Georgia Senate Votes to Create Committee Investigating Fani Willis

The Georgia Senate voted 30-19 to create a special committee that will investigate Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

The committee will gather information relating to allegations that she misused taxpayer funds by having an improper relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade.

American Faith reported on the resolution’s proposal.

The initiative, led by State Senator Greg Dolezal (R-Forsyth), came after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp decided against initiating a criminal investigation into Willis last week.

Upon introducing the resolution, Dolezal said, The multitude of accusations surrounding Ms. Willis, spanning from allegations of prosecutorial misconduct to questions about the use of public funds and accusations of an unprofessional relationship, underscores the urgency for a thorough and impartial examination. We owe it to the public to ensure transparency, accountability and the preservation of the integrity of our justice system.”

The special committee will have six Democrats and three Republicans.

Meanwhile, state Rep. Charlice Byrd (R-Woodstock) filed a resolution to impeach Willis.

“The First Amendment is still the bedrock of this country and Fani Willis can’t overturn it because she has Trump Derangement Syndrome,” Byrd added. “It’s time our state lawmakers draw a line in the sand and put an end to her refusal to uphold the Constitution.”