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It looks like Fani Willis, the Georgia DA caught in a web of controversy, might be the one to soon face the music. Big Fani, embroiled in a scandal involving an affair with a married man she hired (and paid a fortune) to investigate President Trump, is in hot water. It’s not just the hiring and the hefty paycheck; she also ensured a good chunk of that money circled back to her through plane tickets and swanky hotel stays. This mess is big—so big that experts think it could spell the end for both Big Fani’s career and the sham case against President Trump.


In an interview with Fox News on Wednesday morning, attorney and legal analyst Phil Holloway laid out how Donald Trump’s Georgia election interference case could be dismissed amid Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ allegations she had an affair with a special prosecutor in her office who she hired in the case.

“If it can be proven she violated the constitution in the way of substitute due process claims, that she was fundamentally unfair in how she carried out her prosecutorial duties, then that could result in a dismissal (of the case),” Holloway told Harris Faulkner on The Faulkner Focus.

Isn’t it just the peak of irony that the woman pointing fingers at Trump for being crooked turns out to be the real crook herself? This seems to be a recurring theme, doesn’t it? They accuse Trump of the very things they’re guilty of—we’ve seen this play out over and over. And while her scandal with the married guy is bad enough, things are looking even grimmer for Big Fani. Now, there’s a secret audio recording coming into the mix. It’s between Fani and a government whistleblower who spilled the beans about Big Fani’s top aide misusing federal funds for Mac Books, travel, and other assorted swag. What did Big Fani do? Instead of heeding the warning and firing her top aide, she gave the whistleblower the boot less than two months later and actually had this person perp-walked out of the building.

It seems that the whistleblower’s warning struck a nerve with Fani, probably because she was engaged in pretty much the same shady dealings. Here’s what investigative reporter Andrew Kerr had to say about this bombshell audio unearthed by Free Beacon:

The Washington Free Beacon:

Fani Willis may have fired the employee who warned her about mishandling federal funds. But she didn’t deny her allegations.

Less than a year into her tenure as Fulton County district attorney, in 2021, Willis met with Amanda Timpson, an employee in the district attorney’s office responsible for giving nonviolent juvenile offenders “alternatives to the juvenile court system.” During their conversation, a recording of which was reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon, Timpson claimed to Willis that she had been demoted after attempting to stop a top Willis campaign aide from misusing federal grant money meant for a youth gang prevention initiative.

According to Timpson, the aide, Michael Cuffee, planned to use part of a $488,000 federal grant—earmarked for the creation of a Center of Youth Empowerment and Gang Prevention—to pay for “swag,” computers, and travel.


Less than two months later, Willis abruptly terminated Timpson and had her escorted out of her office by seven armed investigators, according to Timpson. When Timpson filed a whistleblower complaint the following year that alleged wrongful termination, Willis’s office issued a statement describing Timpson as a “holdover from the prior administration” who was terminated because of her “failure to meet the standards of the new administration.”

Timpson’s experience sheds further light on how Willis—who campaigned on the promise of restoring “integrity” to the district attorney’s office—does business. The Democrat has come under fire amid revelations that she tapped her lover, Nathan Wade, to handle the office’s racketeering case against former president Donald Trump. Willis is also alleged to have misappropriated taxpayer funds to facilitate her affair with Wade, a married man with scant prosecutorial experience.

To Timpson, these twin incidents demonstrate “a pattern” in Willis’s conduct.

“My case and Nathan Wade’s case are very similar when you break them down point by point,” Timpson told the Free Beacon. “Ethical violations, abuse of power, and the misuse of county, state, and federal funds.”

This will likely be the last straw for Big Fani’s career.

Her hopes of toppling President Trump with a bogus trial are crumbling. The prosecutor is about to be prosecuted. How’s that for the #TrumpCurse in action? It’ll be interesting to see who else it takes down.