Trey Gowdy dropped one brutal fact about Fani Willis that Democrats didn’t want to hear

Fulton County DA Fani Willis’ case against Donald Trump is in serious jeopardy.

Now her luck could be about to run out. 

And Trey Gowdy dropped one brutal fact about Fani Willis that Democrats didn’t want to hear.

Fox News host Trey Gowdy – a former federal prosecutor before he was elected to Congress – blasted the White House and Fulton County Democrat District Attorney Fani Willis for the impression of “political coordination” during an appearance on The Faulkner Focus.

Ashley Merchant – an attorney for Trump case co-defendant Michael Roman – dropped a bombshell at a Georgia State Senate hearing on Willis’ misconduct.

White House visitor logs show that Willis met with Vice President Kamala Harris before she filed criminal charges against former President Donald Trump and his allies.

Fani Willis is a politician masquerading as a prosecutor

Gowdy leveled Willis for the White House meeting with Harris saying it made the charges look politically motivated.

“I just want people to understand that this is not the way 99.9% of all prosecutors in this country conduct themselves on either side of the aisle,” Gowdy said. “These are politicians masquerading as prosecutors, and it will be the undoing of our justice system.”

He raised eyebrows when the former federal prosecutor said that Willis being disqualified from the case might not be in Trump’s best interest.

“I’d rather have two people who don’t know what they’re doing prosecute me than go find two people who actually do,” Gowdy continued. “The larger point is weaponizing our justice system, whether it’s the federal or the state level. It will be our undoing.”

Gowdy rips White House and Willis’ coordination

Gowdy said that the apparent coordination between Willis and the White House in the case was disgusting.

“What I’d like to know more about are these meetings between Fani Willis or Nathan Wade and the White House, because that level of political coordination should disgust people of all political ideations,” Gowdy said.

Nathan Wade – Willis’ lover she hired as a special prosecutor on the Trump case – had two meetings with White House officials before the Trump indictment including the White House Counsel, President Joe Biden’s top legal advisor.

Gowdy also predicted that the witch hunt in Georgia against Trump might not be over if Willis is disqualified from the case.

“Fani Willis or Nathan Wade may very well have issues with respect to perjury. They may have issues with candor before the court. They may have Georgia bar issues,” Gowdy explained.

The justice system could still be politicized against Trump according to Gowdy.

“The question for President Trump and other co-defendants is whether or not the indictment is legally sufficient. And even if it is not, they’re just going to go get another grand jury to indict him. Again, we got to fix the underlying pathology, which is a politicization of our justice system,” Gowdy concluded.

Donald Trump and his allies might not be out of the woods if Fani Willis is disqualified from the case.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*