It didn’t take long for Fani Willis to see her ticket to fame and fortune boomerang and bite her on, well, her fanny.
She was really excited to be known as the one who brought Trump down in Georgia. Only now are we getting to see behind the curtain to some of the sketchy backroom dealings that led to that indictment.
This includes not only the appointment of her alleged romantic interest as Special Prosecutor, despite him having literally ZERO experience as a prosecutor; not only the inflated pay scale and exotic trips she is alleged to have taken with him on the government dime (per divorce documents); but also the shady meetings with the White House.
That was just one aspect of the prosecution’s credibility that’s could derail the entire RICO case against Trump.
Another problem she’s got to deal with is one that she’s been slapped down for in the past… conflict of interest causing a judge to tell her to sit down.
That case involved… you guessed it the 2020 election. In this instance, it was an investigation into the opponent of a candidate she herself had endorsed. Does the ‘alternate slate of electors’ ring any bells?
Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney prohibited Willis from building a case against Georgia state Sen. Burt Jones, who was running for lieutenant governor at the time, after Willis hosted a fundraiser for Democratic candidate Charlie Bailey in his runoff race, NBC News reported. McBurney reportedly ruled that Willis’ involvement in the fundraiser was “harmful” to the investigation into Jones, who allegedly was involved with other state Republicans to flip the 2020 election results using an alternate slate of electors.
McBurney, however, said Willis’ involvement would prompt “entirely reasonable concerns of politically motivated persecution,” according to the outlet.
“This choice — which the district attorney was within her rights as an elected official to make — has consequences,” McBurney ruled, according to NBC News. “She had bestowed her office’s imprimatur upon Senator Jones’s opponent.” — Daily Caller
By itself? It’s probably no big deal. But stack it on the scale with all the other irregularities we’re seeing in the RICO case they’re building against Trump, and that could be a whole other scenario.
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