Fani Willis gets caught hiding her Trump investigation

 May 6, 2024

Fulton Country District Attorney Fani Willis (D) has been caught trying to cover up her investigation of former President Donald Trump.

This revelation came, according to the Daily Caller, during a recent hearing that took place in Georgia. There, state lawmakers are attempting to get to the bottom of some of the scandals involving Willis.

This is the same Willis, of course, who is prosecuting Trump for challenging Georgia's results in the 2020 presidential election.

It is also the same Willis who chose her lover, Attorney Nathan Wade, to lead the prosecution of Trump, awarding him large sums of money, some of which he used to take her on trips. On a side note, although Wade is off the Trump case, he is still with Willis.

The latest

Based on what was revealed during Friday's hearing, it would appear that Willis took money from places that she should not have in order to investigate Trump.

"A Trump co-defendant in the Georgia election interference case accused Willis in a January motion of not receiving approval from the Fulton County Board of Commissioners to appoint her former lover Nathan Wade as special prosecutor, and that she paid him using funds requested to clear a backlog of cases from the COVID-19 pandemic," the Daily Caller reports.

The outlet adds, "Fulton County Board of Commissioners Chairman Robb Pitts and county Chief Financial Officer Sharon Whitmore said during the hearing that Willis never disclosed she would use the funds to probe Trump."

Just to be clear, Willis, allegedly, took funds from a government effort to address problems that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic and instead used them to investigate Trump, and she hid this fact from others.

This much is now clear. But, there are still many unknowns.

"We don't know"

Pitts, during the hearing, confirmed all of this, and he went on to explain that he still does not know how much money Willis took for her Trump investigation.

"Whatever part of that $75 million that she received, and how much was used for the backlog, how much was used for the YSL case, how much was used for the election interference case, we don’t know," Pitts said.

He added, "We’re not being given any information, other than with the backlog."

Pitt, it ought to be noted, is not anti-Willis. In fact, during the hearing, he tried to provide excuses for her, such as that she was not required to report how the money was spent.

This now adds to the long list of scandals that Willis is at the center of. The incredible part, of course, is that she still has her job.

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