Fani Willis hoped no one would find out about these shady payments

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A new layer in Fani Willis’ scandal was just uncovered.

The Fulton County District Attorney is facing some tough questions.

And Fani Willis hoped no one would find out about these shady payments.

Fani Willis already  faces charges of misusing taxpayer funds over hiring her alleged lover Nathan Wade as a special prosecutor on the Donald Trump 2020 election case.

Wade allegedly used some of the money Willis’ office paid him to take the couple on cruises and vacations to Napa Valley.

Now Willis is facing charges that Wade’s current and former law partner bankrolled her campaign for District Attorney and received lucrative contracts in return.

Wade’s former law partner, Terrance Bradley, donated $1,000 to Willis in June of 2020, another $550 that October, and an additional $2,500 last June.

Records show the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office paid Bradley $74,480 between May of 2021 and June of 2022.

Bradley also represented Wade in the divorce proceeding from which the affair allegations sprung out of until September of 2022.

Wade’s current law partner, Christopher Campbell, made a donation of $1,000 to Willis’ campaign in June of 2020 and also signed a contract with the District Attorney’s Office in January of 2021.

Campbell also operated under another contract from March 1, 2021 to April 30, 2021, where the District Attorney’s Office paid Campbell $65 an hour for work as a  “First Appearance Attorney,” meaning it was his job to represent the District Attorney’s Office at a defendant’s first court hearing 72 hours after their arrest.

Since 2021, Campbell has earned more than $126,000 from the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office.

Willis hired Anna Cross as a special prosecutor on the Trump case where she earned $37,729 between July and September of 2022.

Cross donated $250 to Willis in 2020.

John Floyd – who Willis hired as a racketeering expert – contributed $6,307 to Willis’ campaign.

One donation of $258 came in December of 2023 after Willis brought him on the case.

The scandals  and questions about Willis’ conduct and use of taxpayer funds were already reaching a critical mass.

Now critics are wondering if Willis doled out lucrative taxpayer funded jobs on the Trump case as rewards for contributions.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*