Whew, boy. Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis just had a really, really bad day in court. Given how she’s attempting to assist the Democratic Party in nailing former President Donald Trump to the wall ahead of the general election, it couldn’t happen to a better person. Especially when you find out how corrupt, vile, and immoral Willis is. The left is really exposing themselves through the course of the indictments made against Trump, which means their efforts to prevent him from being the GOP nominee are backfiring big time.
All the evidence you need to verify that claim is the victory Trump took in the Iowa caucuses, where he pulled 51 percent of the vote, smashing his biggest competition at the time, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, by 30 points. This is an astounding landslide win. The left has only succeeded in making the former president stronger and more well liked by the general public than ever before.
Now, back to Willis and her terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day in court.
via Daily Caller:
Cobb County Superior Court Judge Henry Thompson unsealed the divorce case Monday for Fani Willis’ alleged lover, Nathan Wade, who she appointed as special prosecutor on the case against former President Donald Trump.
Thompson ruled that the case should be unsealed, but deferred on deciding whether Willis will be required to testify, temporarily blocking the deposition scheduled for Tuesday but leaving the possibility open for a later date. During the Monday hearing, Thompson also stopped attorneys from discussing Willis’ claim that requiring her to testify would interfere with “an ongoing criminal prosecution,” which she raised in her bid to quash the subpoena issued by the attorney for Nathan Wade’s wife, Joycelyn Wade.
Trump co-defendant Michael Roman previously accused Willis in a motion of awarding her alleged lover, Wade, a “lucrative” contract to work on the case against Trump, claiming she benefited from this when he took her on trips and cruises using the money he earned from his position. Bank statements contained in a filing Friday revealed that Wade purchased tickets to San Francisco and Miami in Willis’ name. He also made two $1,387 and $1,284 payments for the Royal Caribbean cruise on the same day he bought the plane tickets to Miami.
“She’s not seeking protection,” Andrea Hastings, the lawyer who is representing Joycelyn Wade, went on to say during the Tuesday hearing. “She’s seeking prohibition of our ability to access facts.”
“She’s trying to hide under the shield of her position,” Hastings added. “Whatever her job is has nothing to do with whether or not she should have to sit for this deposition.”
The judge gave a proverbial “shush” to Hastings as she tried to bring up the claim made by Willis that pursuing the subpoena would be the same as “obstructing justice.”
“That’s why I told Mr. Axam [Willis’ attorney] to stay away from that,” the judge commented. “I don’t really want to hear that today.”
Thompson then ruled that he was, at this time, unable to determine if Willis has “unique personal knowledge” that would require her to provide testimony in the divorce proceedings.
“Only after I hear what Mr. Wade has to say do I think I can make a determination,” he added, pointing out there is a hearing scheduled to take place in nine days where testimony can be offered.
Thompson did, however, grant a motion to unseal filings in the case. The case, filed the day after Wade’s contract with the District Attorney’s office began, has been sealed since February 2022.
“I find that the prior order, though it was by consent of parties, was not properly entered,” Thompson said, noting no hearing was held on the matter.
EXCLUSIVE: Fulton County Commissioner Bob Ellis requested Friday that DA Fani Willis disclose information relating to her potential “misuse” of county funds, per a letter obtained by the @DailyCaller News Foundation.https://t.co/QTpAi4hksc
— Katelynn Richardson (@katesrichardson) January 19, 2024
Wade has made a healthy chunk of change by the Fulton County District Attorney’s office since 2022, earning somewhere in the ballpark of $654,000. That’s a pretty significant amount, wouldn’t you say? He found himself a sugar mama in Willis.
Just last week at Big Bethel AME Church, Willis falsely said that she paid all three of the special prosecutors the same hourly rate. No, she in fact, did not. Her boyfriend made more. Apparently Willis does not understand the meaning of the phrase, “conflict of interest.”
Willis awarded a higher-paying contract to her alleged lover, paying Wade at a rate of $250 an hour while paying John Floyd, the attorney known as the state’s top racketeering expert, just $200 an hour as of May 2023, according to billing statements and contracts obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.
The motion to disqualify Willis, filed by Roman, will be considered by Judge Scott McAffee at a Feb. 15 hearing.
I really want to see Willis held accountable for all of this nonsense and for the left to be exposed for the crooks they are.
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