Observers point to possible perjury charges against Fani Willis and lover

 February 26, 2024

A bombshell court filing from former President Donald Trump's legal team cites cell phone data which suggests that attorney Nathan Wade was a regular late night visitor at Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' home.

That appears to contradict sworn statements made by both Wade and Willis, a fact which some observers say could lead to their indictment. 

Potential perjury charges over testimony

According to the New York Post, most of the visits took place prior to Willis hiring Wade as part of her Trump task force.

This undercuts testimony in which Wade and Willis asserted that their romantic relationship only began after Wade was brought on board.

Keith Johnson is a Georgia defense attorney, and he told the Post that the filing "could lead to perjury charges" against Willis and Wade.

"The affidavit presented by the defense attorney in the case indicates there were several phone calls and text messages between the parties prior to the appointment of Mr. Wade as special prosecutor," Johnson explained.

Megyn Kelly: "Stunning that Team Trump got their hands on this"

"That directly contradicts the sworn testimony of both Mr. Wade and Ms. Willis who stated that they had a platonic relationship prior to him being appointed," he pointed out.

"Whenever there is a contradictory testimony under oath … you have have to look at the intent of the parties and whether they knowingly made false statements," Johnson added.

The Washington Examiner reported that those sentiments were echoed on social media, including by SiriusXM host Megyn Kelly.

"Stunning that Team Trump got their hands on this in the Fani Willis case," Kelly wrote. "More evidence that these two prosecutors lied, under oath."

"There is zero chance they can stay on this case"

"They're looking at perjury charges and worse," Kelly declared. "Discipline from the Bar. And there is zero chance they can stay on this case. It’s DONE."

Ryan Fournier serves as chairman of Students for Trump, and he spoke up in a post of his own, writing, Nathan Wade visited Fani Willis’s residence 35 times before the 'affair.'"

"The software that determined this is called CellHawk, a tool used by Atlanta PD," he noted before adding, "Now Fani is arguing this software is inaccurate."

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