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As we peel back the layers of this rotten onion, the extent of Fani Willis and her cronies’ corruption, unprofessionalism, and lack of trustworthiness becomes much clearer. By now, you’ve probably heard the accusation of Fani being romantically involved with the lead investigator on the Trump case. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It turns out her alleged lover didn’t just meet with White House legal staff during that period – he also reportedly raked in a significant sum for his role.

Kanekoa the Great:

TIMELINE🚨 Biden White House Coordinates Fani Willis Indictment of Donald Trump

Yesterday, in a shocking revelation, @MarcoPolo501c3 uncovered a significant connection between Nathan Wade, Fani Willis’ lead prosecutor, and the Biden White House.

Fani Willis’ lead prosecutor held meetings with Biden’s White House Counsel on May 23 and Nov. 18, 2022, before indicting Donald Trump, Biden’s leading presidential opponent.

Remember when Fani Willis prematurely leaked Trump’s indictment before announcing it at a late-night press conference at 11:37 pm?

Newt Gingrich told @charliekirk11 that someone from DC called Fani Willis and demanded she indict Trump that Monday night, Aug. 14, 2023, to divert attention away from the Weiss “screw up.”

That Weiss “screw up” originated on July 19, 2023, when IRS whistleblowers testified before Congress about DOJ and Weiss blocking investigators from filing felony charges against Hunter Biden, tipping off Hunter about search warrants, preventing witness interviews, and restricting any investigation into President Joe Biden.

Senator Chuck Grassley later released an FBI FD-1023 form detailing a $10 million bribery scheme involving VP Joe Biden and Hunter Biden.

One week later, Judge Noreika dismantled Weiss’s unprecedented sweetheart immunity deal for Hunter, questioning why the DOJ granted full-scale immunity to Hunter Biden for unrelated crimes.

In the following weeks, the House Oversight Committee released bank records showing payments to the Bidens from Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.

Rep. James Comer disclosed over 170 suspicious activity reports submitted by six banks to the Treasury Department, implicating the Biden family in money laundering, human trafficking, and tax fraud.

Devon Archer, Hunter Biden’s business partner, claimed President Joe Biden was involved in over twenty calls regarding his son’s foreign business dealings.

Leading up to Friday, Aug. 11, 2023, when Garland appointed Weiss as Special Counsel despite prior false statements to Congress that Weiss already had the authority to file charges against Hunter, further exposing the DOJ’s corruption.

Garland appointed Weiss after he was the attorney who approved Hunter Biden’s unprecedented sweetheart deal, and IRS whistleblowers testified before Congress that Weiss had obstructed the investigation into the Bidens for the last five years.

This would explain why Fani Willis leaked the indictment prematurely on Monday, Aug. 14, 2023, before holding a press conference at a quarter to midnight, shifting the media’s focus away from the DOJ protecting Biden to Fani Willis indicting Trump.

As revealed in yesterday’s court filings, Nathan Wade, Fani Willis’ lead prosecutor, held meetings with Biden White House Counsel at the beginning and near the end of her grand jury, strategically coordinating Biden’s prosecution of Donald Trump.

We’ve uncovered that Joe Biden seems to have his grubby hands in every single sham indictment against President Trump. This revelation probably isn’t surprising to anyone who’s been following this political circus.

Attorney Mike Davis:


Biden has his hands in all 4 (bogus) indictments against his top political enemy.

1. Biden, though his deputy White House counsel Jonathan Su, waived Trump’s claim of executive privilege. This led to unprecedented home raid on Trump. And Jack Smith’s appointment and 2 (bogus) indictments against Trump.

2. Matthew Colangelo got sent from the Biden DOJ #3’s office to Soros-funded Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s office to bring the first (bogus) indict against Trump.

3. Nathan Wade, Fulton County DA Fani Willis’ special prosecutor and secret boyfriend, had Georgia taxpayers pay for his two meetings with the Biden White House Counsel before Fani Willis brought her (bogus) indictment against Trump.

House Judiciary Chairman @Jim_Jordan must haul them in to testify and publicly explain this.

But the plot has thickened even more. A recent explosive report from Politico reveals that the January 6th sham committee, spearheaded by the ousted and failed Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, was also collaborating with authorities in Georgia. Their goal? To “steer” the prosecution against President Trump.

It looks like it’s time for Adam and Liz and the rest of the sham J6 committee to preserve their records.


Georgia prosecutors probing Donald Trump’s effort to subvert the 2020 election got an early boost in the spring of 2022. It came from another set of investigators who were way ahead of them: the House Jan. 6 select committee.

Committee staff quietly met with lawyers and agents working for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in mid-April 2022, just as she prepared to convene a special grand jury investigation. In the previously unreported meeting, the Jan. 6 committee aides let the district attorney’s team review — but not keep — a limited set of evidence they had gathered.

Over the next few months, committee staff also had a series of phone calls with Willis’ team. They answered the prosecutors’ questions and shared insight on matters like Trump’s false electors gambit and his efforts to pressure Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Both of those ploys ultimately featured prominently in the criminal charges that Willis brought against Trump and his allies last summer.

The contacts between the committee and Willis’ team also helped prosecutors prepare for interviews with key witnesses.

The content of the meetings and calls was described by two former committee officials familiar with the outreach, who were granted anonymity to speak candidly about the contacts. The timing was corroborated by exhibits attached to new court filings in Willis’ ongoing prosecution of Trump and 14 co-defendants for their efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

The committee aided Willis’ nascent probe even as it rebuffed the Justice Department’s requests for material in the separate federal criminal probe of Trump’s election subversion. At the time, one reason the committee was more inclined to cooperate with the Fulton County team than with the federal prosecutors was that federal prosecutors might have been required to disclose the evidence in ongoing criminal cases related to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

Now, it’s a game of “cover your Fani,” and Dem Bernie Thompson, the chairman of the J6 committee, is doing just that. The Politico piece goes on:

Jan. 6 committee chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) had previously described “staff-level contacts” between his panel and Fulton County prosecutors. In early April 2022 — nearly two weeks before the panel’s staff met with Willis’ team — Thompson told reporters he wasn’t aware of how extensive those contacts were. And on Wednesday, Thompson told POLITICO that he did not know about the in-person visit that spring.

Willis’ office did not respond to requests for comment. A former Jan. 6 committee aide said in a statement: “As the January 6th Committee’s final report transparently stated, the Committee shared information — all of which is now public — with prosecutors conducting concurrent, independent investigations.”

Investigative reporter Sundance, who owns the popular blog Conservative Treehouse, had this to say about the bombshell:

The biggest worry now is that we’re dealing with seasoned criminals who’ve likely borrowed a trick from Hillary’s playbook and bleached all the computers thoroughly.