June 21, 2024

Trump Legal Team Rips Fani Willis ‘Hail Mary’ Attempt

The Georgia RICO Election Fraud case has slammed on the breaks.

After a hearing to decide if Willis could remain on the case, prosecutor Nathan Wade resigned as a condition set by Judge McAfee for her to keep the case.

Trump’s legal team immediately filed an appeal, but now Willis is hoping to have that appeal tossed in a desperate attempt to put the case back on track for a hearing.


On June 12, Willis filed a motion to dismiss the appeal for her removal from the case.

Trump’s attorneys called it a desperate “Hail Mary” attempt on her part.

The Trump motion argues, “Simply stated, the State’s motion is a calculated, disingenuous attempt to mislead this Court for the obvious purpose of preventing interlocutory appellate review of the District Attorney’s misconduct.

“Both the trial court, in granting the certificate of immediate review, and this Court, in granting the interlocutory application, have already determined these issues are critical.”

Willis and Wade were back in the news this week after Wade did an interview on Comedy Central that has since been described as “gross” by some legal experts, and that interview surely did not help her case.

In response to Willis’ filing, Trump attorney Steve Sadow commented, “The State’s ‘Hail Mary’ motion is an obvious attempt to stop appellate review of DA Willis’ misconduct.

“We are optimistic that the Court will deny the motion and proceed to favorably decide the appeal on the merits.”

The chances of that case seeing the inside of a courtroom before the election were already slim, but if Willis is removed, there is just no way things get settled in time for a trial to start before November.

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