Former President Donald Trump — along with 18 other defendants — was indicted in Georgia on Aug. 14. The Fulton County grand jury's expansive 41-count indictment alleges a racketeering conspiracy to overturn the state's 2020 presidential election result. 

The state Prosecuting Attorneys Council has announced it will appoint a special prosecutor to step in based on a July 2022 ruling by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney forcing District Attorney Fani Willis to exclude Georgia Lt. Gov. Burt from her investigation.

Jones says he expected the state agency to step in to investigate his alleged interference in the 2020 election.

“We welcome the opportunity to talk to somebody who is not politically motivated and biased and just tell the truth,” Jones told GPB News. “And tell our side of the story.”

Jones is one of 16 self-appointed electors who falsely claimed that Trump won Georgia.

During his campaign, the Republican Jones legally challenged Willis' conflict of interest after she held a fundraiser for his Democratic opponent Charlie Bailey.

Jones blasted the DA's indictments against Trump and his 18 co-defendants.

“I think it's a waste of taxpayer money, number one," he said. "And I think there are higher and better priorities as far as crime and backlog in that office and things of that nature."

On Thursday, Jones joined the DeKalb and Fulton County Legislative Delegations for a Constituent Services Day across from the state Capitol in the Sloppy Floyd Building. Representatives from several statewide offices provided help during the two-hour event.

The event included a book drive in support of the Georgia Council on Literacy.