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MTG Goes After Fani Willis


Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has turned her attention to exposing the alleged ‘secret boyfriend’ of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis – the prosecutor in a 2020 election interference case against President Trump and his allies.

Thursday morning, MTG filed a formal complaint with the Georgia Ethics Commission against attorney Nathan Wade, who was hired by Fani Willis as part of the Trump case.

Allegedly, Willis and Wade have been involved in a scandalous romantic relationship that MTG claims has “potential serious violations” of Georgia state law about disclosing “solicitation” and any “excessive gifts” given to the prosecutor.

And by “excessive gifts” we are, of course, referring to Willis allegedly paying Wade a much higher hourly rate than her other special prosecutors on the case, and then Wade, in turn, using the extra funds to take Willis on lavish vacations…

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MTG posted on X after filing the complaint:

Benny Johnson also covered MTG’s ethics complaint against Willis’ ‘secret’ lover:

Fox News originally broke the story:

Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has set her sights on the “secret boyfriend” of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who is prosecuting a case against President Trump and several of his allies over alleged 2020 election interference.

On Thursday morning, the firebrand conservative lawmaker filed a complaint with Georgia’s ethics commission against Nathan Wade, an outside attorney whom Willis hired for the Trump case and allegedly engaged in an inappropriate romantic relationship with, alleging “potential serious violations” of state law over his purported failure to register and file lobbyist paperwork disclosing “his solicitation” of Willis and “excessive gifts” to the prosecutor.

“Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis stands credibly accused of using Fulton County and federal COVID funds to pay her unqualified, secret boyfriend Nathan Wade–who has never tried a felony case–$250 per hour to collude with the Biden White House counsel and help Fani Willis bring unprecedented RICO felony charges against President Trump and 18 co-defendants,” Greene wrote in the complaint shared with Fox News Digital.

“Willis allegedly paid her secret boyfriend a significantly higher hourly rate than another one of her special prosecutors who actually has significant experience,” she continued. “And with the nearly $700,000 Wade has collected in government funds as one of Willis’ special prosecutors, he has allegedly taken her on a luxury Caribbean cruise, a trip to Napa, and other lavish trips.”

In the complaint, Greene alleges “serious violations of the Georgia Campaign Finance Act” and said the “public has a right to know who, or what, has influence over the officials employed by their tax dollars.”

The Daily Beast also reported:

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has filed an ethics complaint against Nathan Wade, accusing the Georgia special prosecutor in the Donald Trump election interference case of potentially violating state law amid allegations he had an “improper” relationship with Fulton County district attorney Fani Willis.

In a Thursday filing with the Georgia Ethics Commission, the Republican lawmaker accused Wade of a slew of misdeeds, including failing to file lobbyist paperwork over “his solicitation” of Willis and his “excessive gifts” to the DA, and violating the Georgia Campaign Finance Act. Earlier this month, Greene reportedly filed a misconduct complaint against Willis, claiming that her alleged affair with Wade was an “obviously illegal conflict of interest.”

“Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis stands credibly accused of using Fulton County and federal COVID funds to pay her unqualified, secret boyfriend Nathan Wade—who has never tried a felony case—$250 per hour to collude with the Biden White House counsel and help Fani Willis bring unprecedented RICO felony charges against President Trump and 18 co-defendants,” Greene wrote in the ethics complaint, first obtained by Fox News.

“Willis allegedly paid her secret boyfriend a significantly higher hourly rate than another one of her special prosecutors who actually has significant experience,” she added. “And with the nearly $700,000 Wade has collected in government funds as one of Willis’ special prosecutors, he has allegedly taken her on a luxury Caribbean cruise, a trip to Napa, and other lavish trips.”

Wade’s attorney declined to comment. A spokesperson for the Georgia Ethics Commission declined to comment about the “active case,” but did provide a copy of Green’s complaint against Wade, who has 30 days to respond.

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