Video Od DA Fani Willis Goes Viral - Trump’s Got To Be Happy About This

Video Od DA Fani Willis Goes Viral - Trump’s Got To Be Happy About This

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis directly addressed her critics, accusing them of oversexualizing black women and trying to “humiliate” her during a recent interview.

Willis, 52, who faced scrutiny over an alleged affair with Nathan Wade, a former top prosecutor in her high-profile election racketeering case, asserted that she remains unfazed by the criticism.

“I spend no time thinking about them. I’m too busy celebrating our fineness, our beauty, our success, our wisdom, but most of all our hearts to be bothered by attacks from anyone,” Willis declared to an enthusiastic audience at the Turner Chapel AME Church in Georgia.

“See, that’s why they mad. Because while they over there running [their] mouth, I’m over here paying them no mind, thriving,” she continued during her speech to the African Methodist Episcopal Church, according to the New York Post.

Willis then condemned her critics, expressing frustration over the mispronunciation of her name and accusing them of promoting racism and sexism, a common charge from her and other black liberal women.

“I’ve lived the experience of a black woman who is attacked and over-sexualized,” she stated. “See, I’m so tired of hearing these idiots call my name as ‘Fanny,’ in a way to attempt to humiliate me. Because, like silly schoolboys, the name reminds them of a woman’s rear, of her behind.”

She emphasized that her name should be pronounced “FAHN-ee.”

During her address, Willis also appeared to take a swipe at House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), who is investigating her office’s use of federal funds.

“We have politicians that spend no time doing their elected purpose. In fact, we got a clown in Washington DC who’s been elected for the purpose to make his community safer and pass laws. But he’s been sitting there for 17 years and passed zero laws,” she remarked without directly naming Jordan.

More than half a dozen plaintiffs in the RICO case she initiated last year, including former President Donald Trump, have petitioned the Georgia Court of Appeals to remove her from the case due to her alleged affair with her former top prosecutor, Nathan Wade, who received about $700,000 from her office while vacationing with her. The court will hear arguments on October 4, but a decision timeline is unclear. It appears likely that the case will not go to trial before the November presidential election.

Earlier this week, Trump’s lawyers filed a new motion amid efforts to disqualify the Fulton County DA through an appeal of his Georgia election interference case.

Newsweek reported that Trump’s attorneys requested oral arguments on Monday, following the Georgia Court of Appeals’ decision last week to pause the case indefinitely, “pending a ruling on defendants’ efforts to disqualify Willis from the investigation.”

Trump’s lead Atlanta attorney, Steve Sadow, confirmed in an email to Newsweek that Trump has requested oral arguments in the court of appeals. He stated that these arguments would clarify why Willis should be disqualified.

“President Trump has filed his request for oral argument in the Georgia Court of Appeals, currently calendared for October. We believe oral argument will assist the Court by highlighting and clarifying the reasons why the case should be dismissed and Fulton County DA Willis should be disqualified for her misconduct,” Sadow explained.

The controversy surrounding Willis began in early January when former White House staff member Michael Roman filed a motion to disqualify Willis from prosecuting the case against Trump and his co-defendants. The motion claimed that Willis had an “improper” relationship with Wade and alleged that she financially benefited from both the investigation and the relationship.

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