March 3, 2024

Fani Willis' Future Participation In Trump Case In Judge's Hands

It's Donald Trump's trial, but our former president doesn't appear to be the biggest criminal involved.

That honor goes to somebody who's supposed to be on the right side of the law:

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Willis had the opportunity of a lifetime as a liberal, she was the person tasked with taking down Donald Trump.

She had what seemed like ALL of the Democratic Party behind her, as well as some angry Republicans.

And then she BLEW IT.

In one of the biggest examples of corruption she had ever seen, Fani Willis picked the man she was dating, Nathan Wade, to be on the team that prosecuted Trump.

As soon as evidence of an affair between Willis and Wade was uncovered, it became very clear that Willis was playing this game to benefit herself, not to benefit Americans.

Willis recently made a shock appearance in court where a judge was hearing about the inappropriate relationship between herself and Wade.

Wade was married to his wife at the time he hooked up with Willis, but that didn't stop him from having a sexual relationship with the D.A. When it came time for Fani to pick the person who would help go after Trump, she didn't even have to look outside her bedroom.

Obviously, that didn't sit right with a lot of people.

Hopefully, the judge overseeing the case around Willis is one of those people.

Regardless, the circus that Willis has caused is at least delaying the Trump proceedings for the time being, which is almost as good as a win.

Donald can beat the legal jeopardy he faces in multiple cases in two ways:

1) Win them in court.

2) Win the presidency.

The more time he has to do the second option, the smaller deal the first option becomes.

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