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ROUND 2: President Trump And His Allies Take IMMEDIATE Action Against Willis!

Fani Willis just got more bad news as the entrenched and embattled prosecutor continues to face legal and career troubles.

The Fulton County prosecutor is now facing not one pretrial motion to remove her from the case, but two separate motions to remove her from the case.

President Trump and 8 other co-defendants have lodged yet another pretrial appeal to remove Willis for her clear conflict of interest. Conservative influencer George provided a portion of the ruling:

“Nothing in the law—anywhere—says that the remedy for an appearance of impropriety is the disqualification of one apparently conflicted lawyer but not another.

Yet that is what the trial court did. If Wade was apparently conflicted and he needed to be disqualified (as the trial court found), then DA Willis necessarily was also conflicted and must be disqualified.

Because the trial court properly found an appearance of impropriety as to both DA Wilis and SADA Wade existed, the law requires the disqualification of them both.”

The Epoch Times featured more direct text from the appeal:

“While the trial court factually found DA Willis’s out-of-court statements were improper and Defendants proved an apparent conflict of interest, the trial court erred as a matter of law by not requiring dismissal and DA Willis’ disqualification. This legal error requires the Court’s immediate review,” the application reads.

Defendant Harrison Floyd, a former leader of “Black Voices for Trump”, lodged a separate pretrial appeal arguing against Willis’ authority to bring the case to trial.

Despite Judge McAfee’s ruling, the judge also had this to say, according to CNN:

In his ruling earlier this month, McAfee was highly critical of Willis and Wade’s relationship, describing it as being the result of “bad choices.”

“This finding is by no means an indication that the Court condones this tremendous lapse in judgment or the unprofessional manner of the District Attorney’s testimony during the evidentiary hearing,” McAfee wrote.


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