According to new court filings released on Tuesday, Fani Willis wants Alex Jones and Ronna McDaniel to testify in the Georgia case concerning Donald Trump.
There are many people in the Republican party who were more than happy to aid Donald Trump in any way they could. But now, with so many cases against the former President, there are judges who would like to hear from them. Two of those people are Jones and McDaniel.
Willis, who is prosecuting Trump in Georgia, wrote in one filing:
"Ronna McDaniel will provide evidence to the jury of Kenneth Chesebro's involvement in the conspiracy, including, without limitation, as it relates to communication between co-defendants Donald Trump and John Eastman regarding the conspiracy to cause certain individuals to falsely hold themselves out as the duly elected and qualified presidential electors for the November 3, 2020, presidential election."
A different filing from Willis read, "Alex Jones will provide evidence to the jury of Kenneth Chesebro's involvement in the conspiracy, including, without limitation, as it relates to his participation in the march on the Capitol on January 6, 2021."
Jones, of course, is no stranger to courtrooms. He recently lost a major suit filed by the parents of Sandy Hook victims. McDaniel has also been a strong supporter of the former President despite his refusal to show up for her RNC debates.