Georgia DA Accused of Sex Scandal – This Won’t Help Her Prosecute Trump

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As I am sure you are well aware, Donald Trump has a litany of court cases going on at present and all over the nation. But one of the largest ones may just have been put to bed – in Trump’s favor.

Trump, among others, is currently being investigated and prosecuted for allegedly interfering with the 2020 election in Fulton County, Georgia. However, a former Trump campaign official, who is facing criminal charges along with Trump, has just alleged that the Georgia DA prosecuting the case has had an ongoing and untoward relationship with a special prosecutor on the case.

Basically, it could jeopardize the entire case against Trump, allowing for it to be thrown out.

According to Michael Roman, Fulton County DA Fani Willis has been engaged in an “improper, clandestine relationship” in which she supposedly hired her “inexperienced lover,” Nathan Wade, as a special prosecutor for the Trump case. Furthermore, the pair supposedly used the fees paid to Wade to take lavish vacations and trips together, all on the taxpayer’s dime.

Additionally, Roman and his lawyer, Ashleigh Merchant, claim that Willis didn’t even have the “legal authority to appoint a special prosecutor.”

If the allegations are true, Roman claims it would make the case against him and Trump “fatally defective” and that it should “disqualify the district attorney, her office, and the special prosecutor from further prosecuting this matter.”

And Roman is right, it would render Willis and Wade ineffective against Trump.

But that’s only if the allegations are true. And so far, there is very little proof.

As the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, the case presented by Roman and Merchant “offers no concrete proof of the romantic ties between Willis and Wade. All they really have is the claim that the two have been on several trips together in places that don’t appear “work-related.”

However, there is a document trial that Wade purchased tickets for both himself and Willis on not one but two cruise lines at the same time. And “sources close to both the special prosecutor and the district attorney have confirmed they had an ongoing, personal relationship during the pendency of the special prosecutor’s divorce proceedings.”

So, whether the allegations are true remains to be seen at this point, but it certainly does look good for Willis, does it?