MTG Demands Willis’ Resignation After Confession

In a Breitbart interview, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said that after Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ confession to having an affair with a Trump prosecutor, Willis should step down from her position.

Willis chose Nathan Wade to prosecute the former president, and in a court document, she recently admitted to having a relationship with him. However, she disputed that this had any bearing on the case.   According to Green, Willis should be ashamed and needs to step down.

Former President Trump and co-defendant Mike Roman have charged Willis and Wade with corruption, benefiting from prosecutions that are financed by taxpayers.  Greene said that new evidence is piling up.

In January, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) declined to investigate Willis criminally, recommending a House committee, which the Georgia State House has started.

Senate and federal investigations headed by Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan (R-OH) are also investigating Willis.

Greene suggested Willis’ romance with Wade should be investigated for conflict of interest. Wade slept with Willis to get a Fulton County contract to pursue Trump.  Trump and his co-defendants allege she benefitted from the prosecution.

In related news, there have been rumors that President Trump may be making an appearance at a hearing in Atlanta.

At the hearing, the claims that Fani Willis, the district attorney of Fulton County, had an inappropriate connection with the chief prosecutor in the investigation against Trump and his allies for election involvement will be explored.

This week’s evidence hearing is the result of a subpoena served on both Willis and Wade earlier this month.

In the latest complaint, Ashleigh Merchant—the lawyer defending Trump co-defendant Michael Roman—accused Fani Willis’ office of willfully concealing material.

In response to Michael Roman’s move to dismiss the RICO accusation and disqualify Willis over her connection with Wade, they may both be required to give sworn testimonies on February 15.