Fox News anchor Dana Perino put Fulton County Grand Jury foreperson Emily Kohrs on notice after her media appearances called into question possible bias against former President Donald Trump.
DAVID SPUNT: So, Kohrs was part of a special grand jury, only looking at evidence, not a charging grand jury that can actually issue indictments. But still, this could hurt the overall case, as those who eventually are indicted. And we don’t know those names yet.
They could actually say through their attorneys they want the indictments thrown out because of prejudice and this media tour. We also reached out to Ms. Kohrs for an interview, but have not heard back yet to see what she has to say about this highly unusual…
DANA PERINO: Oh, she’s going to turn that one down? That’s something. She’ll turn that one down? She’ll do everybody else?
DAVID SPUNT: We’ll see.
DANA PERINO: What’s the matter? Cat’s got her tongue now, I guess.
All right. David Spunt, thank you.
Kohrs went on MSNBC where she was asked:
“Did you personally want to hear from the former President?”
Kohrs said: “I wanted to hear from the former President, but honestly, I kind of wanted to subpoena the former President because I got to swear everybody in.
“So I thought it would be really cool to get 60 seconds with President Trump.
“Of me looking at him and being like ‘do you solemnly swear’ and me getting to swear him in.
“I just feel like that would have been an awesome moment.”
CNN’s reaction to the foreperson of the Grand Jury that investigated Donald Trump in Georgia going on cable news and acting like a partisan political operative is telling:
“Why this person is talking on TV, I do not understand
“I guarantee you prosecutors are wincing.
“It’s a prosecutor’s nightmare.”