Fani Willis Subpoenaed for Info on ‘Use of Federal Funds’ in Trump Prosecution  

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) on Friday ordered Fulton County Prosecutor Fani Willis to provide documents and communications that “mention or relate to” her “receipt and use of federal funds.” and subpoenaed documents and communications “mentioning or relating to the allegations of misappropriation.” of federal funds. ”

In a subpoena obtained by Breitbart News, Jordan said Willis did not respond to Jordan’s requests for information about the use of federal funding.

Jordan launched an investigation into Willis on January 12 for allegedly receiving more than $14.6 million in grants from President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ) between 2020 and 2023. The expiry date of the funds suggests that the Justice Department provided federal Willis funds to fund the former president. The prosecution of Donald Trump.

Mr. Trump and his co-defendants in the Willis case have accused Mr. Willis and one of his prosecutors, Nathan Wade, of corruption on the following charges:

  1. maintain an inappropriate romantic relationship
  2. enriching one’s pockets through tax-funded prosecutions
  3. Meeting with Biden administration officials before indictment of Trump and co-defendants

In a letter obtained by Breitbart News, Willis previously told Jordan: “Your letter is a review of your past communications to access evidence in a pending criminal prosecution in Georgia. It merely restates the demands.” “As stated previously, your request implies important and well-recognized confidentiality interests related to ongoing criminal matters.”

In response, Jordan asked whether Willis “adequately oversaw the disbursement of federal grants allocated to your office and whether he took any actions to cover up your office’s illegal use of federal funds.” Mr. Willis was subpoenaed for questioning whether he had taken or not.

Reports on the whistleblower complaint say that instead of using these federal grants for their intended purpose of supporting at-risk youth, your office is using “Mac books, … memorabilia. It is said that he tried to use the grant money to “obtain such items.” [and] Please use it for travel. Furthermore, the whistleblower’s immediate supervisor stated that these planned expenditures “were part of the plan.” [your]vision. ” The whistleblower says he warned it would be “impossible” to use federal grant money in this way because the terms of the grant were “very specific.” The whistleblower was responsible for “vetting, selecting, and securing.” [the FCDAO’s] It was a “grant partnership” and the “single point of contact” between the Department of Justice and the FCDAO. Less than two months after he received this warning, you were “suddenly fired.” [the whistleblower] He then had seven armed agents escort her from the office. ”

Willis plans to submit subpoena information no later than February 23.

Wendell Husebo is a political reporter for Breitbart News and a former Republican war room analyst.he is the author of politics of slave morality.Follow Wendell “X” @WendellHusebø or society of truth @WendellHusebo.