Fani Willis could face criminal charges over this awful sex scandal

May 9, 2024

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ sham prosecution of Donald Trump is imploding.

Now it’s Willis who may end up behind bars.

And Fani Willis could face criminal charges over this awful sex scandal.

Willis could face contempt charges

Georgia Republicans passed a new law that allows for investigations and the removal of rogue prosecutors.

The Georgia State Senate is probing Willis for misuse of taxpayer funds and for accepting gifts.

Willis is facing scrutiny over hiring her lover, Nathan Wade, to serve as special prosecutor on the Trump case, despite the fact that he had never tried a felony case before.

Wade raked in $654,000 in his two years working the Trump case.

Willis also faced allegations of self-dealing after Wade used part of his remuneration to pay for the couple to take extravagant vacations.

The Georgia State Senate would like Willis to appear before the committee to testify about how her office spent taxpayer money.

But Willis is defying the committee and told reporters that she won’t even appear if subpoenaed.

“Well, first of all I don’t even think they have the authority to subpoena me, but they need to learn the law,” Willis ranted.

“Will you appear?” a reporter followed up.

“I will not appear to do anything that is unlawful. And I have not broken the law in any way. I’ve said it. I’ll say it among these leaders I’m sorry folks these people get pissed off that everybody gets treated equally,” Willis shot back.

That answer didn’t go over well with State Senator Bill Cowsert, who is the Chairman of the Special Investigative Committee.

Just got off the phone with Senator Cowsert, the Republican Committee Chair. He maintains he has statutory power to subpoena Willis, and if she refuses to show, she could be held in contempt: ‘I sure hope it doesn’t get to that,’“ Rob DiRienzo of Fox 5 in Atlanta reported.

Republicans will subpoena Willis

Cowsert explained that Willis is a key figure in this investigation, and the committee needs to hear from her.

“She’s a key part of the investigation that her viewpoints are valued by us,” Cowsert stated.

Cowsert said the committee is trying to come up with new ethics and disclosure guidelines for prosecutors, and members would like to know what rules Willis thinks are fair to live by. 

“We need to hear what she has to say and her explanation of what she thinks are the appropriate rules ought to be going forward so we don’t have this kind of scandal give Georgia a black eye,” Cowsert added.

Fulton County Board of Commissioners Chairman Rob Pitts already provided the Committee with damning testimony.

Pitts said Willis used $75 million that was given to the county to resolve a 149,000 case backlog in order to hide her hiring of Wade and funding for the Trump witch hunt.

If Republicans hold Willis in contempt, then it may not be the only legal proceeding she faces.

Judge Scott McAfee all but accused Willis of perjuring herself during her testimony about her relationship with Wade in a hearing to determine if her conflict of interest should disqualify her from the Trump case.

The more that is revealed about this Trump witch hunt, the more legal jeopardy Willis – and not Trump – appears to be in.

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