JUST IN: Fani Willis' attorney donated to the Lincoln Project

The Lincoln Project calls Trump and his supporters a "clear and present danger to the Constitution."

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis' attorney representing the DA and her lover Nathan Wade on behalf of Georgia has donated to the anti-Trump Lincoln Project.

Willis, who has been mired in controversy due to allegations surrounding her relationship with Wade and possible financial interests by prosecuting former President Donald Trump in the Georgia election case, is represented by attorney Anna Cross.

In a report from the National Pulse, donation receipts reveal that Cross donated at least $250 to the Lincoln Project, whose mission is to "protect the American Republic from Donald Trump and those who identify (publicly or privately) as MAGA supporters." Its organization calls Trump and his supporters a "clear and present danger to the Constitution."

Cross was also appointed to be a special prosecutor on the Trump RICO case. She has also consistently donated to Democrat politicians, including Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, as well as President Joe Biden, according to the outlet.   

She also reportedly donated to "Indivisible Action," an organization with over 3,000 radical left-wing groups that have made it their mission to suppress Trump's influence. The top line of Indivisible's website reads, "DEFEAT MAGA. SAVE DEMOCRACY."

Cross' husband has also served since 2008 as the Chief Senior Assistant District Attorney for Fulton County. Cross has a long history of serving in high legal positions for GA counties prior to the case with Willis. 

From 2010 to 2012 she was the Senior Assistant District Attorney of Cobb County. Then from 2013 to 2018 she was the Deputy Chief District Attorney of DeKalb County, according to her LinkedIn profile. 
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