Georgia Whistleblowers Ready to Testify Against Fulton County DA Fani Willis

( – Georgia investigators began their analysis into alleged misconduct by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. She’s the woman responsible for bringing election interference charges against former President Trump and 18 other defendants after Trump asked Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger if there were potentially more votes for him to be discovered in the aftermath of the 2020 election.

State Sen. Bill Cowsert (R) opened the proceedings with the announcement that there are multiple whistleblowers who had worked with DA Willis who are prepared to testify that she engaged in misconduct, including inappropriate use of taxpayer funds (both federal and state). The left-leaning DA has been under scrutiny since divorce proceedings from another lawyer in her office’s employ, Nathan Wade, was revealed to be engaged in an extramarital affair with Willis, his boss.

Cowsert said that their investigation was not a political “witch hunt” but rather an examination to discover the truth of the allegations against Willis.

Trump and his legal team have suggested all charges against them be dropped after the allegations against Willis and Wade came to light.

Trump co-defendant Michael Roman filed paperwork alleging the improper affair was entangled with their prosecution after Willis hired Wade to work on the case. Roman’s lawyers suggest there was a conflict of interest and suggested Willis benefited financially from lavish vacations which Wade purchased using his taxpayer-funded salary.

Willis has suggested the allegations are “salacious” and claims there’s no merit to them, but she previously established in court filings that their relationship goes back to 2019.

House Republicans have subpoenaed Willis to testify several times regarding her use of taxpayer funds. In their written response, her office denies the allegations which they call “baseless” and suggests a similar determination will be forthcoming from the courts.

Democrat state Sen. Gloria Butler ironically suggested the allegations against her are a “political witch hunt” which is the same characterization Trump’s defenders have made for all the four indictments against him.

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