Greene Files Complaint Against DA Prosecuting Trump

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) filed a formal complaint against Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis. The district attorney is currently prosecuting former President Donald Trump on charges related to the aftermath of the 2020. She is also subject to significant scrutiny for her alleged affair with an attorney she appointed to the case.

The representative issued a legal complaint against Willis with Georgia’s ethics commission. Greene is accusing Willis of having an affair with Nathan Wade, who is aiding the prosecution of the former president.

Wade is being paid about $250 per hour in the case, with Greene arguing that he had never prosecuted a felony case prior.

Greene wrote that he was paid to “collude with the Biden White House counsel and help Fani Willis bring unprecedented RICO felony charges against President Trump and 18 co-defendants.”

This rate is allegedly higher than another prosecutor on the case “who actually has significant experience.” Greene wrote that Wade had reportedly received almost $700,000 from cases he as appointed special prosecutor by Willis.

Wade then allegedly used his government payments to take the district attorney on a “luxury Caribbean cruise, a trip to Napa and other lavish trips.”

Meanwhile, a member of the Georgia state legislature filed articles of impeachment against Willis following the revelations about the alleged affair.

The resolution filed by State Rep. Charlice Byrd (R-GA) accused Willis of committing “acts of malfeasance, tyrannical partiality and oppression” and called the indictment of Trump “wrongful.”

Byrd accuses Willis of “the severest case of gross abuse of discretion.” Furthermore, the state representative accused the district attorney of colluding with the Biden White House regarding the prosecution.

“Willis also has come under scrutiny for possible conflict of interest in hiring a potential paramour in the case against Trump,” the resolution read. “In addition, a judge barred Willis from investigating [Georgia] Lt. Gov. Burt Jones (R) when he was campaigning for lieutenant governor as she was a financial supporter of his opponent.”