Marjorie Taylor Greene dropped the hammer on Fani Willis with this criminal accusation

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is experiencing what it’s like to be the one under the microscope.

The tables got turned big time.

And Marjorie Taylor Greene dropped the hammer on Fani Willis with this criminal accusation.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) told Breitbart that she has “high expectations” that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Attorney General Christopher Carr will follow through on her criminal complaint against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Her complaint asked them to investigate charges Willis paid her alleged lover Nathan Wade nearly $700,000 in legal fees to investigate former President Donald Trump and that he allegedly turned around and used the money to pay for the pair to go on vacation.

“This isn’t political at all,” Greene said in an interview with Breitbart. “There’s clear evidence that alleges Fani Willis and her top prosecutor, who was apparently her lover, Nathan Wade, have broken multiple laws, and the evidence is pouring out, people have been posting it all over social media.”

Greene filed the complaint on the heels of a bombshell court filing by Mark Roman, one of Trump’s co-defendants in Willis’ RICO case relating to the 2020 Election.

Roman accused Willis of hiring Wade after the two began secretly dating and that she also violated the law by hiring him without the approval of the Fulton County Commissioners.

Kemp – a hardcore Never Trumper – would be showing bias against Trump that precludes him from honestly and effectively carrying out his duties as governor if Willis doesn’t face a criminal investigation, Greene explained.

“I really have high expectations of Governor Kemp and our Attorney General Chris Carr,” Greene added. “There should be a criminal investigation.”

“If he [Kemp] ignores this, then he’s showing an extreme political bias,” Greene continued.

“They can’t wash their hands of this,” Greene said. “Even if they are supporting DeSantis or hate President Trump — they can’t wash their hands of this one.”

Wade also met secretly with the Biden White House, one of these huddles took place three days after Trump announced he was running for re-election – adding to the shady nature of the charges Willis brought against Trump.

Willis will have to answer these allegations about a conflict of interest and alleged kickbacks Wade delivered in the form of vacations using the money she paid him.

It’s telling that neither Wade nor Willis denied the allegations.

And it would be even more telling if the GOP establishment refuses to follow through on the allegations against Willis.

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