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Former Employees Reveal Fani Willis’s Extreme DEI Training

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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis enforced mandatory race training in her office, where employees had to rate skin colors as “Good” or “Bad,” leading to fears of retribution and a hostile work environment.

The training, labeled as diversity training, was seen as an attack on race relations by some sources.

“If you didn’t participate in the quiz, you got fired,” an inside source stated.

“Willis had some guy be live for roughly eight hours,” one source said. “He was a former member of Obama’s White House.”

The training included implicit bias tests and controversial statements about the justice system.

“Willis pulled it off as diversity [training], but it was more so an attack on the race [relations] thing,” the source said.

The scandal also involves allegations of ethical concerns regarding hiring decisions and a potential conflict of interest involving a former lover who was a key decision-maker in the office.

There are claims of political interference by the Biden administration and ongoing legal proceedings to determine if there was a conflict of interest in the case.

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