Atlanta’s Top Newspaper Admits Fani Willis Is Now In BIG Trouble


by Mark Steffen

The largest newspaper in Atlanta is putting the writing on the wall for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Moments after the state Court of Appeals agreed to hear a challenge on Willis’ qualifications to continue prosecuting former President Donald Trump, a reporter for the Atlanta Constitution-Journal wrote up a story quoting experts who predict that the Democrat’s case may never be resolved before Election Day. The case has already been sidelined for months by revelations of her romantic relationship with former subordinate Nathan Wade. Now that an appeal has been granted, Willis will lose more weeks or months in her rush to prosecute Trump before Election Day.

“There’s no way this case gets to trial this year,” Atlanta defense attorney Andrew Fleischman told the outlet. “I would expect the appeals court to issue its opinion sometime next year. This issue is important. You’re prosecuting the former president of the United States. This is obviously an area of the law that needs clarification. … It’s so important to the outcome of the case.”

Noting a three-judge screening panel likely took up Judge Scott McAfee’s “certificate of immediate review,” which allows defendants to appeal a ruling, the paper pointed out that just one of three judges must agree to hear an appeal. The court’s one-page order did not name which judge that may have been. McAfee told the paper that he will work to resolve pretrial motions in the case while a decision is pending.

In a statement, Trump attorney Steve Saddow praised the Appeals Court for its decision. “President Trump looks forward to presenting interlocutory arguments to the Georgia Court of Appeals as to why the case should be dismissed and Fulton County DA Willis should be disqualified for her misconduct in this unjustified, unwarranted political persecution,” Sadow said.

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Fat Fani f**ked her own case because she f**ked her assistant. The case is not worth moving forward anyway as it is based entirely on an edited recording of an illegally recorded phone call. Usually, a prosecutor would throw the case out because it is unwinnable, but this was supposed to be Fat Fani’s road to fame and glory.