GA Prosecutor and Alleged Fani Willis Lover Met with Biden White House Counsel Prior To Trump RICO Indictment

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who receives funding from George Soros, is alleged to have engaged in an inappropriate romantic relationship with a senior prosecutor in her office who was hired to pursue President Trump.

The relationship reportedly resulted in financial benefits for Willis, as she allegedly received luxury vacations to Napa Valley and the Caribbean that were paid for with funds from Fulton County.

These allegations were included in a motion filed by Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign official facing charges in Willis’ RICO case against Trump.

Roman’s motion seeks the dismissal of his charges and the disqualification of Willis, Nathan Wade (the special prosecutor), and all members of the DA’s office involved in the RICO case.

“County records show that Wade, who has played a prominent role in the election interference case, has been paid nearly $654,000 in legal fees since January 2022. The DA authorizes his compensation.” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

In November 2021, Fani Willis appointed Nathan Wade as a special prosecutor.

In the year 2022, prior to Trump’s indictment, he had two meetings with Biden’s White House Counsel.

The first meeting took place in May 2022, and the second occurred in November 2022.


courtesy of Marco Polo


courtesy of Marco Polo

House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan began an investigation in August to determine if Fani Willis was collaborating with federal officials during her extensive investigation into Trump.

“Ms. Willis’s indictment and prosecution implicate substantial federal interests, and the circumstances surrounding her actions raise serious concerns about whether such actions are politically motivated,” Jim Jordan wrote in August.

Willis initiated her investigation into Trump in February 2021, but she deliberately timed the charges against the former president and current front-runner of the GOP for the 2024 election season when it was at its peak.

“Ms. Willis’s indictment and prosecution implicate substantial federal interests, and the circumstances surrounding her actions raise serious concerns about whether such actions are politically motivated,” Jim Jordan wrote in August.

Willis began her investigation into Trump in February 2021 yet she waited until the 2024 election season was in full swing to charge the former president and current leading GOP candidate.

“The timing of this prosecution reinforces concerns about your motivation. In February 2021, news outlets reported that you directed your office to open an investigation into President Trump.”

“Indeed, sometime on or around February 11, 2021, your office purportedly sent a letter to several Republican officials in Georgia, requesting that they preserve documents relating to a “matter . . . of high priority” that your office was investigating. Yet, you did not bring charges until two-and-a-half years later, at a time when the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination is in full swing,” Jordan wrote in the letter.

In August, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich revealed that he had been informed by a credible source that Fulton County DA Fani Willis’s office had collaborated with officials in Washington DC.

According to Gingrich, this source claimed that Willis received a phone call from DC on a Friday, instructing her to indict Trump on the following Monday as a means of diverting attention from the Weiss-Hunter Biden controversy.

Furthermore, the unnamed individual who made the call allegedly demanded that Willis summon the grand jurors on Monday afternoon and proceed with Trump’s indictment later that evening.

“I am told by a reliable source that Friday evening that somebody from Washington called the District Attorney from Atlanta and said ‘you have to indict on Monday – we have to cover up all the mistakes we just made with Weiss,’ and she said apparently, ‘my jurors aren’t coming back until Tuesday,’ and they said ‘you didn’t hear me, you have to indict on Monday,’ and she said, ‘They’re not going to be here before noon…this means it’s going to be 8 or 9 or 10 o’clock at night!’” Newt told Charlie Kirk.

ICYMI: LEAK: Fulton County Prosecutors Put Mike Pence on Witness List to Testify Against Trump in RICO Case

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