March 18, 2023

FRAGILITY: Georgia GOP attempts to legally silence powerful Black women

FRAGILITY: Georgia GOP attempts to legally silence powerful Black women

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The fragile white male Georgia MAGAts won’t come right out and say they are scared of Black women and the truths they deliver, of course, bless their threatened little racist misogynistic hearts, but damn, are they afeared of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (and any other Black woman in a position of power), who might just be the first person in history to indict a former president*.

Because mediocre white MAGAmen think they’re being “erased” in America, the GOP-dominated Georgia legislature is considering new bills that would give them the power to remove any prosecutors they want to “create state-level oversight” and “lower the threshold for recall campaigns.”

Translation: “We want to get rid of that Black lady who wants to indict Daddy Donny and some of us too!”

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The measure was introduced after some high-profile Trump loyalists/racist GOP legislators in Georgia promoted the idea of a recall campaign against Willis, even though the effort would be unlikely to succeed in the very Blue Fulton County.

Weird how this is happening just as Fani Willis is about to announce a bunch of indictments connected to Trump’s 2020 election fraud in Georgia, huh? Is Gov. Brian “I Really Hate Black Women But Especially Stacey Abrams” KKKemp a little worried about some consequences or something?

Coincidentally, Georgia also now has fourteen minority prosecutors, a state record that’s a significant increase from just five in 2020, the same year Willis was voted into office.

So odd, I know!

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Changing laws just because you’re worried you’ll get into big trouble is a giant red flag, so Fani could probably speed up that “imminent” announcement she referred to a very long few weeks ago now, please.

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Editor’s note: This is an opinion column that solely reflects the opinions of the author.

Tara Dublin

Tara Dublin is a woefully unrepresented writer who thinks more people would read her cool rock & roll love story inspired by Dave Grohl than any ghostwritten GOP crapbook, agents & publishers. Follow Tara on Twitter @taradublinrocks

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