calling for an emergency session to review the actions of Fani Willis,” Colton Moore (R-53) wrote in a tweet announcing his push for the State Senate to convene and potentially terminate the tenure of anti-Trump District Attorney Fani Willis in Fulton County.

“America is under attack,” Moore added. “I’m not going to sit back and watch as radical left prosecutors politically TARGET political opponents.”

Attached to Moore’s tweet is a copy of his official call for an emergency session, addressed to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. The call will need to be signed by 3/5ths of Georgia’s State Senate to generate the emergency session.

“In our opinion, an emergency exists in the affairs of the state, requiring a special session to be convened under that section, for all purposes, to include, without limitation, the review and response to the actions of Fani Wilis.”

As National File reported, in the aftermath of the Trump indictment in Fulton County, in addition to Moore’s State Senate maneuver, pressure is building on Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to act to remove Fani Willis from office.

Earlier this year, Kemp signed legislation establishing the Prosecuting Attorneys Qualifications Commission (PAQC), an “oversight mechanism for district attorneys and solicitors-general across Georgia,” tasked with “ensuring these officials fulfill their constitutional and statutory duties.”

The commission is capable of removing District Attorneys from office.

Kemp Card: Pressure Builds on GA Gov to End Fulton County Witch Hunt

The Fulton County persecution of 45th President Trump is considered by many to be an extension of a coup brought on by the fraud-ridden 2020 Presidential Election and its chaotic aftermath fueled by admittedly illegal Democrat election conduct. Fulton County, home to Georgia’s largest city, Atlanta, was an epicenter of the alleged election fraud that handed the White House to Joe Biden, with the help of Georgia’s electoral votes.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, who has the ability to have Fani Willis removed from office but has thus far refused to act, has been nationally criticized for his failure to secure Georgia’s elections – something that the World Economic Forum praised him for at this year’s Davos summit.

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