Congresswoman calls for criminal investigation of Trump prosecutor Fani Willis

 January 13, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., has announced she has asked for a criminal investigation of Fani Willis, the Georgia prosecutor who consulted with the White House and then assembled an unlikely "organized crime" case against President Donald Trump and more than a dozen others.

In an announcement on social media, she said, "I just sent a criminal referral requesting an immediate investigation into Fani Willis and her alleged secret boyfriend Nathan Wade, to Gov. Brian Kemp and AG Chris Carr," she said.

"Georgians are sick and tired of Fani using her office to go after Joe Biden's top political opponent rather than going after real crime in Georgia."

Willis' case against Trump is over the events surrounding the 2020 election, which evidence now shows was subjected to outside influences that were massive – and unlike any election interference from previous elections.

Those were that Mark Zuckerberg handed out some $400 million plus to elections officials who often recruited Democrat voters. No previous American election ever had had such a massive sum injected – outside the ordinary paths of election spending, which is monitored.

Further, the FBI decided to interfere by telling media corporations to suppress accurate, but damaging, reporting about the Biden family's international business schemes.

A poll later showed that interference likely cost President Trump the 2020 election.

The New York Post explains the current scandal involving Willis is over her relationship, and the hiring of, a "special prosecutor" to work on her case against Trump.

The publication reported just a day ago Wade "did not deny having an affair with his boss, Fani Willis when he was spotted Thursday for the first time since the bombshell allegations came to light."

The report said he "appeared to be openly carrying a handgun," but refused to respond, but also failed to issue a denial, "when asked by The Post if he had spent any of the $654,000 he had earned working on the Trump case to take Willis on lavish trips."

Willis, the DA in Fulton County, claims in court documents that there was "election interference" by Trump.

"She hired Wade, her alleged secret lover and a private attorney with the Atlanta-based Wade & Campbell Firm, to oversee the case in late 2021," the report said.

The Post documented that Wade and Willis "were accused of having an 'improper' and 'clandestine' relationship in a stunning motion filed Monday by Michael Roman, one of Trump’s 18 co-defendants in Willis’ Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) probe."

The accusations include that Wade paid for exotic vacations with Willis to the Caribbean and other locations, using "the legal fees he’s been paid by the Fulton County DA’s office," which have totaled nearly $700,000 in 2021 and 2022 alone.

The court filing states, "Willis and Wade have engaged in a personal relationship both before and after Willis appointed Wade as the special prosecutor in the instant case. Willis and Wade were romantically involved prior to Willis awarding a contract for legal services to Wade. It is not entirely clear when the relationship began, but it began while Wade was married."

The court filing said the payments made to Wade from Fulton County and his subsequent purchase of vacations with Willis could amount to honest services fraud, "a federal crime in which a vendor gives kickbacks to an employer."

The court filing charged, "It is also possible this could be prosecuted under the federal racketeering statute."

Roman, targeted by Willis with seven charges, is seeking that Willis be removed from the case, and the case be dismissed.

And Willis has now been subpoenaed in Wade's divorce proceedings.

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