March 22, 2024

MTG Demands Disbarment of Fani Willis

The fallout over the Georgia election fraud-RICO case brought by Fulton County Attorney General Fani Wilis continues.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is now out for blood.

Greene announced this week that she wants to see Wilis disbarred.

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Honestly, I am surprised it took this long for someone to file a complaint with the Georgia Bar.

It does appear that Willis lied under oath during her hearing for disqualification regarding her affair with prosecutor Nathan Wade.

That is what made it so shocking that Judge McAfee only asked her to remove Wade from the case.

We not only expected her removal, but we fully expected a Bar inquiry after it became clear that she had lied under oath.

So, Greene has now taken it upon herself to get the Bar involved, having filed a complaint with the Georgia State Bar this week.

In part, she wrote, “I am requesting an investigation of Fani Willis, her suspension, and her disbarment.”

Disbarment or a suspension is usually only ordered in the most extreme cases, but it is hard to categorize this as anything other than that when you take into account how dishonest Willis was while on the stand regarding the timeline of her affair with Wade.

Democrats and the media, as well as Willis, have tried to blame the complaint on race, but that was not what this was about.

Even Judge McAfee ripped Willis in the ruling, stating, “An outsider could reasonably think that the district attorney is not exercising her independent professional judgment totally free of any compromising influences.”

He added that there was an “odor of mendacity” that hung over the case, yet he allowed her to remain on the case.

This is far from the first time that Greene has tried to take out Willis, having previously asked Governor Kemp for a criminal referral against Willis.

Greene continues to do everything possible to show Trump she is loyal to him above all else, making herself a strong case to be his VP.

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