Trump Just Exposed GA DA’s Dark Secret About Her Father She Didn’t Want Out

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The campaign of former President Trump directed its focus against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis subsequent to her indictment on Monday evening, asserting that her family has a strong inclination towards animosity, is “steeped in hate,” and highlighting her father’s affiliation with the Black Panther movement.

Following the issuance of charges, the Trump campaign corresponded with its supporters through email concerning the Georgia prosecutor. The communication contained excerpts from a Time Magazine story published in 2021 and information sourced from the official website of the Fulton County administration.

The campaign statement asserts that Willis hails from a “family steeped in hate” and identifies her as the daughter of a former Black Panther”, afterward citing the Time Magazine article as supporting evidence.

According to the cited Time article, “The daughter of a former Black Panther who recently retired as a criminal defense lawyer, the Inglewood, Calif.-born Willis would go along when her father went to court on Saturday mornings.”

“The judge who oversaw the Saturday courtroom, an older white man, was, according to Willis, known to be mean. But each week, he had Willis, too young to stay home alone or to hear the details her father needed to discuss with clients, sit next to him on the elevated dais, the two whispering back and forth,” Time Magazine continued. “One day, Willis’ father asked her what on earth they talked about.”

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis

The email further included a citation from the official website of the Fulton County Government, whereby Willis made mention of her father, John Clifford Floyd III, and his past affiliation with the Black Panthers.

According to the government website, “Fani has a seemingly proud family background as an African-American woman. As what can now be considered a conscious foreshadowing to her future endeavors, she describes her Swahili name’s intended meaning, saying: ‘My name is actually Fani (fah-nee), Taifa is my middle name, and my last name is Willis. So, my father was a Black Panther, so he was very Afrocentric… my name is Swahili. Fani actually means ‘prosperous,’ and Taifa means ‘people.'”

According to a subsequent piece published in October 2022 by South Atlanta Magazine, Willis stated that her father, who afterwards pursued legal education, had been subjected to many arrests to the extent that he was unable to provide an accurate count of them.

“He told me when he was taking the bar that was one of the questions they asked is that ‘have you ever been arrested before?’ He said, ‘Yeah, but I don’t, you know, want to lie on this application,'” Willis informed the magazine. “‘So, I’ll just tell you these are the states, you’ll have to research them.'”

In other Georgia/Trump legal news, according to Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat, there will be a mugshot taken of former President Trump.

“First and foremost, we will follow our own policies and procedures. We simply don’t … give any leniency just because of your status. Ultimately, there may be a court order that his lawyers may ask for, there may be some alternate … processes around it, but we’ll stay focused on our policies and procedures. And if a mugshot is warranted, we’ll follow that policy and procedure as well,” according to Axios.

“And so again, we treat everybody equally,” he asserted. “We’ve certainly learned from both New York as well as Miami. So, we’ve got a lot of different agencies involved.”

A quick search on the website “Open Secrets” which details which organizations and individuals give to which politicians, etc, shows that Sheriff Labat contributes to Democrat candidates. Labat is black as well, the same as Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who is most likely an anti-white racist. DA Willis actually campaigned on indicting Trump while she ran for her elected position of DA. She was giddy and laughing when she announced the indictment this week.

Trump’s campaign railed against Willis this week as they revealed she is the daughter of a former Black Panther and said that she comes from a “family steeped in hate.”

According to a report by Mediaite, during his appearance at the Iowa State Fair, President Trump was questioned on allegations of an impending indictment in Fulton County. In response, he expressed his sentiments passionately toward the district attorney.

A reporter inquired whether there was a possibility for the former president to enter into a plea agreement in the state of Georgia.

“We did nothing wrong. We don’t ever take a plea deal. We don’t take plea deals. It’s a wise guy question. You’re just a wise guy. “We don’t take plea deals because I did nothing wrong. It’s called election interference,” President Trump shot back in response.

“Because these indictments are going out by Biden. Who can’t even put two sentences together. This is Joe Biden. Because he can’t win the election by himself. He can’t win the election based on votes. So what they did is they got the attorney general to do it. And then you see how stupid they acted yesterday with the appointment of the special counsel. They call it special counsel. And what a crazy thing that was. And it’s being laughed at all over the world,” Trump continued.

Source: Fox News


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