House Republicans have launched an investigation into Fulton County DA Fani Willis.

Republican members of the House are currently looking into Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis’s involvement with the J6 Committee.

Jim Jordan, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and Fani Willis, the subcommittee chairman of the House Administration Committee, hinted on Tuesday that they will investigate any potential “cooperation” between Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney Fani Willis and the previous House Jan. 6 committee.

The investigation, according to the two Republicans, will concentrate on correspondence between Willis’ office and the now-dissolved Jan. 6 committee. They cited a December 2021 letter that Willis wrote to Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the chairman of the panel, asking for access to witness interview transcripts and recordings, among other records.

In a letter to Willis on Tuesday, Ohio Representative Jordan (R) ordered that her office communicate with the congressional committee and provide any papers obtained from the panel. She also described her prosecution of former President Donald Trump as “politically motivated.”
In a separate letter, Thompson received a request from Rep.

Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., for correspondence in addition to complete lists of everyone the committee had investigated or deposed, along with copies of any documents that had been sent to third parties.

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