Fani Willis In Massive Trouble With Trump’s Congressmen

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After delaying for weeks, the House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed her on Friday to testify about the claims made by a whistleblower. According to the allegations, Willis diverted funds meant for youth and gang prevention programs to cover expenses that were frivolous and unrelated.

From the Daily Caller:

“On August 24, 2023, the Committee on the Judiciary wrote to you requesting documents in the custody of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office (FCDAO) relating, in part, to its receipt and use of federal grant funds issued by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ),” a letter sent from House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan states.

“Since that date, we have sent two additional letters, on September 27, 2023, and December 5, 2023, reiterating our requests. To date, you have failed to comply voluntarily with any of our requests.”

“By the attached Schedule instructions, you, Fani T. Willis, in your capacity as the District Attorney of Fulton County and head of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, are required to produce the following items in your possession, custody, or control, from the period of September 1, 2020, to present in unredacted form,” the letter adds.

In January the Washington Free Beacon reported a whistleblower within Willis’s office who was fired after raising questions about the use of federal funds to conduct her investigation into President Trump and 18 co-defendants.

The former aide, Amanda Timpson, claims she was first demoted after questioning why a Willis campaign aide was redirecting funds away from her youth jail diversion program. She then allegedly told Willis that the campaign staffer, Michael Cuffee, indicated he would be spending the $488,000 federal grant on “‘ swag, computers, and travel.”

“He wanted to do things with grants that were impossible, and I kept telling him, like, ‘We can’t do that,’” Timpson told Willis in a Nov. 19, 2021, meeting. “He told everybody … ‘We’re going to get MacBooks, we’re going to get swag, we’re going to use it for travel.’ I said, ‘You cannot do that, it’s a very, very specific grant.’”

“I respect that is your assessment,” Willis responded. “And I’m not saying that your assessment is wrong,” adding that Cuffee had “failed” her administration.

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