February 16, 2024

Witness Testifies Willis and Wade Relationship Started in 2019

Well, the Georgia RICO case brought by Fulton County DA Fani Willis has taken a rather interesting turn, and it has nothing to do with Trump or the alleged evidence against him.

Through a defense filing, it came to light that Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade, whom Willis hired on for the Trump case despite not having much RICO experience, had an affair.

During testimony on the matter, a witness claimed these two were having an affair in 2019, which contradicts earlier statements by Willis.

She Lied

This all came about via a filing by Michael Roman's attorneys. Roman is a co-defendant in the case with Trump.

Roman initially accused Willis of overpaying Wade because they were romantically involved, then later stated that the two were involved before the case.

This led to allegations of wrongdoing, possibly planting Wade in the case to make the evidence point to a foregone conclusion in terms of charging Trump.

Allegations were also made that Willis has been inappropriately using taxpayer funds in that relationship as well as for spending grant money on items for which it was not intended.

Willis has maintained all of this is a lie, then this witness took the stand…

Judge McAfee has now stated that Willis could be disqualified from the Trump case "if evidence is produced demonstrating an actual conflict or the appearance of one."

If Willis is removed from the case, some pundits believe it could mean the end of the RICO charges against Trump.

Trump responded to the testimony, stating, "There is no case here.

"It is so badly tainted. There is no case here. There was a perfect phone call. It was perfect. But by going after Trump, she's able to get her boyfriend more money than they ever dreamed possible."

This is a developing story, so we will monitor for updates and post as necessary.

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