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Legal Analyst Pronounces Willis’ Case Against Trump ‘Game Over’

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Legal analysts believe the criminal case against Trump led by Fulton County DA Fani Willis is in serious jeopardy.

New evidence suggests Willis may have lied under oath about the timing of her romantic relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade, potentially compromising the case.

If the judge determines Willis had a conflict of interest by hiring Wade, she could be disqualified and the entire DA’s office removed from the case.

“Don’t let the legalese fool you,” legal analyst Caroline Polisi said. “This is epic. This is monumental. If things are going in the direction we think, Fani Willis lied to the court, and it’s game over for her. She will be disqualified. If they had a relationship before when they represented the truth to the court, it’s a huge deal. I can’t overstate.”

“Willis will be disqualified, which means her entire office is disqualified, which means the case will have to be re-assigned and languish with the PAC of Georgia, effectively killing the case. Her credibility is completely shot.”

A former Trump administration attorney, Courtney Kramer, is now running against Willis as a Republican.

Kramer and others have argued Willis’ conduct undermines public confidence in the prosecution.

“As a lawyer myself, it’s disgusting to see her not follow her rules of professional conduct or take her oath of office seriously,” Kramer said. “It’s a disgrace to the legal community.”

Recent testimony from a key witness was said to reveal more than what was reported by some media, with accusations the witness lied.

If Willis is found to have committed perjury, she could face criminal penalties, leaving the future of the high-profile case against Trump in severe doubt.

“At the heart of it all: A man named Terrence Bradley. He’s the one-time law partner, divorce attorney, and friend of special prosecutor Nathan Wade. He did not want to be there… And he made that abundantly clear… As he obfuscated… and did a whole lot of… not recalling things… It was downright uncomfortable. I believe he lied repeatedly. That’s my opinion about his faulty memory,” Fox News host and attorney Megyn Kelly said.

“Now, if you’re reading CNN today… they’ll tell you, ‘A Georgia lawyer who had been billed as a star witness in the effort to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis did not deliver damaging testimony Tuesday on her romantic relationship with prosecutor Nathan Wade.’ Oh CNN…Dumb or dishonest? Take your pick,” she added.

“So sit back and listen as we do the hard work for them and, more importantly, for you because when you dig into what was said, what wasn’t said, and take a look at the evidence, a lot more was revealed than you would’ve caught on CNN. Key to this story are the texts Mr. Bradley and defense Attorney Ashleigh Merchant exchanged over several months…,” Kelly said.

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