Fani Willis' White House Meetings Warrant "Very Deep Investigation"

 January 30, 2024

Former federal prosecutor Andrew Cherkasky recently sat down with Trey Gowdy to discuss the allegations against Trump prosecutor and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

It did not go well for Willis.

Cherkasky thinks that there needs to be a full-blown investigation into the whole situation, but one specific thing about the situation struck Cherkasky as more outrageous than the rest:

Fani Willis and her married lover Nathan Wade's visit to the White House.

Newly unsealed documents around Wade's divorce from his wife that he cheated on Willis with are now "generating even more questions," according to Trey Gowdy.

"Even if these allegations are true, does it impact State of Georgia v. Donald J. Trump and if so, how?" Gowdy asked.

"I'm not sure if this is more soap opera or like a John Grisham legal thriller, because the cards seem to be falling for Fani Willis," Cherkasky said.

"What is going on here is essentially kickbacks. Fani Willis bringing in somebody unqualified for the job, and it seems as though he's giving her these elaborate trips, these elaborate vacations. That's something that we know as honest services fraud," Cherkasky continued.

"I think that is something that needs a very deep investigation, but even more concerning now is these reports that we hear that Fani Willis and Nathan Wade were taking meetings at the White House. And what I really want to know about those meetings is whether there was an improper purpose where they trying to, set the timing up so that it would interfere with the 2024 election. All of these questions need very serious answers, I think, well before we get to any potential trial against Donald Trump."

"I think what's most interesting is trying to figure out what was going on between the White House and Fani Willis and Nathan Wade," Cherkasky added. "Those conversations are key in my mind because Joe Biden has claimed all along that he's not been involved in the prosecutions of Donald Trump, that he's tried to keep a distance from that, but if there's direction coming from the top, in order to essentially manipulate this prosecution to be something that benefits Joe Biden or the Democrats in the 2024 election, then to me, it feels very much like what they're complaining about Donald Trump doing back in 2020."

"We can't be in a nation where we are using the DOJ or using our legal systems to interfere with the actual – the voting and democratic process in our country. We need fairness, and we need to have assurance that the courts will ultimately allow the political process to work independent of aggressive prosecutors that are scattered throughout the nation," Cherkasky concluded.

The prosecution of Donald Trump has never been about justice.

It's about liberals getting their way.

Willis should have to appear in front of a judge to explain her side of things.

If that happens, I don't think things would go well for Fani Willis.

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