Trump Lawyers Caught Fani Willis Lying Under Oath

Attorneys for former President Donald Trump submitted a legal filing in court on Friday with data purportedly “collected from Wade’s cell phone and cellphone tower transmissions,” showing that Fulton County prosecutor Nathan Wade and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis had an inappropriate relationship dating back to before they had previously claimed in testimony.

The data trove has records showing Wade made “at least 35 visits to the Hapeville neighborhood where Fani Willis was living before the district attorney hired him to lead” her prosecution to convict the former president of trying to interfere with the outcome of the 2020 election results in Georgia.

The data cache seems to directly contradict Wade’s assertion in court that “he had visited Willis at her condo in Hapeville no more than 10 times before he was hired in November 2021.” Willis also maintained under oath that their relationship did not begin until spring 2022, some months after Willis hired Wade to lead the case against Trump in Fulton County.

In fact, the data Trump’s team submitted to the court on Friday revealed that the two were most likely carrying on a clandestine affair in the private residence of the Fulton County DA at the time Willis hired Wade. That would be a remarkable ethics violation with a conflict of interest and a compromising situation for the government office accusing Trump of election interference.

After both government officials allegedly lied under oath about the affair’s timeline to cover up their ethics violation — they could be open to repercussions such as being disbarred from practicing law and even criminal charges such as perjury and obstruction of justice.

In December, Willis told reporters, “I think that everyone in society is the same, and I don’t know why that’s such a difficult concept for people. You can look at the charges, and based on those charges, we’ll be recommending appropriate sentences. No one gets a special break because of their status.”

In November, Willis wrote in an email to other attorneys about the case against Trump and others, “Long after these folks are in jail, we will still be practicing law.”