Whistleblower Comes Forward to Rock Willis’ Office
I just finished listening to audio from a whistleblower from Fani Willis’ office and I have to say, I don’t know how that woman holds her job after this.
The woman in question, Amanda Timpson, came to Willis about the misuse of funds from a grant, outlining the entire situation.
Yet, after that meeting with Willis, Timpson was demoted and eventually dismissed, walked out of the building by security on Willis’ order.
The Walk of Shame
There is nothing that will have someone hell-bent on revenge like being forced to do the walk of shame when you know you are right, and Timpson knew she was right.
Timpson approached her direct boss about the possible misuse of funds for a grant that was received and that was apparently written by Timpson.
Her direct boss, Michael Cuffee, wanted to spend grant money on items such as MacBooks, swag, and travel, which were not permissible with this grant.
According to Timpson, the money was to be spent in very specific ways for a youth gang prevention initiative, specifically to create a Center of Youth Empowerment and Gang Prevention.
When Timpson went to Willis, she explained all this, and Willis seemed to say the right things to her, but then, two months later, Timpson was given the walk of shame by security.
Here is the audio that Timpson presented…
When Cuffee was asked for a comment, he tried to deflect it all back to Timpson, saying it was a “money grab” for her, and that he had planned on using other sources for the items that Timpson had mentioned.
After being fired and walked out of the building, Timspon stated, “I am 4’11” on my best day,” Timpson told the outlet. “Who is so scared of me that you have to walk me out of the building by seven armed investigators? I’ve never had a warning about any negative behavior that would warrant someone feeling threatened by me.”
She has since brought a lawsuit against Willis and her office, stating, “My case and Nathan Wade’s case are very similar when you break them down point by point.
“Ethical violations, abuse of power, and the misuse of county, state, and federal funds.”
If her account is accurate, I just don’t see any way that Willis keeps her job, which could be a huge break for Trump.
If Willis gets dismissed, the next prosecutor may just decide to drop the charges and start over from scratch just to get attention off of the office for a spell. This is definitely something we have to keep an eye on to see how it all pans out.