Fulton County DA Facing Allegation Of Improper Relationship

A major player in the ongoing Georgia election case has filed a motion alleging an “improper” romantic relationship between Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her colleague Nathan Wade.

The defendant, political operative Mike Roman, claims that Willis and Wade have been involved in a long-term affair, using potentially fraudulent payments to fund lavish vacations together. According to sources close to both the special prosecutor and district attorney, the two traveled to Napa Valley, Florida, and even cruised the Caribbean using tickets purchased by Wade.

This bombshell revelation raises serious concerns about the impartiality of the prosecution, as well as the legality of their actions. It is absolutely unacceptable for the district attorney and the special prosecutor to be engaged in a clandestine affair while working on a high-profile case that has major implications for the state’s election integrity.

But it gets even worse. The motion also alleges that Willis and Wade’s relationship began before Wade was even appointed as special prosecutor, calling into question the legitimacy of his appointment. It seems that the district attorney may have had a hand in selecting someone with whom she has a personal relationship to lead the prosecution against former President Donald Trump and 17 other co-defendants.

This raises serious questions about the motive behind pursuing this case and whether there was any improper influence in the decision to charge these individuals. Is this simply a politically motivated move by Willis and Wade, trying to gain favor with the liberal establishment by going after a former president who shook up the status quo?

The filing also calls into question the use of public funds by the district attorney and special prosecutor, accusing them of violating laws and abusing taxpayer money for their own personal gain. This is a clear violation of their oaths of office and the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct.

It’s becoming increasingly clear that this case is a complete sham, fueled by personal relationships and political agendas. The district attorney and special prosecutor have not only lost their objectivity in this case but also their credibility and the trust of the people they were elected to serve.

Furthermore, the fact that a draft indictment was leaked to the media before it was approved by the court is highly suspicious and could potentially taint any future trial. It seems that Willis’s office is more concerned with scoring political points and playing to the press than ensuring a fair and just legal process.

This is just the latest example of how the left will stop at nothing to take down Donald Trump and anyone associated with him. They are willing to break the law and trample on the Constitution to achieve their political goals. But the American people are tired of these witch hunts and can see right through this charade.