Fani Willis will be lying awake at night after Georgia’s Governor made this announcement

Mar 19, 2024

Fulton County DA Fani Willis’ week just went from bad to worse.

Accountability is coming for rogue prosecutors in Georgia. 

And Fani Willis will be lying awake at night after Georgia’s Governor made this announcement.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill into law designed to rein in out-of-control prosecutors in the state.

This comes as Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is under fire for her handling of the criminal case against former President Donald Trump and his allies for contesting the results of the 2020 Election.

Rogue prosecutors in Georgia now have oversight

A previous bill signed by Kemp created the Prosecuting Attorneys Qualifications Commission.

The commission was created to discipline and potentially disqualify prosecutors that had gone rogue.

The idea came about as a response to the rise of prosecutors across the country funded by globalist billionaire George Soros, who refused to prosecute whole classes of crime and gave violent criminals a slap on the wrist.

Kemp said that the law would make sure that prosecutors in Georgia uphold the law.

“This legislation will help us ensure rogue and incompetent prosecutors are held accountable if they refuse to uphold the law,” Kemp said at the signing ceremony for the bill. “As we know all too well, crime has been on the rise across the country, and is especially prevalent in cities where prosecutors are giving criminals a free pass or failing to put them behind bars due to lack of professional conduct.”

The law would require that local prosecutors evaluate each case individually so they couldn’t stop prosecuting whole classes of offenses.

Soros-backed prosecutors have made the political decision to stop filing charges for crimes like shoplifting.

Georgia’s law could stop a rogue prosecutor in a Democrat jurisdiction from refusing to file criminal charges for violating the state’s abortion laws.

Kemp said the law would keep prosecutors from putting politics ahead of public safety.

“When prosecutors prioritize political agendas over public safety, it jeopardizes the well-being of our communities, endangering lives and property,” Kemp stated. “Today, we reaffirm our commitment to safeguarding public safety and ensuring that prosecutors prioritize justice. Georgians deserve nothing less than a secure environment within their own neighborhoods.”

The Prosecuting Attorneys Qualifications Commission was created last year but the Georgia Supreme Court blocked it because they didn’t approve the rules governing it.

The new law removes the state Supreme Court’s control over the commission.

Democrats worried Fani Willis could be removed under new law

The idea behind the law was created before Willis indicted Trump but that didn’t stop Democrats from fretting that it could be used to remove her from the case.

“[It] has unchecked power to remove prosecutors whose decisions they disagree with, no matter how well a district attorney or solicitor general represents the voters who elected them in the courtroom,” DeKalb County District Attorney Sherry Boston said.

Republican State House Speaker Jon Burns said that the law wasn’t aimed at Willis.

“For us in the House, our focus is not on any one person, not on any one situation,” Burns told reporters. “It’s about asking the folks that are elected, just like me, to do their jobs and protect the citizens of this state.”

But Fani Willis could have another headache to deal with after she went rogue.

Hot Take Politics will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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