Hit operations that are politically coordinated transcend the realm of film and television. There are currently numerous rumors and denials circulating in the news that progressives are orchestrating assaults against former President Donald Trump in an effort to dissuade him from standing for president in 2024.
Politicians are driven by their own agendas and will do whatever it takes to accomplish them. With their beehive mentality, it is only natural that progressive politicians coordinate their efforts.
There has been a longstanding suspicion that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in Georgia may have fabricated charges against Trump. Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee for the Republicans, Jim Jordan, has long suspected this. Similar to a bloodhound that has been conditioned to detect the truth. Once he detects the scent, it becomes nearly impossible to remove him from the trail.
Jordan never ceased pursuing Fani Willis.
According to a Judiciary Committee news release, Jordan “demanded documents and information regarding the coordination of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office (FCDAO) with other politically motivated investigations and the potential misuse of federal funds” in a letter to Nathan Wade, an associate of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, dated Tuesday.
“Although Fani Willis has so far refused to cooperate with the Committee’s oversight, invoices that Nathan Wade submitted for payment by the FCDAO, and made public as part of a court filing, highlight this collusion.”
Just in: Republican-led House Judiciary Committee says it's launched an investigation of Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor in the Fulton Trump case
— Tamar Hallerman (@TamarHallerman) January 12, 2024
It is noteworthy that an earlier this week, Atlanta News First reports that one of Trump’s co-defendants recanted allegations of Willis engaging in a “personal, romantic relationship” with Wade, in which both parties benefited monetarily. Wade was retained to aid Willis in the investigation of Trump.
Jordan’s latest letter to Wade said, “On August 14, 2023, with your assistance, Fulton County District Attorney Fani T. Willis indicted a former President of the United States and current declared candidate for that office. According to a recent court filing, you have been paid more than $650,000—at the rate of $250 per hour—to serve as an ‘Attorney Consultant’ and later a ‘Special Assistant District Attorney’ in the unprecedented investigation and prosecution of the former President and other former federal officials. This filing also alleges that while receiving a substantial amount of money from Fulton County, you spent extravagantly on lavish vacations with your boss, Ms. Willis.”
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“Although Ms. Willis has so far refused to cooperate with our oversight of the FCDAO’s coordination with other politically motivated prosecutions,” the letter continued, “invoices that you submitted for payment by the FCDAO, and made public as part of this court filing, highlight this collusion. This new information appears to substantiate our concerns that Ms. Willis’s politicized prosecution, including the decision to convene a special purpose grand jury, was aided by partisan Democrats in Washington, D.C.”
Willis’ refusing to cooperate is an understatement. On Aug. 24 of last year, when Trump was arrested and booked in the infamous Fulton County Jail on charges he and his allies pressured Georgia’s Republican secretary of state Brad Raffensperger to find more votes for him, among other alleged nefarious acts, Jordan smelled something rotten in the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. CONTINUE READING…