BREAKING: Fulton County DA persecuting Trump has extensive history of denying elections

"What ballots are they throwing out? Georgia lets give an honest accounting. No stunts!"

Benny Johnson broke the news on Twitter (by X) that Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis, who convened a grand jury in Atlanta which went on to indict former President Donald Trump, who leads the GOP field for the 2024 Republican nomination for president, is heavily partisan. 

Johnson shared a post from Willis' Facebook page in which she was "feeling annoyed" on November 4, 2020, election day. "Georgia could determine who is our next president," she wrote. "A TEAM of lawyers needs to watch them count every single VOTE. They can start in Fulton where we re having water leaks. What ballots are they throwing out? Georgia lets give an honest accounting. No stunts!"

"A dive into Fani Willis’ social media proves that she is a hardened, radical activist — not an unbiased 'attorney.' Fani’s pages are littered with BLM propaganda and deep partisan adherence to left-wing ideology. She openly worships Joe Biden and Kamala Harris," Johnson said.

He cited a "proud Democrat" mug that sat on her desk, as seen in news footage, as evidence of her partisanship. If that seems inocuous, he continued, saying that "As a public official, Fani Willis regularly and consistently questioned Georgia’s election procedures and pushed unfounded election conspiracy theories on her public social media profile."

Willis questioned the validity of the ballot tabulation process in her own Fulton County after a water leak was reported in the building used for counting on election day 2020. It was alleged that the leak was fabricated and a rouse to manipulate voting tallies.

In 2018, Willis questioned the voting process, saying that she had concerns about the ballot count. A post showed her suggesting officials "request all ballots in Fulton County be counted again to make sure all votes counted. The other commissioners sat silent. No other commissioner second 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."

In fact, Willis seemed to agree with Trump that there's a problem with the voting process in Georgia. "Two days following the 2020 election she is now criminally indicting Trump for questioning, Fani Willis directly calls the election a 'mess,'" Johnson said. "This meme was posted on her Facebook— seemingly agreeing with Trump on the poor election procedures in 2020"

Willis expressed skepticism of voting data, and stressed the importance of bringing in a fresh administration to Georgia that "more closely mirrors our values."

She suggested Fulton County voting officials were not on the up-and-up, and were throwing ballots out. Willis even called for third party interference in the vote tabulation process.

Yet in her indictment of Trump, Act 22, Willis states that Trump was engaging in a conspiracy when he posted that OANN was airing Georgia hearings on the voting process. She stated that his post about the hearings being aired on television was "an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy."

All of this while she was either in office or running for office.

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.
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