New Witness Could Sink Fani Willis Witch-Hunt

BREAKING: New Witness Could Sink Fani Willis Witch-Hunt

A recent development in the Fani Willis case against President Trump has taken a turn for the worse.

For Willis.

Cobb County Chief Deputy District Attorney Cindi Lee Yeager has offered to testify about Fani Willis and Nathan Wade’s affair.

According to Ms. Yeager, the affair began in 2019, which contradicts previous testimony given to the court.

Phil Holloway, a legal analyst for WSB Radio in Atlanta, posted multiple court documents outlining the controversy.

If true, this would show that blatant lies were told in open court by Terrence Bradley, who previously worked as a divorce attorney for special prosecutor Nathan Wade.

Many have been speculating for some time that this alleged affair could end the entire case against Trump.

With this new development, Trump supporters are doubling down on the claims that Willis has been lying all along.

Our friends at Trending Politics have more on this latest development:

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis received more bad news on Monday as one of the defendants Willis’ RICO case offered to enter additional testimony if the disqualification hearing is reopened. The new witness is prepared to testify that the relationship between Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade began in 2019, contradicting sworn testimony from the pair.

Defense attorneys for former Georgia Republican Party chairman David Shafer met with Cobb County Chief Deputy District Attorney Cindi Lee Yeager, who offered to testify about her knowledge of the relationship between Willis and Nathan Wade.

Yeager told defense attorneys that she had multiple meetings with Terrence Bradley, Wade’s former law partner, between August 2023 and January 2024. Bradley told Yeager that Wade and Willis first met in 2019, adding that the romantic relationship between the two began around that time.

This directly contradicts testimony from both Wade and Willis that the relationship began only after Wade was hired to work on the case. Wade was ultimately paid more than $700,000 in taxpayer funds for his work on the Trump investigation.