REPORT: Whistleblowers Coming Forward Against Fani Willis
Over the last few weeks, Fulton County DA Fani Willis has been in the news for all the wrong reasons.
It all started with rumors of a relationship with one of the prosecutors who was assigned to the Trump RICO case.
It has now elevated to allegations of misuse of taxpayer money, and there are apparently people lining up to expose her misdoings.
Take Her Out
Willis has been accused of not only having an affair with Nathan Wade, a prosecutor assigned to the case with very little RICO experience but also of overpaying him and using funds to pay for getaways for the two of them.
Wade recently came forward to try to explain, saying that they have, for the most part, split the costs of their travel.
Willis has tried to use the race card to explain all this away, but it is not working.
The allegations have gotten the attention of Georgia’s State Senate Special Committee on Investigations.
Fox News recently ran a report that people are starting to line up from within Willis’ office to tell the truth about how she is running her office.
The report stated, “As the meeting commenced, Cowsert dropped a bombshell, revealing that multiple whistleblowers within the Fulton County DA’s office have expressed eagerness to testify.
“They allege misuse of federal and state funds, further escalating the scrutiny surrounding Willis.”
State Sen. Bill Cowsert (R-Athens) is the person referenced in that report, who has stated that the group wants the truth to get out about Willis.
Cowsert has further stated, “The people of Georgia are very troubled by these allegations. And it’s important that we have the public’s confidence in the fairness and in the impartiality of the criminal justice system.”
Trump ally Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has now gotten involved, citing a possible conflict of interest.
Greene stated, “You had Nathan Wade having sex with Willis to get a contract with the Fulton County and be hired as a prosecutor, so he never registered as a lobbyist. He never filed any of that paperwork.
“I filed an ethics violation against him because Willis admitted that they have a relationship that should move the investigation against Nathan Wade to a different level.”
In addition to all of this, there was another report that recently surfaced of an employee that came forward to Willis personally, to make her aware of a possible misuse of funds provided by a grant.
Willis eventually fired the woman, which has only drawn more scrutiny on the integrity of her office.
I still do not know if this is enough to have the case against Trump dropped, but Willis’ future is definitely in jeopardy at this point.
And if she goes, I would say the chances are at least 50-50 that the case would be dropped by a new prosecutor.