Fani Willis Faces Potential Contempt of Congress Proceedings Over Subpoena Non-Compliance - EVOL

House Republicans have informed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis that she may be subject to contempt of Congress proceedings for purportedly failing to comply with a subpoena demanding the release of records concerning her office’s utilization of federal funds in connection with her prosecution of former President Donald Trump.

Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), has issued a warning of potential contempt of Congress action against Ms. Willis. In a letter dated March 14, the Republican lawmaker accused the Fulton County DA of insufficient compliance with the subpoena issued on February 2 and of tarnishing the reputation of a “brave whistleblower” who spoke out about her alleged misuse of federal fund grants.

The origin of the subpoena can be linked to a report from the Washington Free Beacon. The report alleged that a whistleblower, a former employee in Ms. Willis’s office, was demoted after raising concerns to Ms. Willis about the purported misuse of federal grant funds. These funds, intended for gang activity prevention, were allegedly used for trips and laptops instead.

“Instead of using these federal grant funds for the intended purpose of helping at-risk youths, your office sought to use the grant funds



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