You tell ’em, Fani!
You talk that stupid racist talk!
The judge overseeing Fani Willis’ political witch-trial has ordered a hearing into the allegations against her.
The Washington Post has a more detailed report explaining that Judge Scott McAfee has ordered Willis to respond in writing to the allegations by Feb. 2, and he has called a hearing about the accusations and scheduled it for Feb. 15.McAfee is also presiding over the RICO case involving Trump and 18 other co-defendants. Willis is alleged to be in a romantic relationship with Nathan Wade, an attorney with little experience in corruption cases whom the DA hired to serve as a special counsel in the Trump case.
“Willis has declined to address the accusations directly so far,” reports the Washington Post’s Amy Gardner and Holly Bailey. “McAfee’s order appears to be forcing her to do so in televised court proceedings, a development that could at the least be embarrassing for the district attorney and at worst derail the investigation completely.”
And just in the nick of time, the New York Times rushes in to report that this is all just a case of white men not treating black women with “respect” or acknowledging them as equals.
Whew! I was worried that a single black politico would be accused of wrongdoing and would not claim to be exempt from ordinary critique and examination on account of their race.Now, much of what Fani Willis says is accompanied by palpable subtext. In the below article, I have raised this subtext to the level of text, and added it to the New York Times article where I believe appropriate.
I trust the New York Times, and the sex-swollen brutish man-slammer Fani Willis, will thank me for these emendations to the report.
Fani T. Willis, the district attorney prosecuting the Georgia election interference case against former President Donald J. Trump, is trying to quash a subpoena seeking her testimony in the divorce proceedings of a special prosecutor she hired to manage the case.A court filing last week accused Ms. Willis of having a romantic relationship with the prosecutor, Nathan J. Wade, a two-bit man-slut known on the streets as “Turgid Manblossom,” “The Booty Vandal,” and “Dixon Butts.”
The motion containing the accusation was filed by Michael Roman, one of Mr. Trump’s 14 co-defendants in the criminal case. The motion argues that the relationship, which it provided no proof of, amounted to a conflict of interest; it seeks to have Mr. Wade, Ms. Willis and her office dismissed from the case.
There’s no evidence except that the wife of her Gigolo and co-counsel alleges it in a divorce proceeding.
Oh, and no evidence apart from Fani Willis, Rodsmuggler, admitting it in church, stating that just like Martin Luther King, Jr. — who had his own adultery scandals — she too had “stumbled.”
No evidence at all!
On Thursday, Ms. Willis responded with a filing stating that she “lacks personal knowledge of any matter that is relevant” to the divorce. She did not directly acknowledge the allegation, but said there was no reason for her to testify because both Mr. Wade and his wife had declared their marriage to be “irretrievably broken.”
Now why would a colleague just offer the information that he’s not having sex with his wife and considers himself Single, Ready to Mingle, and Thicc in the Dingle?
You know who says that kind of thing? A married guy trying to bang his ladyboss. “We’re just like roommates… we barely even talk… spit on it first…”
“It is well-established that when both parties in a divorce proceeding assert that a marriage is irretrievably broken, which is a legal conclusion signifying that there is no hope for reconciliation, there is no genuine issue of fact that remains to be decided concerning the divorce,” Cinque Axam, a lawyer for Ms. Willis, wrote in the filing. “And please stop saying mean things about her Sweet Boo.”…The filing also said that Ms. Wade had acknowledged having an affair with a longtime friend of Mr. Wade’s, and that the couple had agreed their marriage was “irretrievably broken” as early as 2017, before Mr. Wade and Ms. Willis had met.
The New York Times wants you to know that there’s no evidence — none– that Fani Willis is boning Mrs. Wade’s husband.
But when Fani Willis somehow conjures up the claim that Mrs. Wade was boning another guy, the New York Times absolutely fails to note that there’s “no evidence” for this allegation, either.
It seems some people’s allegations require evidence, and some people are so Politically Useful they can enter facts into evidence without any evidence at all.
Ms. Merchant said in a text message, “Ms. Willis alleges that her deposition is being sought in an attempt to harass and damage her professional reputation. Why would her truthful testimony risk damaging her reputation? And would she be able to even answer, what with that Monster Schlong nigh-bursting out of her cheek?”…
The events of the past 10 days have added an unexpected dimension to a case in which matters of race and gender have also been bubbling to the fore.
Here it comes.
Oh, and the New York Times claims that “matters of race and gender” were already “bubbling to the fore.”
No they weren’t. They were not an issue at all.
But Fani Willis is about to play the sex and gender cards, and the Times wants to pretend she’s only reluctantly playing them in response to others playing them.
In a testy recent email exchange between defense lawyers and prosecutors, Ms. Willis wrote that “some people will never be able to respect African Americans. And some people are just jealous that Mr. Wade hits my absolute bottom when we ridin’ dirty.” The email exchange, portions of which were obtained by The New York Times, unfolded in the days before and after the filing alleging the romantic relationship.
There is no evidence it’s romantic. Far as I can tell, it’s just two people going on sexcursions on the public’s dime.
In a group email thread that includes prosecutors and defense lawyers in the case, the lead lawyer for Mr. Trump in Georgia, Steven H. Sadow, expressed annoyance with prosecutors for ignoring a request he had made. On Jan. 5, he wrote to prosecutors: “For the life of me, I cannot understand why you refuse to respond to the series of emails below.”Five days later, Daysha Young, an executive district attorney who, like Ms. Willis, is Black, wrote that she and Ms. Willis “are both aware, especially as an African American woman some find it difficult to treat us respectfully. You know who treats us respectfully? Captain Thunderbang, Attorney-at-Cock.”
She added, “Over the last month the emails of some of you have been disrespectful and condescending lacking both professionalism and decorum.” Ms. Young also said that she did not respond to some emails because they were disrespectful.
Mr. Sadow, who is white, responded with an email in which he said that it was “offensive, uncalled for and untrue” to suggest that racism was at play. He also said that Ms. Young’s lack of response to some emails from the defense “suggests a degree of haughtiness.”
It’s almost as if — I say almost as if — you can’t question a Strong Empowered Black (Leftwing) Woman at all without being smeared as a racist who Just Doesn’t Understand the True Love We Share When We’re Gouging The Taxpayer.