Saturday, February 25, 2023

Is Emily Kohrs a 'Witch'? What We Know About Georgia Grand Jury Foreperson


Is Emily Kohrs a 'Witch'? What We Know About Georgia Grand Jury Foreperson 
Emily Kohrs, the grand jury forewoman in the investigation into former President Donald Trump's alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election, has caused an uproar on social media following a slew of interviews. The jury has wrapped up its months-long investigation and delivered its final report to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. However, it does not have the authorization to issue indictments. This power falls to Willis, who can impanel a traditional grand jury that can indict individuals. Following interviews this week by Kohrs, there has been increased interest in who the 30-year-old Fulton County resident is. That has now taken a somewhat stranger turn, with some observers questioning whether she is a "witch" because of her interests highlighted on the social media platform Pinterest. For some critics of the investigation, this has neatly tied into their claims that Trump is facing a "witch hunt." Gaia, a self-described community that "empowers the global evolution of consciousness" described the modern phenomenon of a "witch" in a 2019 report. "Witches today can be defined in three ways: Someone who actively practices magical rituals or spells, someone who has a spiritual connection such as psychic medium or a tarot reader, or someone who worships the Pagan gods," the report said. Conservative talk show host Charlie Kirk shared images of Kohrs' Pinterest page on social media on Wednesday.He captioned the image: "Emily Kohrs, the foreperson on the Trump grand jury in Georgia, really putting the WITCH in Witch Hunt." Source

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