According to reports, several whistleblowers are coming forward to testify in the case involving Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D), who is facing allegations of misconduct.
Officials from Georgia’s State Senate Special Committee on Investigations held a meeting on Friday to discuss Willis’ situation.
Fox 5 Atlanta highlighted that State Sen. Bill Cowsert (R-Athens) stressed the committee’s commitment to uncovering the truth.
Previously, Willis had appointed Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade to oversee an investigation into alleged interference in the state’s 2020 election.
It was also reported by Breitbart News on February 4 that Wade had been selected to prosecute former President Donald Trump.
The Fox article continued:
As the meeting commenced, Cowsert dropped a bombshell, revealing that multiple whistleblowers within the Fulton County DA’s office have expressed eagerness to testify. They allege misuse of federal and state funds, further escalating the scrutiny surrounding Willis.
Attorneys for several of former President Donald Trump co-defendants are seeking Willis’s disqualification and the dismissal of charges, claiming financial benefits derived from her relationship with Wade.
Cowsert recently told reporters, “The people of Georgia are very troubled by these allegations. And it’s important that we have the public’s confidence in the fairness and in the impartiality of the criminal justice system.”
In a recent interview with Breitbart News, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) expressed her belief that Willis should step down from her position after confessing to an affair with her senior Trump prosecutor.
Greene strongly emphasized that Willis should feel immense shame for her actions.
The outlet continued:
Greene said any investigation into Willis should focus on her affair with Wade due to a conflict of interest. Wade had sex with Willis to win a contract from Fulton County to help Willis prosecute Trump, Greene explained, a prosecution from which Trump and codefendants alleged she benefited.
“You had Nathan Wade having sex with Willis to get a contract with the Fulton County and be hired as a prosecutor, so he never registered as a lobbyist. He never filed any of that paperwork,” she said. “I filed an ethics violation against him because Willis admitted that they have a relationship that should move the investigation against Nathan Wade to a different level.”
It has been reported that Willis terminated an employee in 2021 after receiving a warning about mishandling federal funds.