Irrespective of how you feel about the downpour of indictments on former President Donald J. Trump, are you the slightest bit troubled by the utter lack of curiosity on the part of Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis?
During a brief Q&A period Monday night, when she was asked about how the so-called “fictitious” indictment got posted online, she resorted, in effect, to Freddie Prinze’s catch phrase, “It’s not my job, man.”
It’s something the clerk’s office does, she said, and she has no knowledge of how that works.
Let’s take that as face value, just for fun.
Some unknown person apparently hacked a state website to post fictitious information (which actually won’t help or harm Trump’s case) and she blows off the question? Not even a “We will have to look into that.”
Nothing. Zero curiosity about what is — let’s face it — a criminal act. Curiosity may have killed the cat, but Willis is not a cat.
It calls into question her zeal to enforce the law against all parties, and handed the Trumpsters a handy talking point — she is so biased against Trump she ignores other law-breaking.
As I said, the fake post is immaterial to the outcome of the trial — when it happens — but it created another fracture in our failing faith in the legal system.
Willis is guilty of that.