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Biden Admin ‘Plant’ Inside Fani Willis’ Office Exposed?

What if I told you that the Biden administration had a plant inside of Fani Willis‘ office to target President Trump?

Jeff DiSantis is a man who reportedly has far too much experience and far too many accolades to be the standard county employee, yet he was working inside Willis’ office as Deputy District Attorney.

The Democrat strategist was the former Executive Director for the Georgia Democrat Party and that’s not all. DiSantis was also the Deputy Compliance Director for the Democrat National Convention.

Why is someone who works at the state and national level working as a county prosecutor? Something just doesn’t add up here.

Moreover, DiSantis has an incredibly lengthy history of working for Democrat candidates nationwide—that is not normal for a county-level employee. Here’s what we know about DiSantis:

Breitbart broke the story and provided this bio for DiSanits:

Jeff has also worked for candidates in 30 states running for a variety of offices, including President of the United States, United States Senator, Governor, United States Representative, Attorney General, District Attorney, and Mayor, as well as for a national political party committee. He has served as a campaign manager, media consultant, pollster, press spokesman, research director, and policy advisor.

NATIONAL POLL: Should Fani Willis Be Disbarred?

Reporter Jennifer Van Laar added: “There’s at least one thing missing from the story about Jeff Disantis, the brain behind Fani Willis: Disantis owns 20/20 Insight; since 1/1/21, 20/20 Insight has received more than $2.3 million just from federal campaign committees, including the Senate Majority PAC, according to FEC records.

This is a violation of Fulton County personnel laws.”

Even Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is now calling the Fani Willis prosecution ‘political’, according to The Hill:

“I gotta be careful about what I say here, because I was subpoenaed by Fani, with Willis in the special grand jury,” Kemp said during an appearance on NewsNation.

“But it’s hard to believe that a process that I think many people — including myself — believe is very political, regardless of the merits behind the case, has gotten even more political now because of her actions and those of Mr. Wade and others.”


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