More evidence is found that contradicts Fani Willis testimony

 February 26, 2024

Even more evidence has been discovered that appears to contradict Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' testimony. 

Breitbart News reports that evidence has been found that suggests that Willis' close relationship with her lover - Nathan Wade - goes back until at least 2020.

Wade and Willis have both claimed that their relationship only began in 2022.

In other words, the pair may have just been caught in a significant lie.

The latest

Breitbart reports that, after Willis won her election in November 2020, she put Wade in charge of hiring and firing employees in the Fulton County District Attorney's office.

"Wade led a transition team of ten to twelve people who interviewed and evaluated current employees to remain in Willis’ newly won office just weeks after she won the election in November, said the sources, who wished to remain anonymous for fear of retribution due to their direct knowledge of the environment inside the District Attorney’s Office, which they characterized as 'corrupt,'" the outlet reports.

It continues, "Wade, a second source told Breitbart News, was in charge of determining who of the 250 office employees would remain with Willis. Sources described one-on-one interviews behind closed doors with Willis and Wade, who was 'too invested to be just a friend' of Willis to hold such a powerful position."

Two things are worth highlighting.

The first is that, as stated, this took place a full two years before Willis and Wade claim that their affair began. Second, Wade's position in Willis's office was kept hidden until now.

The gig is up

This is the second of two big revelations that have been made in recent days. The other is cell phone data that would also appear to contradict Wade and Willis' testimony.

Breitbart News, separately, reported:

Cellphone data obtained from AT&T through subpoena strongly suggests that Nathan Wade made 35 trips to Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis’s Hapeville neighborhood, contradicting his testimony of just ten visits, an affidavit filed Friday by Trump attorneys contends.

Willis' office has already attempted to downplay this revelation, claiming that the cell phone data does not prove anything.

"The records do nothing more than demonstrate that Special Prosecutor Wade’s telephone was located somewhere within a densely populated multiple-mile radius where various residences, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and other businesses are located," the office wrote.

Willis stands accused of hiring Wade, her lover, to prosecute former President Donald Trump and of paying Wade large sums of money that he, in turn, used to take her on trips. Both have denied wrongdoing on the witness stand, but the evidence would suggest that their story may be beginning to fall apart.

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