Trump learns – Fani Willis episode shows two can play the scandal game


by Don Surber

Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016 without needing to dig up dirt on Hillary because the FBI already did that with the email scandal. But he failed to dig up dirt on Biden in 2020. The open secret in DC was Biden was easily bought. Everyone knew — except Trump.

Now as he faces lawfare — the act of tying a man up in court to bleed him dry from legal fees — Trump apparently has learned to dig up dirt on at least one of his persecutors: Fani Willis the George Soros district attorney in Atlanta who threw her weight and indicted President Trump and associates, hoping to bring him down.

Thus far, all she has done is boost his electoral chances by forcing him to take a mugshot.

The Hill reluctantly — painfully — reported,

“More people see former President Trump as electable after the release of his mug shot and his decision to skip the first GOP debate of the 2024 cycle, according to a poll.

“The new Morning Consult poll found that 62% of potential primary voters surveyed believe Trump has the best chance of any Republican of beating President Biden.

“That is up 9% from the previous poll and matches the high since Morning Consult began asking the question in April. The poll was conducted after last week’s debate and the former president’s arrest in Georgia.”

The mugshot was worth $7 million to him in campaign donations. Thank you, Fani, for the overreach.

But apparently Trump did not stop there. Someone took a look at Fani’s love life and lo and behold found she was having an affair with the outside attorney she hired for $700,000. They went on cruises and went to the White House together to get instruction on prosecuting a president.

The conflict of interest brought a motion to disqualify her so concerning that the judge held a hearing on it. The media is very reluctant to admit that the motion has merit.

Politico reported,

“The lead prosecutor in the Georgia case against Donald Trump took the witness stand Thursday and lashed out at those seeking to remove her from one of the most significant criminal cases in American history.

“Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis grew increasingly combative with defense attorneys who accused her of having a conflict of interest stemming from her romantic relationship with Nathan Wade, a special prosecutor she hired to help run the case. Attorneys for Trump and several other defendants say Willis improperly benefited from the case because Wade allegedly used income from his work on the case to pay for numerous vacations that he took with Willis to places like Aruba and Belize.”

Well, if he didn’t use income from his work, where did the money come from? A pot of gold for capturing a leprechaun? He’s a two-bit lawyer given $700,000 from a politician to take her on vacations. He isn’t prime time, he’s Louis Prima time.

Buried in the story was her belligerence in court, which cause Judge Scott McAfee to chastise her. Paragraphs 14 and 15 said,

“Defense attorneys clearly grew frustrated with the district attorney’s off-the-cuff commentary, prompting McAfee to warn her twice that he would strike portions of her testimony if she continued to stray far afield from the attorneys’ questions.

“Willis’ testimony followed several hours on the witness stand by Wade, who entered a contract with Willis’ office in November 2021 to help run the Trump probe as a special prosecutor. Wade faced a barrage of questions about the timeline of his romantic relationship with Willis and how the pair financed vacations they took in 2022 and 2023.

“Willis and Wade have insisted that their romantic relationship did not begin until 2022, after she had already hired him, and thus had no bearing on that decision.

“But early on Thursday, another witness took the stand and contradicted that claim. That witness — Robin Yeartie, a self-described one-time close friend of Willis who later had a falling out with her — said she observed a romantic relationship between Willis and Wade as early as November 2019. Yeartie testified that she saw them kissing before Willis hired Wade on Nov. 1, 2021.”

This information did not fall out of the sky. Someone investigated, discovered Wade’s wife was divorcing him and also discovered the super-duper $700,000 lawyer failed to have the divorce sealed.

AP blew the Willis scandal off, writing,

“Donald Trump ‘s unprecedented tangle of overlapping trials was on full display Thursday with simultaneous court hearings in New York and Georgia.

“In Manhattan, a judge ruled that Trump’s hush-money case will begin on March 25, making it the first of his indictments to go to trial. So there are 39 days before he becomes the first former president in U.S. history to be tried on criminal charges.

“By that time, Trump could very well have won enough Republican delegates to be his party’s presumptive nominee.

“In Atlanta, attorneys grilled a special prosecutor on the Georgia election interference indictment against Trump over the prosecutor’s romantic relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, trying to get Willis and her office thrown off the case.”

Simultaneous trials in two different cases in separate states clearly violate his right to a fair trail. Trump also needs time to plan his defense.

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But he failed to dig up dirt on Biden in 2020.

Again, he didn’t have to. The NYP did, but the FBI ordered it suppressed. Trump used some of that in debates, but when Robin Ware/Robert L. Peters/JRB Ware/Pedo Peter/idiot Biden lied in response, the moderator, of course, failed to follow up.

I wonder if a Democrat judge has the guts to upend, if not fully trash, this tentacle of the left’s desperate lawfare campaign. Given what we know, it’s a no-brainer, but nothing follows lawful reason nowadays. Even the slam-dunk before the Supreme Court right now concerning a state official simply unilaterally deciding Trump can be banned from the ballot is not over till it’s over.

Willis won’t be disqualified because there’s no legal basis for disqualification.

Last edited 1 month ago by Greg

Well, not for a Democrat. Simply being a fascist, lying, corrupt whore that brings false charges against a Presidential candidate and steals taxpayer money is no disqualification, except for civilized, moral, honest people.