These last couple of days have really been momentous for the fight against the political establishment.
Fani Willis and her alleged lover Nathan J. Wade were put under the spotlight after their troubling relationship was discovered.
Congressional investigators point to $650,000 in payments Willis made to Wade for consulting services.
This would not be out of the ordinary if Wade was not a small claims and traffic attorney; it also would not be out of the ordinary if he was not accused of being Willis’ lover.
Castro is alleged to have falsified tax documents and defrauded the government.
In a similar vein, Wade is now being investigated by members of Congress. Here’s the letter the House Judiciary Committee sent to Wade:
Just The News confirmed:
Earlier this week, one of Trump’s co-defendants alleged that Willis maintained a clandestine relationship with Wade, whom she hired for the case and has paid more than $650,000.
Jordan’s letter did not directly address the allegations of the relationship, but focused on Wade’s receipt of funds.
Sully provided a link to Wade’s webpage and noted: “Fani Willis used taxpayer money to pay her boyfriend to join the team that is persecuting Trump. Her boyfriend is a traffic and small claims lawyer. She paid him $650,000.”
Fani Willis used taxpayer money to pay her boyfriend to join the team that is persecuting Trump.
Her boyfriend is a traffic and small claims lawyer. She paid him $650,000.
Here is his webpage: https://t.co/lpzTacXWWG
— SULLY🇺🇸 (@SULLY10X) January 12, 2024
Fox 5 Atlanta, a local Fox affiliate, spoke with Congressman Jim Jordan:
FOX 5 spoke exclusively with Jordan about concerns that prosecutors comingled funds while investigating former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants.
“You’re using federal funds to do this,” exclaimed Jordan. “They get $14.6 million in grant money.”