Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) forwarded a complaint to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and the state’s Attorney General regarding the allegations against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis last week. Rather than shutting down Willis’s politically motivated prosecution of Donald Trump, Governor Kemp pawned the probe off to a slow-moving committee and then hopped on a jet to Davos, Switzerland. He was invited to the World Economic Forum meeting again this year. So much for caring about his own state or America.
Fani Willis’s entire world fell apart last week when it was discovered that she’s been having an affair with a married man who she appointed to be the special prosecutor against Donald Trump. That married man, an unqualified attorney named Nathan Wade, has been billing Fulton County at an extravagant rate for his services and then spending the money to take Fani Willis on luxury vacations.
Willis appears to be personally and financially benefiting from prosecuting Donald Trump on fake RICO charges related to the 2020 election. Willis has now been subpoenaed by Wade’s wife, who is divorcing him.
Jumping into full damage control mode, Fani Willis preached a sermon over the weekend at the Big Bethel AME church in Atlanta. In case it’s been a while since you cracked open the New Testament, it is not biblical to allow an adulterous whore to preach a sermon to your congregation. I guess they do things differently at Big Bethel AME.
Naturally, Fani Willis used her “sermon” to play the race card. People are mad that she appointed a black man to prosecute Donald Trump, she claimed.
“You cannot expect black women to be perfect and save the world,” preached Willis.
Uh… can we expect you to adhere to some basic standards of decency and to not squander taxpayer funds that you paid to your married boyfriend for luxury cruises in the Caribbean?
We get it. You obviously attended the Kamala Harris School of Political Ethics for Women.
Now, could you please drop the charges against Donald Trump and resign before you embarrass yourself any further?
Not that she has anything to worry about from “Republican” Governor Brian Kemp. He forwarded Rep. Greene’s complaint to the state’s oversight committee, which moves slower than molasses at this time of year. Attorney General Chris Carr is also ignoring the situation, despite technically being Fani Willis’s boss.
“They’re [Kemp and Carr] sitting back and waiting,” she said. “It’s also no secret I don’t think either one of them supports President Trump.”
Kemp, as mentioned, then jumped on a plane to Davos. He’ll spend the next week meeting with Klaus Schwab and the other weirdoes at the World Economic Forum, as they plan to force us all to live in pods, own nothing, be happy, and eat bugs.
According to the prostitution app Titt4Tat in Europe, all hookers are booked solid for the next week in Davos, and they’ve all been priced at roughly $2,500 USD a night. If you’re a regular person and you want a hooker in Davos anytime this week, you’re out of luck, because they’re servicing the people at the meeting that Brian Kemp is at.
Your tax dollars at work, Georgia!
Just to give you a sense of the global forces that are aligned against Donald J. Trump and the America First movement, George Soros financed Fani Willis’s campaign for Fulton County DA. Soros will also be hanging out with Governor Brian Kemp and all those high-priced whores in Davos this week.
One person who is (hopefully—fingers crossed) taking the Fani Willis situation seriously is Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee. Judge McAfee has scheduled a hearing in mid-February to address the allegations against Willis and her high-priced lover Nathan Wade. The judge acknowledges the need to deliberate on the accusations of misuse of public funds and the scandalous affair between Willis and Wade.
In a perfect world, Judge McAfee would throw the case out and move to have Fani Willis and Nathan Wade disbarred. Fani Willis can play the race card all she likes, but her actions are indefensible. It’s amazing that all these prosecutors and litigants think they can go after a former president like this, and they’ll never have to face any consequences for their own wrongdoing.