Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is now the focus of a growing scandal surrounding her sham prosecution of Donald Trump on charges relating to the 2020 election.
The more investigators dig, the rottener Willis’ indictment against Trump looks.
And Jim Jordan dropped the hammer on Fani Willis with this bombshell announcement.
Fani Willis flippantly disregarded two requests from Jim Jordan for information about her coordination with the Biden administration and special counsel Jack Smith in her witch hunt against Donald Trump.
But now Jordan is ramping up the pressure following shocking allegations that Willis hired her lover Nathan Wade as the special prosecutor in the Trump case and paid him nearly $700,000 over a two year period.
Willis also stands accused of taking kickbacks from Wade in the form of Wade using the money Willis paid them to take the couple of fancy vacations.
Americans learned all this in a court filing from Trump co-defendant Mark Roman that hit Washington like a nuclear bomb.
Roman asked Judge Scott McAfee to disqualify Willis’ entire office from the case and dismiss the charges on the grounds that Willis violated conflict of interest laws by bringing Wade on board.
Jordan announced a new investigation into Willis and Wade, citing the fact that Congress appropriated over $14 million to the Fulton County District Attorney’s office, and it was Congress’ constitutional prerogative to exercise oversight on how Willis spent that money.
In his letter to Wade, Jordan wrote that Wade’s questionable billing practices revealed collusion with Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Committee that Willis tried to keep secret from the public and Donald Trump’s legal team.
“Although Ms. Willis has so far refused to cooperate with our oversight of the FCDAO’s coordination with other politically motivated prosecutions, invoices that you submitted for payment by the FCDAO, and made public as part of this court filing, highlight this collusion,” Jordan’s letter states. “This new information appears to substantiate our concerns that Ms. Willis’s politicized prosecution, including the decision to convene a special purpose grand jury, was aided by partisan Democrats in Washington, D.C.”
Jordan cited one strange invoice where Wade billed Willis’ for 24 hours of work in one day, which Wade described as “Team meeting: Conf w/ Jan 6: Research legal issues to prep interv.”
Critics allege that Wade and Willis coordinated with the January 6 Committee so they could keep what they learned secret from the defendants in the case and not turn over whatever evidence they gathered as part of the discovery process.
Wade meeting with the highly partisan January 6 Committee also casts the indictment in a new light, as it now looks like part of a highly coordinated effort by Democrats at the state and federal level to tie Donald Trump in court as much as possible during the 2024 election.
The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office received approximately $14.6 million in grant funds from the DOJ between 2020 and 2023
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