• April 20, 2024

UPDATE: Judge McAfee Decision on Fani Willis Disqualification Expected “Within The Next Two Weeks” (VIDEO)

 UPDATE: Judge McAfee Decision on Fani Willis Disqualification Expected “Within The Next Two Weeks” (VIDEO)

Closing arguments were underway on Friday in the case to disqualify Soros-backed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis for having an improper relationship with Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor she appointed to hunt down Trump and 18 co-defendants in the Georgia RICO case.

CBS News reported earlier, “Heading into Friday’s hearing, there are still lingering disputes over evidence that both sides have sought to admit. Defense attorneys want McAfee to admit Wade’s cellphone data as evidence, claiming it shows he was in the vicinity of a condo Willis rented from Yeartie in Hapeville, south of Atlanta, at least three dozen times in 2021. The state also requested more witness testimony from an employee of a winery in Napa that Willis and Wade visited together.

The Gateway Pundit reported on this geo-tracking data, which shows that Wade likely visited Willis’s home at least 35 TIMES in 2021. However, both Fani Willis and Nathan Wade testified that they met at Willis’s home no more than ten times. It was further discovered from cell phone data that Wade and Willis exchanged over 2,000 voice calls and almost 12,000 text messages in the 11 months of January to November 2021 before Nathan Wade was hired.

As the hearing began, McAfee told both sides that he hopes to reach a decision without further evidence being presented:

Judge Scott McAfee says he might be prepared to reach a decision on Fani Willis’ disqualification without further evidence.


— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) March 1, 2024

Fani Willis and Nathan Wade both testified earlier this month that they started a relationship AFTER Wade was appointed to lead the Trump election interference case.

However, as Robin Yearti, who worked in Fani Willis’s office, testified and according to texts from Terrence Bradley, Fani Willis and Nathan Wade started their relationship in 2019 – before Willis assigned Nathan Wade as lead prosecutor in the RICO lawfare case against President Trump.

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