by Adan Salazar

Grand jury forewoman Emily Kohrs admitted she wanted to swear in Trump cause she thought it would be ‘really cool.’

Did giddy grand jury forewoman just tank the entire investigation?

A “forewoman” for a special grand jury in Georgia investigating election interference by President Donald Trump bizarrely bragged to media outlets about multiple recommendations for indictments that are likely forthcoming.

On Tuesday, Emily Kohrs raised eyebrows with her peculiar mannerisms and wild assertion to NBC News that she wanted to indict Trump because it would have been “really cool” and an “awesome moment” for her.

“I wanted to hear from the former president, but honestly, I wanted to subpoena the former president because I got to swear everybody in, and so I thought it would be really cool to get 60 seconds with President Trump, of me looking at him and be like, ‘Do you solemnly swear,’ and me getting to swear him in…I just…I kinda just thought that would be an awesome moment,” Kohrs said, giggling.

In an interview with CNN, Kohrs again behaving erratically also revealed the list of recommended indictments was “not a short list” and said she would “be sad” and “frustrated” if the Fulton County district attorney doesn’t follow through on the indictments.

“There may be some names on that list that you wouldn’t expect. But the big name that everyone keeps asking me about – I don’t think you will be shocked,” she added elsewhere in the interview.

The interactions illustrate an obvious extreme bias that may throw a wrench in the grand jury’s case altogether.

Kohrs was panned on social media not only for her comments and queer behavior, but also for potential violations of grand jury secrecy procedures.

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