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Fulton County DA Fani Willis Behind Trump RICO Case Hired “Secret Lover“ to STEAL from Taxpayers, Fund Extravagant Vacations for the Pair

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has been obsessed with trying bring down Trump through unjust RICO charges and apparently it’s even worse than just another politically motivated witch hunt – she’s using it to STEAL from taxpayers!

Fani seemed to think she could do whatever she wants and, because she’s a Democrat, nobody would care, which is the exact mindset she had when deciding to hire her “secret lover” as special prosecutor in the Georgia RICO case targeting Trump and 18 of his allies.

According to a new court filing on behalf of Mike Roman, a defendant who led election day operations for the Trump 2020 campaign, the DA and the special prosecutor have been engaged in an “improper clandestine personal relationship during the pendency of this case, which has resulted in the special prosecutor, and, in turn, the district attorney, profiting significantly from this prosecution at the expense of the taxpayers.”

 

Willis’ secret lover turned prosecutor is Nathan Wade, a private attorney who has VIRTUALLY ZERO experience trying felony cases – let alone complex RICO cases, the filing points out.

It goes on to reveal that Fani Willis brought this underqualified prosecutor in at a notable premium compared to what she was paying other prosecutors.

Wade has reportedly been paid at least $653,000 and potentially upwards of $1 million for handling the high-profile case. Because of their personal intimate relationship, that TAXPAYER money can be considered to DIRECTLY benefit Willis.

The secret lovers have gone on lavish trips together to places like Florida, the Caribbean and Napa Valley, California, with Wade also having purchased tickets for them to travel on Norwegian and Royal Caribbean cruise ships.

On top of his juicy $250 hourly rate (not bad for government work) Wade ALSO billed the Fulton County taxpayers for THOUSANDS of dollars in air travel and hotel stays which he hilariously tried to pass off as “interview and research trips” according to invoiced presented in the filing.

Acting as the proverbial cherry on top, Willis didn’t even seek proper approval when hiring Wade!

Such a move would require a vote by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners – a requirement put in place to prevent this exact thing from happening – but there was NO INDICATION that the DA ever discussed his hiring with the board, and it was certainly not voted on.

Adding to the “secret-lover” theory, is the fact that just one day after his first contract with Willis began, Wade filed for DIVORCE against his wife suggesting this heist of taxpayer money enticed the private attorney to leave his wife for his new rainmaker in Fani Willis.

“It’s a bad look and it’s potentially criminal—again, assuming everything is true,” former Georgia prosecutor Chris Timmons said of these revelations.

Roman’s attorney is calling for the disqualification of both Willis and Wade but with our corrupt court system who knows if Willis and her lover will ever be held accountable for this blatant theft!


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