The US House Judiciary Committee is reportedly looking into whether the Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis coordinated with a committee to organize events surrounding the Jan 6 storming of the US Capitol. This incident sparked a national debate on preserving and bolstering our democracy, and now the committee is exploring the possibility of any ties between Willis and the committee.
As of now, no evidence has been released that points directly to a connection between Willis and the committee or any other organization connected to the Jan 6 incident. The committee has, however, stated that they are concerned that someone in a position of public influence may have had a hand in facilitating this attack.
Willis has publicly denounced the attack on the US Capitol, and she has released a statement that she will “peacefully pursue justice for all who participated in this attack on our democracy and protect the interests of Georgians through strong prosecution of these crimes”.
According to one source, the Judiciary Committee is looking into whether communications Willis may have had with anyone associated with the events surrounding the attack led to any planning that may have gone into the incident. The investigation appears to be in its early stages as of now, and it’s unclear whether they will find any connection between Willis and the committee or any other organization connected to the Jan 6 attack.
The House Judiciary Committee’s investigation is an important step forward in holding those responsible for the attack on the US Capitol responsible for their actions. It is also possible that if a link is found between Willis and the committee or any associated organization, then further legal action could be taken against those parties as well.
Only time will tell if the committee finds any links between Willis and the organizations involved in the attack, so we will keep an eye on this developing story.