Evidence submitted in a motion by former Trump campaign official Michael Roman’s legal team suggests Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis used taxpayer money to meet with the Biden White House about her 2020 election case against Donald Trump around the time he announced his 2024 presidential campaign.
Corporate media hubbub about the recent filing largely centered on Willis’ allegedly inappropriate romantic relationship with private attorney Nathan Wade, who she contracted out as a special prosecutor on her “get Trump” case.
Documents allege Wade, who the motion alleges was underqualified for the role, used some of the $654,000 taxpayer-funded legal fees he earned on the case against former President Donald Trump to fund “lavish vacations” for him and Willis.
The motion asserts that Willis and Wade’s actions amount to honest services fraud and possibly federal racketeering.
Perhaps the most interesting evidence presented in the motion is that Willis paid Wade with taxpayer dollars for at least two formal meetings they had with the Biden White House about their prosecution of Biden’s number one political opponent.
Tucked away in one of the exhibits attached to the motion to dismiss and qualify were several invoices from the law offices of Nathan J. Wade. Among the charges for prep meetings and discovery dating back to 2021 were two bills for 8-hour conferences with the Biden White House.
The first $2,000 meeting happened in presumably Athens, Georgia, in May 2022.
The second $2,000 conference was held in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 18, 2022. Trump had just announced his 2024 candidacy three days earlier.
By the time her crew officially met with Biden’s legal team in 2022, Willis was already more than a year into her politically charged persecution of Trump.
Willis technically possesses evidence that exonerates Georgia’s alternate electors, but that hasn’t stopped her from pursuing weak criminal charges against Trump and several of his allies for questioning election inconsistencies that surfaced in 2020.
The contact between her legal team and the White House during key developmental stages of her case against Trump only seems to confirm that Democrats’ lawfare is designed to hamper the Republican’s 2024 election chances.