G. McConway
January 12, 2024

Georgia Special Prosecutor Leaves Home with Gun in Hand

Nathan Wade went from being an obscure prosecuting attorney to a nationally recognized name.

This is courtesy of Michael Roman’s motion and a subpoena issued by Wade’s estranged wife, Jocelyn.

According to the filings, Wade and Willis were having an affair, and now Wade appears to be taking measures to protect himself.

Armed and Dangerous

There are pictures that have surfaced of Wade leaving either his home or office with a gun in hand.

When reporters asked him if the rumors were true, he refused to deny them, which only fired up the rumor mill even more.

Since January of last year, Wade has been paid more than $650,000 as a special prosecutor for Fulton County DA Fani Willis, to whom Wade is now romantically linked.

Willis has been subpoenaed in the divorce proceedings with his estranged wife as well as the alleged affair being mentioned in a filing by Michael Roman, one of Donald Trump’s co-defendants in the case.

According to reports, Wade has been paying his estranged wife $700 in biweekly payments for living expenses, but Jocelyn claims that as of late, he has been dipping into that account, which has resulted in the account being overdrawn.

Jocelyn was a stay-at-home mom during their marriage, caring for their two children, both of whom are now adults. The couple has been married for 26 years.

According to the Roman filing, Wade and Willis have reportedly taken lavish vacations together, calling into question the bias of Wade and the integrity of Willis.

Donald Trump has demanded that all charges be dropped because Willis has been “compromised.”

In Roman’s filing, his attorneys have argued that the charges are unconstitutional and should be dropped.

While we do not expect the charges to be dropped, Willis has just put herself under a national spotlight for all the wrong reasons, so any mistake she makes in this case will be blown up tenfold.

It is going to make for a fun and interesting spring.

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