Top Obama Official Has TURNED On Willis, Says She Needs To Step Down Immediately..


Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis, known for her relentless pursuit of former President Donald Trump, is facing calls to step down amid allegations of an inappropriate personal relationship with a married member of her legal team. Former U.S. Attorney Michael Moore, an Obama appointee, suggested on CNN that Willis’ compromised position jeopardizes the prosecution of Trump in an election interference case.

Moore emphasized that the accusations of an “improper, clandestine personal relationship” are overshadowing the case and advised Willis to recuse herself. He underscored the importance of the case being bigger than any individual prosecutor, emphasizing the potential impact of ethical concerns on the legal proceedings.

The court filing by Trump co-defendant Michael Roman, a former 2020 campaign official, outlines a series of ethical breaches and legal misconduct by Willis. The accusations include hiring her alleged lover, special prosecutor Nathan Wade, to handle the case and indulging in extravagant vacations funded by taxpayer money allocated for the case.

The court documents highlight instances of travel to vacation destinations such as Napa Valley, Florida, and the Caribbean, raising questions about the necessity of these trips for work purposes. Notably, Wade’s billing document includes a line item where he billed for 24 hours in a day at $250 per hour, prompting scrutiny.

While some focus on the alleged affair and financial payments, defense attorney Manny Arora expressed greater concern about Wade’s “utter lack of experience” in relevant case law. Wade, originally a personal injury lawyer, was hired as a “special prosecutor” by his alleged girlfriend, raising questions about his qualifications for handling a high-stakes RICO case.

Wade has been paid almost $1 million since his appointment in November 2021, prompting inquiries into whether the district attorney obtained proper approval for his appointment. The court filing questions why Willis did not seek county approval for the special prosecutor, emphasizing concerns about Wade’s qualifications for handling the complex charges.

These revelations raise critical questions about Willis’ judgment and the integrity of her office, requiring transparent answers to maintain public trust. As the controversy unfolds, it becomes imperative to address these concerns to ensure a fair and impartial legal process.