Radical Georgia DA Going After Trump Could be DISQUALIFIED, Case Falling Apart

In what may ultimately be a fatal blow to Trump’s sham RICO case, a judge just ruled that corrupt District Attorney Fani Willis may be DISQUALIFIED!

Willis, who has been having an improper relationship with top Trump Prosecutor Nathan Wade, has been the driving force behind this particular effort to “get” Trump, and her disqualification could see the entire thing implode.

“I think it’s clear that disqualification can occur if evidence is produced demonstrating an actual conflict or the appearance of one,” Judge Scott McAfee said.

Only after being caught, Willis admitted to having the improper relationship with Wade and now McAfee says the only thing which must be proven in order to have her disqualified “is the existence and extent of any financial benefit.”

 

This financial benefit which the judge is referring to has to do with the fact that Willis used tax-payer money to overpay the inexperienced prosecutor and then proceeded to go on luxury vacations with him.

“…I think it’s possible that the facts alleged by the defendant could result in disqualification, I think an evidentiary hearing must occur to establish the record on those core allegations,” McAfee continued.

While this is just one of the many political persecutions Trump is facing, if the leftist DA is disqualified (as she should be) then it could mean that the presidential frontrunner has secured a MASSIVE victory and there is one less fraudulent obstacle standing between him and a second term.

Watch the video here to see how this shady Democrat-fueled legal attack on Trump could be done for!


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