Soros-funded Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis personally received a subpoena from the U.S. Marshals Service after she failed to acknowledge the same emailed request, the Daily Caller reported.
This month, the House Judiciary Committee issued subpoenas to District Attorney Willis, demanding the release of documents from his office. This action comes amid growing concerns and reports alleging corruption in his role as Fulton County prosecutor.
Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign official and co-defendant in the Willis-led racketeering case, accused both Willis and Wade of misconduct.
The motion, led by Roman’s attorney, Ashleigh Merchant, alleges a “clandestine and inappropriate personal relationship” between Willis and Wade, potentially undermining the integrity of the prosecution against Trump and others.
According to the court document reviewed by The Gateway Pundit:
“The prosecutor chose to designate his romantic partner, who at all times relevant to this prosecution has been a married man. Admittedly, this is a bold accusation considering it is directed at one of the most powerful people in the state of Georgia, the Fulton County district attorney.
However, the prosecutor’s fame and power do not change the fact that she decided to appoint as special prosecutor a person with whom she had a personal relationship and who now leads the day-to-day running of this case.
Even assuming that this type of nepotism can be forgiven in the abstract, a review of the amount of money the district attorney has paid to the special prosecutor and the personal activities of the district attorney and the special prosecutor during the pendency of this prosecution sheds light on “How selfish this agreement has been.”
The motion filed also suggests that Wade financed luxury vacations with Willis using Fulton County funds.
“Information obtained outside of court documents indicates that the district attorney and the special prosecutor personally traveled together to places such as Napa Valley, Florida and the Caribbean, and the special prosecutor purchased tickets for both of them to travel on both the Norweigan and on the Royal Caribbean. cruise lines Traveling together to places like Washington, DC or New York City might make sense for work reasons in light of other pending litigation, but what work purpose could only be served by traveling to these traditional vacation destinations?
Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan publicly questioned Willis’ conduct on social media:
“Did Fani Willis misuse federal grant money for personal gain? Did she misuse Georgia taxpayers’ money for personal gain? “Why don’t Democrats ask these questions?” Jordan tweeted.
Did Fani Willis misuse federal grant money for personal gain?
Did he misuse Georgia taxpayers’ money for personal gain?
Why don’t Democrats ask these questions?
— Representative Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) February 1, 2024
Following these allegations, President Jordan issued a subpoena to Willis after she reportedly failed to comply with initial document requests.
These requests were related to his indictment of former President Donald Trump and allegations that Willis fired an employee for trying to stop a top campaign aide from embezzling federal funds.
According to audio obtained by The Free Beacon, in 2021, Amanda Timpson, an employee of the Fulton County prosecutor’s office, warned Fani Willis, an assistant in the office, that she was going to use a “$488,000 federal grant, intended to the creation of a Youth Empowerment Center.” and Gang Prevention, to pay for “loot,” computers and trips.”
Refusal to accept the email subpoena led to the involvement of the US Marshals.
A source close to the matter expressed frustration to the Daily Caller, questioning Willis’ compliance and pointing out the unnecessary waste of taxpayer money due to his evasion.
Willis recently admitted to having a sexual relationship with Nathan Wade. This admission came in a 176-page court filing in response to co-defendant Michael Roman’s allegations of misconduct in the Trump case. While Willis acknowledged the relationship, she denied any financial benefit derived from it, a claim that will likely come under scrutiny as the House Judiciary Committee continues its investigation of her.
Last month, the GOP-controlled Georgia state Senate approved the creation of a committee to investigate Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis by a vote of 30 to 19 for criminal conduct and corruption, primarily related to her affair with prosecutor Nathan Wade.