February 24, 2024

Judge Sets March 1 Hearing Date In Fani Willis Disqualification Controversy

Fani Willis is the Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney accused of having an affair with her subordinate, Nathan Wade.

Wade is one of the lead prosecutors Willis appointed to work on the election interference case against former President Donald Trump.

Since the allegations arose, Willis has fessed up to the affair thanks to a court order forcing Willis to confirm or deny the rumors.

But now, Willis and Wade have likely both been backed into a corner from which it will be difficult to emerge.

A number of codefendants in the Trump case have come forward to say that they believe both parties should be disqualified.

Since these allegations have emerged, Willis has gone above and beyond to make the controversy about anything except the fact that she had an affair with a then-married man who was also her subordinate.

Willis even played the race card during a speech she delivered on the allegations, saying that the real reason Wade was in the spotlight was not because of the affair allegations but because he is a Black man hired by a powerful Black woman.

Okay, Willis.

State Rep. Charlice Byrd is so sick of Willis that she even worked toward bringing articles of impeachment against Willis into the picture.

“The First Amendment is still the bedrock of this country and Fani Willis can’t overturn it because she has Trump Derangement Syndrome. It’s time our state lawmakers draw a line in the sand and put an end to her refusal to uphold the Constitution,” Byrd said in the statement about Willis.

If we were Willis, we would be more worried about our future in law at all and not wasting any time on the ridiculous notion that she will be allowed to remain on the case against Trump.

We won’t know more until March 1st, the date for which additional proceedings have been scheduled.

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