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More Leaked Texts Expose Fani Willis’ Dire Situation: Is the End Near?

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Text messages have revealed potential perjury by Fani Willis and Nathan Wade in their case against Donald Trump.

The messages indicate that their relationship began earlier than claimed, with associates contradicting their testimony.

“Any idea who I could get an affidavit from on the affair?” attorney Ashley Merchant asked.

“No…no one would freely burn that bridge,” a former friend of Wade, Terrence Bradley said.

“Ok,” Merchant said. “If Chris was asked under oath would he know?

“No,” Bradley said.

“Wow. I figured he would,” Mercant said. “I didn’t expect them to be so careful.”

“He knows but he won’t admit it,” Bradley said.

“I assume you knew about the trips…. wowowoow,” Merchant texted.


“I’m shocked”

“Well not really but somewhat,” she said.

“No I didnt,” Bradley texted back.

“When did it happen?”

“Last trip was this summer,” Merchant said.

“May or June.”

“No I didnt know…I was gone by then,” Bradley texted.

“Doesn’t surprise me…they took many trips to Florida.”


“And Napa,” he added. “California, when she moved her daughter there.”

“I can’t believe they were sooooo carefree,” Merchant said.


The revelations have damaged Willis’ case and raised legal concerns, leading to scrutiny from the Georgia Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.

“Do you think it started before she hired him?” Merchant later texted.

“Absolutely,” Bradley said.

“It started when she left the DA’s office and was judge in South Fulton.”

Judge Scott McAfee will determine if Willis should be removed from the case.

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