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Forewoman in Trump Grand Jury is so Strange Some Liberals Think She is a Plant

Forewoman in Trump Grand Jury is so Strange Some Liberals Think She is a Plant

“someone’s deliberate effort to damage a potential case against the ex-President?”

A special grand jury in Georgia is looking at Trump’s alleged election interference there, or something to that effect. Honestly, who can keep up with all of the liberal investigations of Trump?

The newsworthy aspect of this story is the grand jury forewoman, Emily Kohrs, who has been on a media tour where she comes off as so odd that some people are starting to wonder if she is working for Trump’s team.

Here are a few clips from the interviews that Kohrs has done recently:

She is apparently into witchcraft.

Tucker Carlson reacted on his show:

Even CNN’s Anderson Cooper didn’t understand why she is on TV:

Over at MSNBC, historian Michael Beschloss wonders if she is part of a pro-Trump conspiracy.

FOX News reported:

MSNBC historian suggests Georgia grand juror’s media tour was conspiracy to help Trump

NBC News and MSNBC historian Michael Beschloss promoted the idea that the bizarre media interviews with Georgia special grand jury forewoman Emily Kohrs might be a conspiracy to undermine the case looking into potential illicit 2020 election meddling on the part of former President Donald Trump.

The talking head floated out his idea Thursday that Kohrs’ media tour was either a bit of over-the-top, excitement about the ongoing case, or a “deliberate effort” to damage a case potentially incriminating of Trump’s alleged efforts to interfere in Georgia’s 2020 presidential election vote counting.

Beschloss asked on Twitter, “Was the sudden media tour by Georgia foreperson inspired by (a) innocent exuberance or (b) someone’s deliberate effort to damage a potential case against the ex-President?”

By promoting this conspiracy theory, the presidential historian seemed to admit he disapproved of Kohrs’ media tour, which dominated the news cycle earlier this week, for how bizarre and uncanny it was.

As Fox News Digital reported, Kohrs “baffled onlookers with her gleeful behavior and coyness during a recent media blitz.”

See his tweet below:

Even MSNBC, which put her on the air, is complaining.

Sometimes, Trump’s enemies are his greatest asset.

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Nah, she is an airhead wanting her 15 minutes. She is Tik Tok nation in a responsible position.

    In other words, she is a plant. The vegatable kind.

    Now, imagine the low IQ of the other jurors who voted for this grade-school level immature woman as the leader of their jury!

    Edward in reply to Whitewall. | February 25, 2023 at 4:48 pm

    When I saw clips of her “interview”, and the information that she had not voted in 2016 and 2020, I thought it probably was because she was just old enough to vote in 2022. Imagine my surprise when I read that she’s 30. Oh well, physical age isn’t the same as mental age.

That is because they can’t see themselves in a mirror.

    fscarn in reply to Martin. | February 25, 2023 at 12:57 pm

    Not a plant, just a loon so representative of the Democrat base. Proof positive that public schooling has been wildly successful in producing mindless drones who will happily vote us/US into the NWO.

From an AP story of old:

“Trump won handily among white women without college degrees — 60% to 39% — while Biden won white women with college degrees by roughly the same margin.”

Which would you guess she is? Is this what we have to look forward to? She seems the perfect dupe. There is no progressive hoax she is immune from.

    I read a FB post in Chinese posted by an immigrant in the USA. It says that the insane ideas of the Cultural Revolution found fertile ground among the educated and intellectuals. We have the same problem in the USA today.

      Stuytown in reply to Kepha H. | February 25, 2023 at 3:21 pm

      There are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them.

      George Orwell

      BierceAmbrose in reply to Kepha H. | February 25, 2023 at 5:54 pm

      “Educated and intellectuals” function in worlds of appealing ideas, and social consensus. You can sell them anything that makes them feel smart for thinking it, or accepted for proclaiming it.

      They’ve done a lot of that to get where they are. That’s why they get along so well with politicians and other entertainers.

    You made me curious.

    From “Who is Emily Kohrs?” at

    “Reports claim she was between jobs when she was summoned for jury duty, though her LinkedIn states that she has been employed as a scheduling coordinator at a court reporting agency. Her previous work experience overall consists of mostly retail and customer service roles.

    She studied technical theatre, and theatre design and technology at Columbus State University for one year.”

    There is more at the link.

green Live Matter

Weird “queer”? Weird “liberal”? Weird “trans”? Is it a progressive condition?

Let’s be merry and gay. #HateLovesAbortion

Wait a minute. Georgia allows the foreman to either be selected by the judge, or elected by fellow jurors. If a judge made this woman foreman, what were they thinking?! If her fellow jurors did, makes you wonder about them too!

    She volunteered and no one else wanted the extra paper work. Jury foreman is the least amount of power anyone could ever let go to their heads.

      BierceAmbrose in reply to Martin. | February 25, 2023 at 5:58 pm

      “Jury foreman is the least amount of power anyone could ever let go to their heads.”

      Less power than associate prof, or TA? That’s remarkable. (The “go to their heads” part goes without saying.)

Yup. Trump operatives secretly conspired to place an herb-toking witch onto a state grand jury, then maneuvered to make sure the other yahoos elected her foreman.
It’s just more of that famous 57-D chess that Trump is famous for, the skill that cemented his permanent hold on the White House along with his sidekick, the superhero “Q.”

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to henrybowman. | February 26, 2023 at 8:06 am

    But… did he send a mean tweet?!?

    I’m impressed. You found the obnoxious middle ground by mocking the story and the victim of this farce of a process. I hope you make campaign calls for DeSaintis so you can undermine any vestige of laughable support he has out there.

Given that she appears to be into witchcraft, Trump must have cast a spell on her to get her to do this. We must burn him at the stake. /s

    Martin in reply to jb4. | February 25, 2023 at 2:21 pm

    As we have drifted away from our religious roots various weird pseudo religious “spiritual” movements have become popular especially for young women.

    henrybowman in reply to jb4. | February 25, 2023 at 9:13 pm

    The hilarious part is Trump complaining that this is “the greatest Witch Hunt of all time.” Someone should ask the witch how she feels knowing she’s responsible for it.

    Ghostrider in reply to jb4. | February 26, 2023 at 3:01 am

    And Trump must have paid off her mortgage, too!

In the Dem world… nothing out of the ordinary. True equity.

Are we absolutely sure she is the jury and not the prosecutor?

Lots of odd young women out there seeking 15 minutes of fame, more online followers and bigger influence. All of them united in the belief that THEY alone are correct about the topic at hand not due to evidence, facts or logic but b/c their feelings tell them so.

The insanity of the left

President Trump deserves non of this

Absolutely everyone should be outraged

Jury of your peers?

This is America?

How w scared are you freaks like this would be on your jury? And the lead ?

Well, MY first reaction was to ask: “If DJT were deliberately trying to sabotage this investigation, what would he do differently?”

    Martin in reply to Brian. | February 25, 2023 at 2:23 pm

    Get someone of substance as jury foreman and convince the rest of the jury that the proposed evidence and indictments were absurd.

    Yes, this woman has to be a Trump plant to pull this off. I’ve got to admit, Trump has some really good lawyers.

Yet not shocked she is doing this as it’s her ticket to fame.
That surprised she wasn’t kicked off after the first word out her mouth in public tells you it’s a rigged system

    Milhouse in reply to Skip. | February 26, 2023 at 1:33 am

    Kicked off what? She didn’t open her mouth until the grand jury had submitted its report and was over.

Next move: OnlyFans.

It seems the only real crime is that at least one phone call was possibly recorded in Florida, which is a two-party consent state.

Evidently she missed the part of jury instructions where it’s explained that everything that happens in grand jury is secret and not to be divulged.

    Milhouse in reply to Chewbacca. | February 26, 2023 at 1:36 am

    There is no such part of the instructions. Only the grand jury’s deliberations are secret, and she hasn’t spoken about those.

    Concise in reply to Chewbacca. | February 26, 2023 at 10:54 am

    I hate to dignify this farce of an unconstitutional show as a “grand jury.” Not quite a court so we can’t call it a kangaroo court. Maybe a Joey? (I hear this is a baby kangaroo)

Think she’s a plant? If only The Feckless R’s were that good.

I believe a jury elects its foreperson. Is that also true of grand juries? In that case this wicked woman was elected by the other wicked people on the grand jury. I suspect the others were as bad.

A grand jury can be selected from a demographic or mailing list to go after Trump, or to go after people who were at the Capitol on J6. Given the amazingly bad “luck” the right has had with judge assignments in DC district, do we think that GJ member selection is any less biased?

Also these are losers who don’t have jobs to go to or children or relatives to care for, so they can take the time. If you ever get a jury or grand jury summons, try to serve! Only you can displace the tendency for the dregs of society to have power over the accused.

Question is…who in the hell at CNN and MSDNC thought it was a good idea to give this loon a platform

Did nobody there take one look at her and say “maybe this isn’t such a good idea”?

It’s simply the Kafka-eske tendency of the Left when faced with one of several options:
–If the individual has every voted for a Republican or has a friend who is Republican or owns a red hat, they’re a frothing right-wing loon and should be treated as such.
–If the individual says they’re a Republican, they’re evil. Treat as above.
–If the individual holds to the Left’s narrative correctly, they’re good. They’ll be defended no matter what.
–If the individual is a frothing left-wing loon with an internet history that can’t be hidden and is making a mockery of the narrative, blame the nasty Republicans for planting them.

Jury of your peers. Right. Trump would get as fair a trial in NYC as the J6 defendants are getting.

I’m not buying it. This woman is by no means “strange” by liberal standards. Compared to a typical lib, she’s a wallflower.

Is liberalism truly a mental disorder, or is it merely a cult that attracts the insane?

Chicken. Egg.

The Gentle Grizzly | February 26, 2023 at 8:10 am

She’s nothing less or more than Blakey-Ford. Someone who BADLY needs attention and does what it takes to get it.

Que the bangos.

Why do these types always look and sound like this, a caricature of some weird joke? What’s her background that afforded selection for this Sham GJ then as chair? Geez.

Okay, Mr. LaChance, this is all interesting but, to be more fully informed, LI readers need to know: What are her pronouns?

I would think it was cool if I were on a jury and got to swear Trump or any former President in to testify. I wouldn’t go on a national media tour and tell everyone, though as there is that impartial thing.
She seems nice enough just a crank. I’m surprised they are still going after this as I listened to the phone call and knew exactly what Trump was asking as did any honest observer. He thought there was massive fraud of at least the number of votes he lost by in GA and wanted the State to go find that fraud not manufacture votes.