Georgia Judge to hear Fani Willis's alleged improper relationship with top prosecutor

 January 19, 2024

The Georgia judge in charge of the Trump election interference case has set a hearing for February 15, as Breitbart News reported.

The purpose of the hearing is to investigate claims that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her lead prosecutor Nathan Wade "engaged in an improper" relationship and that she misused public funds, as per the report.

According to Thursday afternoon's Washington Post report, Willis was ordered by Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee to "respond to the accusations in writing by February 2."

Despite claims that she is the victim of prejudice, Willis has remained mum on the subject of whether or not she had a romantic relationship with Wade.

This may  “be embarrassing for the district attorney and at worst derail the investigation completely,” according to the newspaper, as McAfee's ruling would make her confront the claims in televised court proceedings.

Another Investigation

Prior to this, on Friday, House Judiciary Committee chair Jim Jordan (R-OH) announced that he had begun an investigation into Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Willis was accused of accepting over $14.6 million in grant funds from the Justice Department (DOJ) of President Joe Biden from 2020 to 2023.

According to the timeline of the movement of funds, the Department of Justice provided Willis with government monies in order to support the prosecution of former President Donald Trump.

The records and information about the coordination of Willis's office with politically driven probes and potential misuse of government monies were requested by Jordan in a letter sent to Nathan Wade, an associate of Willis.

After Trump's political operative and co-defendant Mike Roman filed four stunning facts regarding Willis's conduct while pursuing Trump in the Georgia election case on Monday, Jordan sent a letter to the judge.

Local Rep's Take

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said that Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) should not "wash his hands" of the potential of interference in the 2024 election and should instead return from Davos, Switzerland, and initiate a criminal investigation against Willis for corruption.

Kemp reportedly told Greene to "refer her complaint" to the state's oversight committee after he rejected her Thursday complaint, which aimed to dissolve Willis's allegations against Trump.

Not yet up and running, the state's oversight committee would be able to remove county prosecutors from office in the same way a disciplinary commission would.

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