Breaking: MTG Moves To Take Down Anti-Trump DA

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Judge Scott McAfee of Fulton County Superior Court declined to disqualify District Attorney Fani Willis from the case involving Donald Trump. However, Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has taken steps to have Willis disbarred due to her connection with a prosecutor hired for the Georgia election interference case against Trump. Greene stated on the X platform that she is seeking disbarment of Willis for what she described as corrupt behavior.

Willis “should’ve been removed from her political persecution of President Trump after it was revealed she went on lavish vacations with her lover Nathan Wade,” Greene wrote, adding: “The lover she paid HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of dollars! Unfit to serve!”

In a complaint submitted to the State Bar of Georgia on Wednesday, she expressed her desire for an inquiry into Fani Willis, urging for her suspension and subsequent disbarment.

According to reports, Greene condemned the judge overseeing the election interference case for not disqualifying Willis and for failing to determine that she lied about her connection with Wade, the special prosecutor appointed by Willis. It is possible for anyone to lodge a complaint against a Georgia lawyer, but the process is kept confidential, making it uncertain whether the Georgia State Bar will look into Greene’s complaint.

Ultimately, the Supreme Court of Georgia holds the ultimate power in deciding on any public disciplinary actions against a lawyer, as per Newsweek.

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