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JUST IN: Fani Willis’ Former Employee TURNS, Gives Republicans Information

JUST IN: Fani Willis’ Former Employee TURNS, Gives Republicans Information

A former employee inside the office of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is ready to spill the goods on how the embattled Democrat may have abused federal funds in her quest to take down former President Donald Trump.

Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) appeared on Fox Business Thursday, telling host Maria Baritomo that the woman who came forward has illuminated the House Oversight Committee’s inquiry into Willis’ management of anti-gang funds and whether they were improperly diverted to buttress a politically motivated trial. Jordan’s comments came just one day after the Justice Department reported “inconsistencies” in the Georgia prosecutor’s reports back to the feds on how she used their money.

“God bless the whistleblower [who] came forward,” Jordan said according to Newsweek. “We’ve talked with the whistleblower, she’s giving information to the press, to us. Now the Department of Justice is looking into this. All kinds of problems with Fani Willis and this ridiculous investigation she’s run on President Trump and others.”

Jordan went further, alleging Willis has much more than this problem on her hands.

“You have Nathan Wade. Taxpayer money going to Nathan Wade. He was traveling to Washington to meet with the DOJ, the White House, the January 6th committee, all in this effort to go after President Trump, and now we have this. It looks like misspending federal grant dollars,” he continued.

“God bless the whistleblower who came forward and let us understand what’s going on here.”


The former Fulton County employee told House investigators that she was fired by Willis after raising questions about the potential diversion of federal dollars intended to divert at-risk youth away from gangs. Among the exorbitant costs of Willis’ case against Trump includes payments totaling about $700,000 to Wade, her ex-lover, who has since told a divorce court that he is too poor to make child payments since being forced to resign from the case.

Rep. Jordan’s comments come after his committee sent a letter to Willis asking about her use of the funds, prompting the Georgia prosecutor to throw her own fit in the form of a hotly-worded response letter.

“[W]e have already provided you with substantial information about our programs that are funded via federal grants,” she wrote.

“We will not shut down this office’s efforts to prosecute crimes — including gang activity, acts of violence and public corruption — to meet unreasonable deadlines in your politically motivated ‘investigation’ of this office.”

“[L]et me state this clearly: nothing that you do will derail the efforts of my staff and I to bring the election interference prosecution to trial so that a jury of Fulton County citizens can determine the guilt or innocence of the defendants,” she concludes in her letter. “My family, my staff and I have been threatened repeatedly by people making violent, often racist, attacks.”

Willis, meanwhile, is still being targeted by President Trump’s lawyers in their appeal of a decision allowing her to stay on the case. Separately, she faces a probe by Georgia lawmakers where recently an attorney for one of Trump’s co-defendants produced visitor logs from the White House showing that Willis met with Vice President Kamala Harris while her investigation was ongoing.

Other individuals have stepped forward with allegations that have further damaged the prosecutor’s career. A onetime friend claimed she was being untruthful about the timeline of her relationship with Wade while a former divorce attorney claimed Wade admitted to seeing Willis long before he was hired by her office.


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