June 10, 2024

Fani Willis got donation from ex city attorney guilty of $15 MILLION fraud

Just when we thought that Fani Willis couldn't POSSIBLY be proven to be more corrupt than previously imagined, we've all been proven wrong.

A former Atlanta city attorney who was sentenced to seven years in prison over a $15 million pandemic loan fraud probably used at least some of the money to donate to Trump prosecutor Fani Willis' campaign.

Shelitha Robertson illegitimately collected quite a bit of money under the guise of a pandemic loan.

She then lived out her wildest fantasies, including buying a massive 10-carat diamond ring, buying a Rolls Royce, and donating to Willis' Democratic primary election campaign.

Records indicated that the donation to Willis was made shortly after or around the time that Robertson collected the funds illegally.

Last year, Fani Willis charged America's former President Donald Trump with racketeering following an indictment on 13 counts.

Trump was accused "of trying to illegally overturn the results of the 2020 election results in Georgia. Trump is one of 19 people indicted in the sprawling case."

Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty and denies all wrongdoing related to the case.

It's actually been Fani Willis who's been proven unethical since this whole scenario popped up recently.

Fani Willis initially had the stones to appoint the married man she was sleeping with, Nathan Wade, to be the lead prosecutor on the case.

Obviously, Wade was being paid quite a bit for his services, and the conflict of interest was soon discovered. Fani Willis was allowed to remain on the case as long as Nathan Wade was removed.

We probably can't count on Fani Willis to develop a conscience anytime soon, leading many people to think she's not the right person to lead such an important case.

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