Washington Examiner: Donald Trump indictment: Georgia’s pardon law draws scrutiny

Washington Examiner

Georgia’s pardon system is attracting attention in the aftermath of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis indicting former President Donald Trump on racketeering charges for his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election.

Mike Davis, the president of the legal nonprofit Article III Project and ardent Trump supporter, said, “The whole point of a governor’s pardon is to correct an injustice, and what Democrat Fulton County DA Fani Willis is doing to 19 defendants is a grave injustice, is lawless.”

He asked, “What happens if there is a grave injustice? The person has to sit in jail for five years before he can correct that grave injustice?”

Asked if he thought Kemp could push for changes to the pardon process in his state, Davis said, “It sounds like Gov. Kemp is fine with Republic-ending Democrat lawfare against their political enemies. … This is why Gov. Kemp is the Democrats’ favorite Republican governor.”

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