Corrupt Democrat On The Run – Trump Has Her Cornered

Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney Fani Willis is under tremendous pressure to continue her legal struggle against former president Donald Trump. This week, a public court document revealed that Georgia’s appeals court approved Trump’s request to withdraw her from the case.
 

The order states, “Upon consideration, we hereby grant the Application for Interlocutory Appeal.”

Judge Scott McAfee’s decision back in March mandated that Willis resign from her role as Trump’s prosecutor or fire special prosecutor Nathan Wade. Aside from accusations of preferential treatment, such as Wade receiving better pay despite his colleagues’ greater expertise in RICO cases, the judgment coincided with the disclosure of an affair between Willis and Wade.

With the disgraceful verdict, Fani Willis achieved an enormous victory. There was evidence at Willis’s hearing on her conflict of interest that she had misled about the start of her relationship with Wade. After that, she should have immediately faced disqualification and disbarment, but instead, her lover, Nathan Wade, immediately quit, allowing her to continue working on the case.

The court’s decision to hear the application is a severe blow to Willis, but McAfee granted the certificate of prompt review that Trump and eight of his co-defendants wanted despite the disgraceful finding.

According to Reuters, “the judgment prolongs the court struggle over a relationship that defense attorneys have attempted to undermine the case,” which is between Fani Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County, and a former senior deputy. In an attempt to reverse a judge’s March decision that let Willis continue overseeing the prosecution, Trump and eight of his co-defendants indicted in the Georgia state court have petitioned the appeals court.

In one of the four criminal cases that Trump is up against in his bid to defeat President Joe Biden on November 5th, the court’s decision to consider the appeal before going to trial may result in more delays in the case. Trump entered a not guilty plea and charged that the prosecution was trying to harm his campaign for political reasons.

If the appeals courts agree with Trump’s plea, it will, at least, cause more delays in the proceedings and may lead to Willis’s removal from the case.

The proof that she misrepresented her connection with Wade is astonishing. In November 2021, Willis named Wade as special prosecutor in the Trump case, claiming under oath that they had been “professional partners and friends since 2019” but not yet romantically linked. Wade also stated in his testimony that their connection began following his appointment.

However, a former “close buddy” and Willis employee asserted in court that Willis and Wade had a sexual connection from 2019 until their last communication, which occurred at least in 2022. Additionally, phone location information seemed to contradict the statements made by Willis and Wade. Before Willis hired Wade, Wade made at least 35 visits to the neighborhood, according to cellphone location data, and it seemed like some of those excursions were overnight stays.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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