The left has been very smug in their assurance that ‘the walls are closing in’ on Trump. In a crazy reversal, the people who have been trying so hard to lock him up are in legal trouble of their own… potentially even RICO charges.
Not only are there allegations of there being serious legal in the integrity of the case against Trump itself — serious enough that Trump is calling for a dismissal — but there is evidence of fraud and corruption within the prosecution team itself, including the Fulton County DA Fanni Willis.
Rep Green has cataloged the criminal allegations of fraud being made against Fanni Willis and the lead prosecutor and has called upon the Governor to take those allegations seriously.
If (when) these allegations by @RepMTG prove true, Fulton County DA Fani Willis and her (alleged) boyfriend Nathan Wade must go to prison.
— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (@mrddmia) January 11, 2024
That letter makes reference to what looks to be the illegal hiring of prosecutor Nathan Wade. Fanni Willis allegedly had an intimate relationship with him and he had never tried a criminal case. There were also questions around the billable hours he submitted (including 24 hours in a single day) and lavish trips that both parties took on the taxpayer dime. One billable trip to the White House was of particular interest.
That fraud and impropriety was only ONE part of the story. The more we look into this story, the worse it seems to get. The lead prosecutor’s eligibility and possible White House interference also come into question.
First, Nathan Wade’s eligibility
It’s not at all clear that she even had the lawful authority required to appoint Nathan Wade to his position.
Embattled District Attorney Fani Willis has been subpoenaed to testify in the divorce case of the special prosecutor handling the Trump election interference case, who she stands accused of having an “improper relationship” with.
Furthermore, it has emerged the attorney, Nathan Wade, wasn’t even approved by the relevant board before being hired by the Willis who presides over Fulton County in Georgia.
Despite Wade having no experience prosecuting a complex Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. case like the one against Trump, he was handed a contract which has so far earned his company more than $650,000 in legal fees from the DA’s office.
The contract started on November 1, 2021, and Wade filed for divorce from his wife of 26-years, Joycelyn Wade, the following day, a case which has yet to be settled. — NYPost
Next, White House interference
The trip to the White House was a clue that this prosecutor wasn’t quite as ‘independent’ as we were led to believe.
The first, on May 23, 2022, is labeled “travel to Athens: Conf[erence] with White House Counsel,” for which Wade charged $2,000 for eight hours’ work. The bill read that Wade also had an “interview with DC/White House” on November 18, 2022 for which he also billed $8,000 at a rate of $250 per hour. — Newsweek
This meeting came three days after Trump announced his presidential run. But that’s just coincidence, right?
The J6 Committee comes up too
According to a new report from Politico, the Jan. 6 Committee staff met with staff working for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in April of 2022.
Over the course of the next several weeks the committee staff coordinated with Willis’ team, answered questions, and shared insights into Trump’s alleged criminal activity with Jan. 6 and interference in the Georgia election.
When Willis was pressured by Congressional Republicans recently about the matter, she refused and said that the questions were in direct opposition to the “well-established principles of federalism and separation of powers” in a letter to House Judiciary Committee Chair Representative Jim Jordan (R-Ohio).
A former Jan. 6 committee staffer said in a statement, “As the January 6th Committee’s final report transparently stated, the Committee shared information — all of which is now public — with prosecutors conducting concurrent, independent investigations.” — Newsweek
It is important to note a few things about the J6 Committee.
- The J6 Committee was never properly constituted
- The J6 Committee destroyed their documents, meaning the defense counsel cannot access the same source the prosecution did to know if they had exculpatory information.
- There are multiple instances in which we know the committee has manipulated evidence to give an appearance of guilt where none existed… and do not know whether such disinformation was set as evidence before the Grand Jury
- The J6 Committee was NOT encumbered by Constitutional restrictions limiting information gathering that law enforcement is obligated to follow. Sharing such information with law enforcement constitutes an illegal ‘end run’ around Trump’s Constitutional rights and could be grounds by itself to sink the whole case against him.
Trump’s legal team wants a dismissal
It should surprise nobody that — in light of these revelations — Trump wants this case thrown out.
Former President Trump on Tuesday insisted the case against him and several others in Georgia over efforts to overturn the state’s 2020 election results should be dropped after another defendant filed a motion accusing Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) of improper behavior.
“You had a very big event yesterday as you saw in Georgia where the district attorney is totally compromised. The case has to be dropped,” Trump said after a hearing in Washington, D.C., over presidential immunity arguments in a separate, federal 2020 election interference case against him. “They went after 18 or 20 people. … She was out of her mind. Now it turns out that case is totally compromised.”
“It’s illegal. What she did is illegal. So we’ll let the state handle that, but what a sad situation it is,” Trump added. — TheHill
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