In light of the Democratic Party’s consistent condemnation of Donald Trump’s perceived or actual ethical shortcomings, the most recent development in its political witch hunt is ironic to say the least.
Former Trump campaign official Michael Roman, who is defendant by criminal charges in Fulton County, Georgia, in connection with the 2020 presidential election, submitted a motion on Monday, requesting that the charges be dismissed.
The argument put forth was that the case against him is “fatally defective” and the Fulton County Court system should “disqualify the district attorney, her office, and the special prosecutor from further prosecuting this matter.”
Given that the identical arguments could be applied to the case against Trump, the consequences could be enormous.
Roman specifically asserts that throughout the duration of this case, Fulton County DA Fani Willis was involved in a “improper, clandestine relationship” employing her romantic companion, Nathan Wade, as her special prosecutor.
Additionally, Roman and his attorney assert that Willis “never had legal authority to appoint the special prosecutor.”
Additionally, the filing asserts that Willis and Wade utilized the legal fees obtained from the case to fund extravagant vacations for themselves, with the ultimate cost of these indulgences being borne by taxpayers. According to the filing, Wade has earned in excess of a half-million dollars for his services.
Therefore, the filing contends that “both indictments contain structural errors and irreparable defects and should be dismissed in their entirety.”
If verified, this assertion would be catastrophic and, according to the filing, would completely nullify the ongoing political witch hunt in the court system of Fulton County.
Notwithstanding this, there are numerous inquiries.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the document does not provide conclusive evidence of romantic ties between Willis and Wade. However, Ashleigh Merchant, Roman’s attorney, asserts in the filing that the two have been on multiple trips together to locations unrelated to work, “and the special prosecutor has purchased tickets for both of them to travel on both the Norweigan [sic] and Royal Carribean [sic] cruise lines.”
The filing states, “Sources close to both the special prosecutor and the district attorney have confirmed they had an ongoing, personal relationship during the pendency of the special prosecutor’s divorce proceedings.”
More on this story via The Western Journal:
In the filing, Merchant notes that Wade’s divorce filing is sealed. She told the Journal-Constitution she is trying to get it unsealed.
The New York Times seems to question the legitimacy of the case based on what the brief is missing. CONTINUE READING…