Fani Willis has finally broken her silence and responded to the allegations against her.
WLTR recently reported that the Fulton County District Attorney came under fire for an inappropriate romantic and financial relationship with attorney Nathan Wade.
In a speech given to the Big Bethel AME Church, Willis claimed that the allegations against her were racial in nature—she played the racial discrimination card.
Someone needs to tell Fani that this isn’t about her being black, it is about the pot calling the kettle black.
Willis would not be under the microscope right now if she was not doing the bidding of an illegitimate government and engaging in a purely political prosecution against an innocent man. Take a look at what she had to say:
Fani Willis Responds to Bombshell Report She Gave Special Prosecutor Job to Her Love pic.twitter.com/yqHG3qjHrl
— Trending Politico (@PoliticoTrend) January 15, 2024
Fani Willis responds to allegations
1. She hired three special counsels. All three, including Nathan Wade, were paid same hourly rate.
2. Wade was previously hired by an elected Republican official and paid twice the rate.
Willis points to racial discrimination in criticisms. pic.twitter.com/rgMhTPjBFu
— Ryan Goodman (@rgoodlaw) January 15, 2024
The Hill had more of Willis’ comments:
“God, isn’t it them who’s playing the race card when they only question one?
“They’re playing the race card when they constantly think I need someone from some other jurisdiction in some other state to tell me how to do a job I’ve [done] almost 30 years.”
Journalist Kyle Becker presented this defining quote from Willis: “You cannot expect black women to be perfect and save the world.”
"You cannot expect black women to be perfect and save the world.”
Fani Willis Responds to Accusation She Gave Special Prosecutor Job to Her Lover https://t.co/bLYebxp4Pq
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) January 15, 2024
Unbelievable: Fulton County DA Fani Willis responds to allegations of relationship with special prosecutor in Trump case. Willis said the allegations and criticism are racially motivated. | https://t.co/uUTrmEKsIu https://t.co/Qp4SfhQHWC
— Inside Georgia Politics (@insidegapol) January 14, 2024
Newsweek provided some of text from the motion against Willis:
The filed motion continued: “[Wade] will continue to be incentivized to prosecute this case based on his personal and financial motives, so he has acquired a unique and personal interest or stake in Mr. Roman’s continued prosecution.
That is, he is motivated to prosecute Mr. Roman for as long as possible because he will continue to make exorbitant sums of money.”