(PresidentialHill.com)- Cassidy Hutchinson, a witness from January 6 and a former official in Donald Trump’s White House, will testify this week in front of the grand jury investigating President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is leading the investigation.
The political media world was set ablaze in July by Hutchinson, a former top adviser to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. During a surprise hearing of the January 6 committee in July, Hutchinson blasted bombshell after bombshell, setting the political media world on fire. The fire was tamped out with the wet blanket realization that the “bombshells” she delivered were hearsay and were not subject to cross-examination. In short, Hutchinson was the walking embodiment of a tabloid headline generator.
On Monday, CNN’s Jake Tapper reported that Hutchinson would assist with the special grand jury investigating Trump’s attempt to reverse election results in Georgia. The Georgia State Special Grand Jury is conducting the investigation.
A source with knowledge of the situation told CNN’s Jake Tapper that former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson would testify on Wednesday in front of the Fulton County Grand Jury in connection with the investigation being conducted by District Attorney Fani Willis into efforts by Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the results of the 2020 election. Tapper wrote this information on Twitter.
Besides her opinions and gossip, it is not clear what Hutchinson provides other than fever dreams.
Hutchinson had in the past cooperated with the investigations conducted by the January 6 House Select Committee and the Justice Department. Her “revelations” did not advance the political football.
Announcing that Trump “failed to comply” with their subpoena and promising to consider “further steps” to deal with his non-compliance, the January 6 Committee made its announcement practically simultaneously with the news just released.
Republicans take control of the House of Representatives in January. The time limit on that probe might be reached.
But there is no such limitation on the Georgia investigation, and Maggie Haberman, a reporter for the New York Times and a well-known “Trump Whisperer,” has previously stated that Trump fears Willis even more than the Department of Justice’s investigation that began on January 6.
One could theoretically fear something more while not fearing it all that much.