Fani T. Willis, a black woman and Fulton County's district attorney, wrote on Facebook back on Nov. 4, 2020, that she was "feeling annoyed" about the direction the election appeared to be taking.
"Georgia could determine who is our next president," Willis further wrote.
"A TEAM of lawyers needs to watch them count every single VOTE. They can start in Fulton where we re [sic] having water leaks. What ballots are they throwing out? Georgia lets [sic] give an honest accounting. No stunts!"
What Willis was basically implying is that Team Trump used or planned the mysterious water leak to tamper with ballots and steal the election from now-fake president Joe Biden.
After Biden "won," Willis went silent about the team of lawyers and all that. Ironically enough, what she called for still should have happened but the other way around since it appears that Democrats were the ones who threw out and otherwise tampered with ballots.
"A dive into Fani Willis' social media proves that she is a hardened, radical activist – not an unbiased 'attorney,'" said media personality Benny Johnson, who broke the news on Twitter (by X).
"Fani's pages are littered with BLM propaganda and deep partisan adherence to left-wing ideology. She openly worships Joe Biden and Kamala Harris."
?BREAKING: Fulton County DA Fani Willis regularly questioned election results & used her office to push unfounded election conspiracies.
On the eve of Trump’s arrest in Georgia for “challenging” an election — a deep dive into the prosecutor’s history of doing the *same* thing: pic.twitter.com/Ngz9JDVnFc
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) August 24, 2023
(Related: The bogus Trump indictment in Fulton County, Ga., is the Democrats' latest attempt to criminalize free speech.)
Time and time again, Willis questioned election outcomes that were not in her favor. She even questioned her own county's ballot tabulation process and at one point called for an official recount.
Willis wrote on her social media accounts that all ballots in Fulton County needed to "be counted again to make sure all votes counted."
"The other commissioners sat silent," Willis further complained. "No other commissioner second [sic] his motion. Ask yourself why? You all better start paying attention to what is really going on instead of 'reality tv' and pay attention to reality."
The irony in all this is that Willis seemed to actually agree with Trump that there are problems with the voting process in Georgia, only to later indict him for saying many of the same exact things that she did about wanting an audit and a recount.
Willis did not want Gov. Brian Kemp to win his reelection, either. She complained about there being problems with the voting data while demanding that Georgia get a whole new administration that "more closely mirrors our values."
On many, many occasions, Willis has openly expressed her left-wing partisanship and her distrust in the election process. And yet in indicting Trump, she tried to accuse him of spreading conspiracy theories with his questioning of the voting process.
"Like so many of the efforts to prosecute Trump in a decided effort to remove him from office, the latest indictment from Fulton County seems to be for alleged crimes that those engaging in the prosecution, or their allies, have committed themselves," reported The Post Millennial.
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