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It’s an adults-only reality TV hit. Just call it ‘The Real Prosecutors of Fulton County’

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The fun never ends in Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee’s Atlanta courtroom. It’s a red-hot scene from a hit adult reality show called “The Real Prosecutor of Fulton County.”

As the Associated Press reported on Wednesday, the dangerous political issue is “taking a serious turn” atmosphere of melodramabogged down with testimonies about sex, dating, cash stashes, text messages…”

This week’s guest stars include Terrence Bradley, Nathan Wade’s former law partner. Mr. Wade has been mired in controversy. He also had an affair with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis while he was married (and preparing to divorce) and was involved in an affair related to President Donald J. Trump’s alleged effort to “overturn” the 2020 legislation. He works under Willis as the lead prosecutor in the criminal trial. election.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis testifies during a hearing in the State of Georgia v. Donald John Trump case at the Fulton County Courthouse on February 15, 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Alyssa Pointer)

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Bradley testified about when Willis and Wade began their affair. He previously exchanged hundreds of emails with Ashley Merchant, a lawyer for Trump co-defendant Michael Roman, about the timing of Willis and Wade’s romance. In one message, Bradley said it “definitely” began before Willis hired Wade in November 2021.

But then Bradley suffered from court-induced amnesia. Frustrated, Merchant told McAfee, “Judge, he can barely remember anything now.”

Memories fade. But sadly for Willis and Wade, the phone bill takes forever.

Wade’s cell phone records are highly incriminating. They show approximately 2,000 calls between Willis and Wade and his 10,000 texts. They communicated nonstop as the teens in heat darted back and forth.

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Even more revealing is the location data from Wade’s cell phone. They confirmed that Wade repeatedly showed up at Willis’ home around midnight and returned home in the early hours of dawn.

Willis appears to have recruited Wade in exchange for sexual favors and financial benefits: earth-shaking missions and fancy vacations. It was a huge sexual kickback scheme called play-to-pay, and it was paid for entirely by taxpayers in Fulton County, Georgia.

Were they burning the midnight oil to scrutinize documents and plan court proceedings, or were they doing other things by candlelight?

Wade and Willis testified that they “didn’t sleep together” before Willis hired Wade.

As the late great Dr. Henry Kissinger said, this probably has “the added advantage of being true.” These visits took place early in the morning, with very little actual sleep and very little sleep.

The opposing attorney should have asked the obvious question as bluntly as this: “Did the two have sex before Willis hired Wade?”

Willis, of course, paid Wade a huge fee to argue the complicated racketeer-influenced-corrupt organization (RICO) case against the former US president. This is the legal equivalent of appearing on a trapeze show. Wade seems fit to drive a clown car. Nevertheless, he received a salary similar to PT Burnham.

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Mr. Wade has earned about $654,000 since January 2022 from Mr. Willis’ case against Mr. Trump. Additionally, while Fisher paid Wade $250 an hour in November and December 2021, he only paid John Floyd, who is said to be Georgia’s go-to RICO expert, $150 an hour. The newspaper reports that it has not. Contract endorsed by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Fanny Willis and Nathan Wade

Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis and Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade. (Getty Images)

Wade then spent some of this money on taking Willis on cruises, a great weekend in Napa Valley, and some hot time at other upscale spots.

Willis appears to have recruited Wade in exchange for sexual favors and financial benefits: earth-shaking missions and fancy vacations.

It was a huge sexual kickback scheme called play-to-pay, and it was paid for entirely by taxpayers in Fulton County, Georgia.

If Willis hired her boyfriend, this is corruption.

If Willis had hired Wade. after that If your boss starts having sex with him, this sounds like sexual harassment. The boss knocks the boot on the employee who wields professional and economic power.

This is either a kickback scam or the opposite of Me Too.

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Fanny, which one is it?

Willis and Wade should be exonerated from this incident. In fact, this entire stinking wreck should be dismissed and should not be used against Rudy Giuliani, Mark Meadows, Sidney Powell, Harrison Floyd, Michael Roman, and other defendants who are being persecuted or have already been convicted. Those who admit should have their charges dropped and their legal costs paid. The people of Fulton County paid restitution and apologized deeply.

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