Report: White House plant is 'pulling all the strings' in Trump's Georgia case

 February 27, 2024

A bombshell new report alleges that the Biden administration colluded with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in targeting former President Donald Trump. 

That's according to an article published by Breitbart on Monday, which cited multiple sources said to be familiar with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office.

Deputy district attorney alleged to be a White House plant

They pointed to Deputy District Attorney Jeff DiSantis, who worked on Willis’s 2020 campaign and formerly served as executive director of Georgia's Democratic Party.

DiSantis was was also deputy director of compliance for the DNC, with his official biography adding that he has "worked for candidates in 30 states running for a variety of offices, including President of the United States, United States Senator, Governor, United States Representative, Attorney General, District Attorney, and Mayor."

The sources, to whom Breitbart has granted anonymity, say that DiSantis is closely connected to the Biden White House and helped orchestrate Trump's indictment last year.

"DiSantis did this," one source was quoted a saying. "He’s the one. He is the one pulling all the strings. He was in every important meeting. He is the brainchild behind this. That is the connection to the White House."

Source says Willis wouldn't have indicted Trump on her own

Another source concurred, declaring, "DiSantis is the one pulling the strings on this whole thing. Everybody heard Fani testify. It’s no secret that she’s not smart. That is how she sounds and acts every day of the week."

A third insider insisted, "Anyone that has common sense knows that the White House has been involved in this prosecution."

"This shouldn’t just miraculously happen. Of course, she’s [Willis] not going to prosecute the former president of the United States without the current administration's approval," the unnamed figure declared.

What's more, another source suggested that DiSantis used his knowledge of voter profiles in Georgia to stack the grand jury which indicted Trump.

"DiSantis, as the former head of the state Democratic Party, he’s going to know you know [the data] in Georgia," the person said before adding, "There’s not one conservative person on that grand jury."

Staff say Wade and Willis' relationship was "obvious"

Meanwhile, Willis has been in the headlines recently due to growing evidence that she and attorney Nathan Wade lied under oath about the nature of their relationship.

A court filing by Trump's legal team late last week pointed to cell phone records suggesting that Wade regularly visited Willis' home.

The sources Breitbart spoke with said they were aware that Willis and Wade were romantically involved, with one remarking that it was "obvious" that Wade was "too invested to be just a friend."

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