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New, Troubling Allegations Emerge Against Fani Willis’ Lover Nathan Wade

It looks like things have gone from bad to worse for Fani Willis’ lover and colleague Nathan Wade.

According to sources, The small claims attorney-turned-special counsel was reportedly responsible for hiring and firing personnel within Fani Willis‘ office.

He also helped facilitate Willis’ transition into her role as a prosecutor after she secured victory in 2020.

Not only does this likely contradict the official timeline for their relationship, but it almost certainly shows that Willis and Wade were far more than friends at the time.

Why else would Wade, a small claims and traffic attorney, be trusted with such high-level decision-making? Here’s what is currently being alleged:

Breitbart had the exclusive scoop about Wade’s alleged role within Willis’ office:

“I had about maybe ten people in the interview,” another source described the reinterview process with Wade.

“Nathan definitely was up moving around and taking charge in the room.

Wade hired the entire office of 250 employees,” the person said.

“I was just telling him my employment background, and they just sit there and looked at me and they said well, ‘you’ll get an email on our decision.’

And that’s what Wade said. And he looked at Willis. They looked at each other. And there was just something so weird going on.”

In a related development, Chuck Callesto reports: “Judge McAfee has determined Attorney for NATHAN WADE MUST RETAKE THE STAND in Fani Willis Hearings an that Bradley must answer questions that are NOT COVERED by the attorney-client privilege. Wade’s phone records CONTRADICTING HIS TESTIMONY will also be taken up on Friday.”

ABC News had more on Wade’s attorney being forced to testify again:

The defense contends that Bradley has evidence that Wade and Willis’ relationship began before Wade was hired, which would contradict what Willis and Wade told the court.

Bradley largely declined to answer questions from the defense during a Feb. 15 hearing on the matter, citing attorney-client privilege.


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