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Karma’s really going to town on Big Fani Willis, the Georgia prosecutor who thought she could take down President Trump with her sham “election interference” case.

Instead, she’s getting a big ol’ taste of the #TrumpCurse and finding herself in a spectacular tailspin, with troubles, scandals, and accusations piling up faster than you can say “backfire.” Now, the buzz going around is that her campaign might have been one massive money-laundering operation. Independent journalist Peter Bernegger is sharing some rather compelling evidence to support this case. Honestly, it’s no surprise. Fani Willis appears to be exactly the kind of “crook” and “schemer” she accuses President Trump of being. We’ve all heard the stories about her sordid affair with a married man whom she hired to investigate President Trump, and then the two of them used his overinflated taxpayer-funded salary to go on lavish vacations. In fact, her actions are so crooked that the Georgia House brought back a “prosecutor oversight panel,” just to keep tabs on scammers like Big Fani. It’s clear she’s not the watchdog of justice she pretends to be; she’s the reason the watchdog was needed in the first place.


ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia House members passed a bill Monday to revive a commission with powers to discipline and remove prosecutors, a move Democrats warn is aimed at disrupting Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ prosecution of former President Donald Trump.

The House voted 95-75 along party lines for House Bill 881, sending it to the Senate for further debate. A similar bill advanced out of a Senate committee last week.

Though Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed legislation last year creating the Prosecuting Attorneys Qualifications Commission, it was unable to begin operating after the state Supreme Court in November refused to approve rules governing its conduct. Justices said they had “grave doubts” about their ability to regulate the duties of district attorneys beyond the practice of law. Monday’s measure removes the requirement for Supreme Court approval.

“This commission will now be able to begin their real work, which is bringing accountability to those rogue prosecuting attorneys who abuse their office,” said Rep. Joseph Gullett, a Dallas Republican who sponsored the measure.

Peter sat down with the always-reliable Emerald Robinson for a deep dive into the alleged “money laundering” scheme, and as with everything regarding Fani, it’s plus-size.

RELATED: Big Fani’s inner circle is now throwing her under the bus…

As of now, an FEC complaint has been officially filed, and it appears that over half of Big Fani’s campaign donations were illegal and included over 220 contributors with no name.

Emerald Robinson:

The independent journalist Peter Bernegger has uncovered what appears to be a massive fraud scheme related to Fulton CountyDA Fani Willis and her campaign funds.

According to Bernegger, a large number of people are being used to make campaign donations to Willis — without their knowledge.

More precisely, their names and addresses are being used — an illegal tactic known as “smurfing.” It’s structured money laundering for political campaigns.

Bernegger and his team have found numerous out-of-state donors for Fani Willis that fit the ActBlue money laundering profile. Just look at the very high number of contributions with zero donor data.

There are over 200 donations with no donor information at all.

This is illegal in the state of Georgia.

The current count of suspicious donations stands at over $160,000 — all of it apparently “smurfed” into the Fani Willis campaign.

Peter lays it all out, and it’s downright disturbing how deep the corruption and deceit run in our elections.

The walls are closing on Big Fani, and she knows it. She can run or waddle, but she can’t hide. The House is coming for her, even though she’s doing her best to dodge them.

Daily Caller:

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis failed to take service of a House Judiciary Committee subpoena over email, requiring the U.S. Marshals Service to hand deliver it to her personally, the Daily Caller has learned.

The House Judiciary Committee sent a subpoena to Willis on Feb. 2 for documents germane to her potential misuse of federal funds related to her indictment of former President Donald Trump. Willis did not accept the subpoena after it was emailed to her, causing the U.S. Marshals Service to have to serve the subpoena to her themselves, a source familiar with the matter told the Daily Caller.

The Daily Caller was able to independently verify that the U.S. Marshals Service had to serve the subpoena to Willis.

“Why wouldn’t Fani Willis just accept service like everyone else? Making the U.S. Marshal’s Service use taxpayer money to do this is a complete waste of time and resources. But we shouldn’t be surprised when it comes to her office,” a source familiar with the situation told the Daily Caller.

The Fulton County District Attorney’s office did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller’s request for comment.

The lesson here is that if you’re going to throw fake charges at a former president, make sure your own closet’s skeleton-free. But the real eye-opener is the sheer scale of the corruption we’re dealing with in our elections. Just look at Mark Zuckerberg’s 2020 election spree, where he was basically making it rain millions for Democrats. In terms of Fani’s campaign and others like it, it’s likely that some of that cash helped prop her up, with the rest probably funneled into various Dem campaigns and pet projects. Will any of these folks face the music? Don’t hold your breath. And on the off chance that someone does get a slap on the wrist, they’re probably so low down the pecking order that it hardly matters. The big fish orchestrating these shenanigans have already moved on to their next mark.

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