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The word “bombshell” is overused, but what just went down in Georgia was more like a nuclear blast.



Caught in the fallout are Big Fani Willis and her lover, Nathan Wade. The case against Trump in Georgia is now in serious doubt. Furthermore, Big Fani and Nathan Wade appear to be in serious legal jeopardy, facing anything from sanctions to disbarment to even felony charges.

To recap, the judge in Trump’s Georgia case ordered a hearing to decide whether or not Fani Willis and her boyfriend ought to be thrown off the case due to misconduct, self-dealing, and misleading the court.


A Georgia judge ordered a two-day hearing this week to determine whether he should disqualify District Attorney Fani Willis from the racketeering case against Donald Trump because she had a romantic relationship with the lead prosecutor.

Trump co-defendant Michael Roman wants to question witnesses in court after accusing Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, and special prosecutor Nathan Wade of having an improper secret romance when she hired him in 2021 to lead the investigation into Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Roman’s attorney claims Willis has paid Wade more than $650,000 and they’ve received improper personal and financial benefits that require their removal from the case.

That hearing went down today, and it could spell the end of Fani.


A Georgia official who is prosecuting Donald Trump began an affair with a top lawyer on the case earlier than she claims, a court has heard.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Nathan Wade have said their relationship started only after she hired him in late 2021.

But a former friend of Ms Willis told the prosecutor’s misconduct hearing that the affair began in 2019.

The claims could upend the election-subversion charges against Mr Trump.


Ms Willis acknowledged in a court filing last week that she had an affair with Mr Wade, but denied it had tainted the Trump proceedings.

Her filing included a sworn affidavit from Mr Wade that said there was no “no personal relationship” between him and Ms Willis “prior to or at the time” he was appointed to the Trump case in November 2021.

But on Thursday morning, a former close friend of Ms Willis told the court in Atlanta, Georgia, that Ms Willis and Mr Wade’s romantic relationship began two years earlier.

Robin Yeartie, a former employee of the Fulton County district attorney’s office, said she had seen the couple “hugging, kissing”.

Julie Kelly was all over this one with a bombshell Twitter thread:

Nathan Wade about to take stand in Fani Willis’ disqualification hearing and this is just too good.

At issue is when Wade-Willis began. Fani claims it began in 2022 but her college friend just testified she had knowledge the affair began in 2019.

Oof—Mike Roman (defendant who uncovered the affair) atty just got Wade to acknowledge he claimed in his divorce proceedings in 2023 that he did not purchase anything including drinks, meals, trips etc for member of opposite sex. That’s not true.

He just admitted he traveled with Fani in 2022 and 2023. Doesn’t recall 2021. So he misled the court in his divorce case.

Wade now outrageously claiming his marriage ended in 2015 bc it was “irretrievably broken” even though HE IS STILL MARRIED. He has lied repeatedly during divorce case.

Now Wade claims he and Fani got together over—you guessed it—racism

It appears that both Fani and Nathan Wade brazenly lied to try to save their flailing Trump case—and their legal careers. Check out this whopper:

Who could possibly believe that?

The left tried to save the case…

… but even MSNBC could see the writing on the wall, with a legal commentator on the channel declaring, “I think this case is dead in the water.” Watch:


Legal analyst Caroline Polisi flatly declared on MSNBC that new testimony contradicting Fani Willis’ claims about her relationship with a colleague was “game over for her” in the election fraud trial against former President Donald Trump.


“Don’t let the legalese fool you,” she opened. “This is epic. This is monumental. If things are going in the direction we think, Fani Willis lied to the court, it’s game over for her. She will be disqualified. If they had a relationship prior to when they represented truth to the court, it’s a huge deal. I can’t overstate.”

Polisi added further context in a statement to Mediaite, saying, “Willis will be disqualified, which means her entire office is disqualified, which means the case will have to be re-assigned and languish with the PAC of Georgia, effectively killing the case. Her credibility is completely shot.”

An anti-Trump former federal prosecutor on MSNBC was hoping they could salvage this thing, but that will require Big Fani to put aside her ego and move her big fanny over so someone else could take over.

What kind of country allows a shmuck like this to indict a former president of the United States on bogus charges?


This all sounds like a black soap opera from UPN or WB back in the day, right?

The real question is, what comes next here?

Here’s what legal eagle MAGA attorney Mike Davis thinks:

And here’s what Clay Travis had to say:


In any case, the defendants are now gaining serious traction in their bid to have this whole sordid affair tossed out of court.


The defense lawyers say Wade misled McAfee and committed “fraud on the court” by denying in a sworn affidavit earlier this month that he was in a relationship with Willis prior to joining the investigative team. They also have highlighted filings in Wade’s recent divorce proceedings with his wife of more than two decades, saying Wade omitted evidence of his relationship with Willis.

Trump took to Truth Social to comment:

The people want to know: What will happen to their love? Will it survive?

Tune in to next week’s episode of “Indicting a President” on UPN to find out.