Trump Prosecutor Nathan Wade Photographed With Handgun
Nathan Wade, perhaps best known for serving as the lead prosecutor in the Georgia election interference case against former President Donald Trump and also for the allegations surrounding an affair with his superior, Fani Willis, has some explaining to do.
Reporters recently approached Wade outside his law office in Atlanta, Georgia, to question him how he spent his paychecks from the Trump case. Specifically, they wanted to know if he had spent any of it to take his alleged mistress on expensive vacations.
Wade refused to respond.
But interviewers noticed something disturbing in Wade’s hand.
He was carrying an exposed handgun.
In a recent article, the New York Post noted that Georgia is an open-carry state regardless of an individual's possession of a permit and indicated that as such, Wade did not break any laws.
However, it does prompt the question of why Wade felt the need to carry the firearm openly?
Was it to intimidate the press by using a scare tactic? Or did he just feel unsafe?
Maybe if Wade had made better decisions in his personal life, things would be different.
Although the affair with his boss is still unproven, there appears to be strong reason to believe the allegations.
According to a recent motion filed by Trump co-defendant Michael Roman, “Willis and Wade have engaged in a personal relationship both before and after Willis appointed Wade as the special prosecutor in the instant case.”
“Willis and Wade were romantically involved prior to Willis awarding a contract for legal services with Wade. It is not entirely clear when the relationship began, but it began while Wade was married,” the motion continued.
What do you think should happen if the affair between Wade and Willis is proven to be true?
I have an idea, and it's not good for either of their careers.
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