Paper Trail Proves Fani Willis Met Directly with Joe Biden Before Prosecuting Trump

Joe Biden’s campaign has paid $300 million to a Democrat SuperPAC to attack President Donald Trump over his “legal troubles.” They’re doing this because they don’t want the voters to know that the Biden White House is the source of all the fake prosecutions against Trump.

If the campaign stays silent about the lawfare against Donald Trump, it will appear to many people that these are legitimate, independent investigations. They’re not.

Fulton County, GA, District Attorney Fani Willis is watching her career and her prosecution of Donald Trump go up in flames. Her love life with the man she appointed to lead the prosecution against Trump has thrown the entire case into turmoil and could be its undoing. But there’s more! (There’s always more with these crooks.)

 

New bombshell evidence has emerged that Willis visited the White House multiple times and met directly with Joe Biden and his White House counsel several months before she indicted President Trump and 18 co-conspirators. Members of Congress have tweeted about these meetings.

The White House is now frantically trying to hide the visitor logs and some Representatives have deleted their tweets—but there’s a paper trail out there. Independent journalists like Julie Kelly are working to track the proof down.

Once this comes out, it should be the final nail in the coffin of Fani Willis’s career and the fake Georgia case against Donald Trump. Steve Bannon and Julie Kelly have the latest:


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