“On 20 March 2023, former President Trump filed a motion that, if granted, would quash the final report of the Special Purpose Grand Jury, a body the Superior Court of Fulton County authorized to investigate possible criminal interference into the 2020 general election in Georgia. The motion also seeks the disqualification of the District Attorney’s Office from any further investigation into or prosecution of such alleged interference. The District Attorney’s Office is ORDERED to file a response to the motion no later than 1 May 2023. That response, beyond addressing the various contentions in the former President’s motion, should also include an opinion on whether the motion requires a hearing for proper resolution,” writes Fulton County, Georgia Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney in ordering DA Fani Willis to respond to disgraced former President Trump’s motion to quash the special grand jury report and disqualify McBurney and Willis from last Monday.
That it took a week for McBurney to even acknowledge Trump’s tantrum and that he gave Willis more than a month to file her response says a lot about what the judge thinks of it, and nothing good for Trump. That’s quite a window for Willis to move ahead with her “imminent” indictment and even then who knows how long he’d take to rule and give Trump something to appeal after May 1st.