GOP rep. calls for resignation of Fani Willis

 February 5, 2024

U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) thinks that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) ought to resign, given the recent allegations that she is facing. 

Greene said as much in a recent exclusive interview with Breitbart News.

Willis is the district attorney who has charged former President Donald Trump with committing various crimes when he and his associates attempted to challenge Georgia's results in the 2020 presidential election.

Recently, however, all of the focus has been put on Willis, ever since it was discovered that she has a relationship with Nathan Wade, the man whom she has chosen to prosecute Trump.


Willis's affair with Wade is only part of the story.

It has also been alleged that, in selecting Wade to prosecute Trump, Willis awarded Wade a highly lucrative contract, despite the fact that Wade might not even be qualified to conduct the prosecution. And, on top of this, it has been alleged that Wade used some of the money that Willis awarded him to take Willis on trips.

Not all of this has been confirmed. But, Willis did recently admit that she did, in fact, have a relationship with Wade.

"Embattled Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis admitted on Friday to having a “personal relationship” with the lead prosecutor she hired for former President Donald Trump’s election interference case – but shot down claims the relationship ever tainted proceedings," the New York Post reports.

The outlet adds, "Willis insisted there were no grounds to toss Trump’s case — or disqualify her from it – because she hadn’t sparked up the relationship with Nathan Wade when she tapped him to lead the prosecution back in 2021, according to a 176-page filing submitted Friday."


Suffice it to say that Greene is not buying what Willis is selling. The congresswoman recently told Breitbart that Willis "absolute" ought to resign.

"Absolutely, she should step down. She should be absolutely ashamed of herself," Greene said.

She continued, "There’s so much evidence coming out. I would love to see a criminal investigation. That’s what should be happening here, in the state of Georgia, against Fani Willis. That’s why I called for Gov. Kemp and Attorney General Chris Carr to launch a criminal investigation."

Kemp has not launched a criminal investigation into Willis. But, there are currently several other investigations being led into Willis, including one from the Georgia State House, another from the Georgia State Senate, and still another by the U.S. House.

It remains unclear whether Willis will face any consequences for her actions. At the very least, Greene expressed optimism that the people of Georgia will vote Willis out of office when she seeks reelection later this year.

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