DA Fani Willis Paid Married Lover & Jeopardized Trump Case

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who made a name for herself by indicting former President Donald Trump, is now finding herself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. This scandal could spell trouble for her position and even lead to her removal.

It turns out that Willis paid a large sum of money to her married lover, Nathan Wade, despite his lack of relevant experience. Can you believe it? This guy was brought on to help prosecute Trump under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act without any RICO-related experience. And to make matters worse, he’s been paid a whopping $654,000 in legal fees since January 2022. That’s a lot of cash!

Not only was Wade given a sweet deal, but he was also allowed to bill taxpayers $100 more per hour than another attorney, John Floyd, who actually knows a thing or two about trying RICO cases. Talk about favoritism!

This scandal has put “blood in the water,” as one commentator put it. While some people don’t think there are valid grounds to remove Willis from prosecuting Trump, others are raising serious concerns about her conduct. It’s been argued that if she violated the constitution and was fundamentally unfair in carrying out her prosecutorial duties, then the entire case against Trump could be dismissed. Yikes!

But the problems don’t stop there. If Willis is recused, then her whole office may need to be recused too. That means the entire team of prosecutors would have to be taken off the case. What a mess! It’s clear that this scandal has raised serious questions about Willis’ ability to impartially carry out her duties as district attorney.

Now, some may argue that Willis had the right to disclose her relationship with Wade under Georgia law. But let’s be real here – just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should. And in this case, it’s clear that Willis made a serious error in judgment. Her actions have not only cast doubt on the integrity of the Trump prosecution but also on the entire office of the district attorney.

It’s time for some accountability. Willis needs to answer for her questionable decisions and the potential consequences they may have on the case against Trump. And if it’s found that she acted unfairly or violated the constitution, then she should be removed from her position. Our justice system deserves better than this kind of scandal and favoritism.

Written by Staff Reports

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