Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis just keeps digging the hole deeper. Her career and her case against Donald Trump are both in dire trouble because of the extramarital affair she had (or is having) with the loverboy she appointed to lead the prosecution.
Next week, both Willis and her boyfriend, Nathan Wade, are going to have to face the cameras in the courtroom and explain their actions. Meanwhile, President Trump has filed a motion to have the whole case dismissed since it is tainted by the obvious corruption of Fani Willis’s office.
One of President Trump’s co-defendants, Michael Roman, brought the Willis-Wade extramarital affair to light in court filings last month. The two carried on a years-long affair, and when Willis had the opportunity to appoint Wade as special prosecutor, she did so. Billing Fulton County taxpayers $250 an hour, Nathan Wade raked in close to $1 million in legal fees. Wade proceeded to start taking Fani Willis on luxury vacations around the world with his newfound cash—all while he was a married man.
Mrs. Wade subpoenaed Fani Willis to come testify in her divorce case. Just a couple of days before her testimony was supposed to happen, Nathan Wade settled with his ex-wife outside of court. That meant Fani Willis didn’t have to testify, so they dodged a bullet there.
They’re both trying to get out of testifying in court next week, but it looks like the judge is peeved enough that he’s going to make them explain themselves. Fani Willis finally admitted last week that she had developed a “personal relationship” with Nathan Wade, but she claims it was only after she had appointed him in 2021 to lead the Trump prosecution. Willis said that she only started the relationship with Wade in 2022.
That was a lie, according to new information that’s just come to light.
According to affidavits filed with the court, witnesses are going to testify that Wade and Willis started their relationship back in 2019. They’ll testify that the pair lived together in Fani’s South Fulton home until her father moved in with her. (More on Fani Willis’s dad in a second!)
Worst of all, the pair paid for a “safe house” near the Atlanta airport with taxpayer funds. They basically took on a long-term rental of an Airbnb house and moved in there together. Witnesses plan to testify next week that all of this happened before Fani Willis appointed Nathan Wade.
Fani Willis is, of course, a “Soros prosecutor” in every sense of the term. If you’ve ever felt like these Soros prosecutors are little communists that come out of a vat in a laboratory somewhere, you’re not wrong. People like Fani are raised as communists from birth.
Get this—Fani Willis’s father was the live-in boyfriend of Angela Davis in the 1960s. She’s the communist radical who purchased the shotgun used to blow a District Court judge’s head off in 1970 in a huge shootout with police in Marin County, CA. Fani Willis’s dad is communist, and she was raised as a communist radical from birth. Soros probably planned to dump cash into her campaign for DA years before she even finished law school.
Anyway, that’s who President Donald Trump is up against in this bogus Georgia case. On Wednesday, Trump’s lawyers asked the judge to dismiss the charges entirely because of Fani Willis’s corrupt and unethical actions.
Remember that big sermon that she preached in an Atlanta mega-church after the revelations of her affair came to light? Willis claimed that the attacks against her were baseless (the affair that she’s now admitted to) and racially motivated. Every TV news station in the country covered the sermon and gave her glowing praise for it—but that was yet another miscalculation by Fani’s legal advisors. These people are really not very good lawyers.
Trump’s lawyers, who actually are good at their jobs, are arguing that she has violated Fulton County’s ethics requirements by delivering that sermon because it amounts to “improper extrajudicial public comments.” The fact that she played the race card on national television has tainted the jury pool, in other words. Not to mention the fact that prosecutors are not supposed to blab about their cases the way that she has.
We don’t know how the judge is going to rule next week, but it’s not looking good for Fani Willis and Nathan Wade. If the judge is ethical and good at his job, he should toss the entire case in the garbage and dismiss all charges against Donald Trump and his 18 co-defendants.