“When you read the indictment, Fani Willis is complaining about alleged criminal behavior in other jurisdictions — Michigan, Arizona, Pennsylvania. That requires diversity jurisdiction, which means it goes to federal court. And the other, is absolute immunity on a motion to dismiss. You know the president has a duty to enforce the laws. If he is seeking to unravel and uncover fraudulent votes, he has immunity to do so. I think that will be a motion to dismiss and I think it’s actually a serious motion to be made.” – Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett.
Jarrett previously appeared here when he claimed that Nancy Pelosi scheduled the Capitol Riot to coincide with the arrival of her daughter’s film crew, and when he claimed that his WiFi “mysteriously” goes out whenever he writes about Biden.