New Fani Willis Evidence Is an ‘Earthquake’, Geraldo Rivera Warns

New evidence has been presented in the case to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and prosecutor Nathan Wade from former President Donald Trump’s Georgia election interference case. Willis hired Wade in 2021 to lead the racketeering case against Trump and 18 co-defendants, who are accused of conspiring to overturn Joe Biden’s 2020 win in Georgia.

In an attempt to disqualify Willis and her team, Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign staffer and one of the co-defendants, brought forward allegations of a personal relationship between Willis and Wade in early January. Rivera, a friend-turned-critic of Trump, wrote on X that the powerful evidence suggests their relationship started well before her sworn testimony stated it did. Willis and Wade confirmed that they had a relationship but that it started in the spring of 2022 after Willis hired Wade and that neither benefited financially.

They said the relationship ended in the summer of 2023. Judge Scott McAfee, who is presiding over the election interference case, held a series of hearings last week to determine if Willis and her office will be disqualified from the case. Trump’s lawyers filed a supplemental brief with McAfee, asking him to review new information, including an affidavit from a private investigator who analyzed Wade’s cellphone location data. Rivera said that the focus of the case will continue to shift rapidly away from Trump and his co-defendants and hit squarely on the credibility and possible perjury of the prosecutor.

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