Republican Attorney Drops Bombshell On Fani Willis As Her Problems Worsen

Republican Attorney Drops Bombshell On Fani Willis As Her Problems Worsen

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has a challenger for her job.

Courtney Kramer, who calls herself a “MAGA Attorney” on her Instagram page, is going to compete against Willis to be the Fulton County District Attorney in the next election.

It will be a tough contest for Kramer as Fulton County is solidly Democrat and has not voted for a Republican presidential candidate since Richard Nixon.

“As a lawyer myself, it’s disgusting to see her not follow her rules of professional conduct or take her oath of office seriously,” Kramer, who was an intern at the Office of White House Counsel when Trump was president, said to Real America’s Voice, Newsweek reported. “It’s a disgrace to the legal community.”

The candidacy is not the only challenger Willis may face in the November election as Democrat attorney Christian Wise Smith has also filed to be a candidate, though he did not commit to challenging Willis.

“Running for public office is not a decision I take lightly,” he said to CBS News. “I am heavily considering the options as I aim to reach a final determination on my candidacy — ultimately, I only want what is best for the citizens of Fulton County. Should I decide to launch my campaign officially, my team is prepared to take all the necessary steps.”

These candidacies are another headache for Willis who faces disqualification from her case against Trump because of an affair she had with fellow prosecutor Nathan Wade.

Whether a judge will disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from the Trump-Georgia election interference case will be known in the coming two weeks.

Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee made this announcement following the conclusion of several attorneys’ closing arguments in the racketeering case against former President Donald Trump and others.

“The decision will come down to whether the judge believes Willis had a financial incentive to hire special prosecutor Nathan Wade for the case. Willis and Wade admitted to a romantic relationship, but the timeframe of that relationship was the crux of the argument about whether the relationship was improper,” AOL reported.

Lawyers claim that Willis’s alleged affair with special prosecutor Nathan Wade created a conflict of interest and jeopardized one of the four criminal cases against Trump.

The relationship, according to critics, undermines public confidence in the prosecution, despite Willis’ office maintaining that there is no evidence of any financial or professional impropriety resulting from their connection.


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