Fani Willis is set to admit one thing in court that could get her kicked off the Trump case

Feb 7, 2024

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is under the gun over allegations that she misused taxpayers’ funds by hiring her alleged lover to work on the Trump 2020 election case and then financially benefited from the arrangement.

This scandal is about to come to a resolution.

And Fani Willis is set to admit one thing in court that could get her kicked off the Trump case.

Trump co-defendant Mark Roman turned the Georgia 2020 election case upside down by filing a motion asking Judge Scott McAfee to disqualify Willis from the case based on her conflict of interest.

Roman argued that Willis hired Nathan Wade as a special prosecutor on the case after the two allegedly began an affair, even though he had never tried a felony case before.

In addition, Roman alleged that Willis and Wade enriched themselves when he billed her office $654,000 over a two-year period and then paid for them to travel on cruise lines and fly around the country.

Willis never denied the affair allegations.

Bank records from Wade’s divorce showed that he purchased airline tickets to San Francisco in Willis’ name.

Democrat legal analysts believe that the allegations crippled her case against Trump and urged Willis to step away from the case.

CNN’s Zachary Cohen reported that Willis will not contest the charges that she had an affair with Wade, but instead will argue that the law doesn’t require the Judge to boot her off the case.

Cohen also reported that Willis knows another prosecutor will have to actually want to bring this case forward if she steps down or if Judge McAfee disqualifies her, which she doesn’t believe will happen as even she knows how weak it is and that losing could ruin a prosecutor’s reputation.

“Willis has faced immense public scrutiny since allegations first surfaced that she has benefited financially from a romantic relationship with lead prosecutor Nathan Wade. Despite calls by some legal experts to recuse herself from the case to protect its integrity, she is not expected to do so, the sources told CNN,” Cohen reported.

“Instead, Willis is preparing to counter arguments from Trump and other co-defendants, not by necessarily disputing claims about the relationship but by arguing that defense attorneys seeking to remove her are wrong on the law, sources said,” Cohen added.

“Despite her relative public silence since the allegations surfaced, Willis has been personally involved in crafting her office’s formal response, according to a source familiar with her role,” Cohen concluded.

The fact that Willis reportedly knows no other prosecutor will pick up this case is another check in the ledger on the side of showing that it was all a politically motivated mess from the get-go.

If Willis’ indictment was really a slam dunk, then she would have no qualms about stepping down since she could be fully confident that another prosecutor would pick up the torch.

The fact that she can’t trust in that is telling.

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