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Georgia Judge Rules on Grey Goose Guzzling Fani Willis’s Fate

And… it’s rigged against Trump. We had held out hope that Judge Scott McAfee would tank the entire Georgia RICO case against President Donald Trump and 18 co-defendants, but it just wasn’t meant to be.

McAfee issued his ruling Friday on whether Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her lover Nathan Wade could continue to try the case. Instead of issuing a fair and just ruling against Willis and Wade for lying on the witness stand, McAfee instead rode the fence. Fani Willis will be continuing her bogus and fake prosecution of President Trump for trying to Stop the Steal in 2020.

Well, that’s not exactly how Judge McAfee ruled. He gave Fani a choice of how she wants to proceed. He wrote in his ruling that either Fani Willis can recuse herself from the case, or she has to cut ties with (fire) prosecutor Nathan Wade. Given that Fani portrayed herself as a money-grubbing, drunk, selfish, racist moron who can barely speak English on the witness stand, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out which option she’ll take. (Sorry, Nathan. You’re fired.)

 

Shockingly, neither Willis nor Wade will face any consequences for lying on the witness stand. Prosecutors are supposed to be held to a higher standard when it comes to their behavior in the courtroom. They can’t sit there and lie to a judge under oath, which both Willis and Wade did. We all watched the salacious, Jerry Springer-style hearings (because we couldn’t resist) and we all saw it. They both lied!

Even McAfee acknowledges that Nathan Wade is a dishonest snake in his ruling. He wrote, “Wade’s patently unpersuasive explanation for the inaccurate interrogatories he submitted in his pending divorce indicates a willingness on his part to wrongly conceal his relationship with the District Attorney.”

Patently unpersuasive?

Inaccurate interrogatories?

Why is everyone such a wimp when it comes to using the L-word to describe what a dishonest, untruthful person is?

Nathan Wade is a liar-liar-pants-on-fire. So is Fani Willis.

They lied on the witness stand while under oath in a court of law. Unlike the “novel” applications of the law to generate fake crimes to charge Donald Trump with, Fani and Nathan committed a very real crime called perjury. They should be criminally charged and prosecuted for that because it’s basically the worst on-the-job crime that a prosecutor can commit other than destroying exculpatory evidence. Both should be removed from office, disbarred, and forbidden from ever practicing law again because their criminal actions so clearly undermine the legal process in America.

What’s the message that McAfee is sending by ignoring the perjury that Wade and Willis committed right in front of him? That it’s okay to lie in court now? Good luck with your little “justice” system if that’s going to be the new standard.

It’s probably worth remembering that Judge McAfee and his wife both donated to Fani Willis’s 2020 campaign for District Attorney. Not that she needed their money. George Soros bankrolled her campaign. But it all goes to show just how incestuous, crooked and rigged the legal system is in Georgia.

Of course, this is the worst possible outcome for President Trump and his co-defendants. We had hoped that this would result in the judge throwing the entire bogus case out because it is hopelessly tainted by Fani Willis’s adulterous corruption, not to mention her direct collusion with the White House to persecute Joe Biden’s political opponent.

Instead of that happening, the incompetent and inexperienced Nathan Wade will get fired (possibly before you read this) and he will be replaced by a competent prosecutor with much more experience in trying RICO cases. That’s not a step in the right direction.

So, it’s a bit of a setback in Georgia, but not the end of the world. It doesn’t change anything for the voters. Our job is still the same this November: Get Donald Trump elected.

In the meantime, we should resign ourselves to the fact that they are going to try to throw him in prison before the election and that Democrats will stage an insurrection to try to prevent him from taking office. We’ve got a crazy year ahead of us. The courtroom drama involving Fani Willis and Nathan Wade is only the beginning.


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