Fani Willis

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Big Fani Willis

Fahnee Taifa Floyd Willis (born October 27, 1971), commonly known as Big Fanny Willis or Mrs. Fred Willis, from whom she was divorced in 2005, is the corrupt Democrat district attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, which encompasses the liberal capital city of Atlanta. She is known for her bogus and corrupt sham indictment of former President Donald Trump and 18 other individuals for speaking out against the rigged 2020 presidential election in Georgia. Former United States Attorney Andrew McCarthy assessed the case:

“Why has DA Willis invoked Georgia’s version of the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, which is typically applied to mobsters engaged in the familiar rackets of murder, extortion, trafficking in narcotics and stolen goods, gambling, prostitution and so on?...Because there’s a giant hole in her case: the lack of a clear crime to which Trump and his co-defendants can plausibly be said to have agreed...That is what’s so strange about DA Willis’s indictment...She alleges that the 19 people named in her indictment are guilty of conspiracy because they agreed to try to keep Donald Trump in power as president — specifically, to change the outcome of the election in favor of Trump...Trying to change an election outcome is legal; the end doesn’t become illegal if pursued by illegal means — instead, those illegal means can be charged as crimes...But there is no conspiracy unless the objective itself is clearly a crime...An agreement to try to reverse the result of an election is not an agreement to commit a crime”.[1]
Meme posted to the internet during President Trump's booking.[2]

Born in Inglewood, California, Willis is the daughter of John Clifford Floyd, III, an attorney who co-founded the California-based Black Panther Party and who primarily reared her after the parents divorced.

Like Salome, Big Fani danced to serve Donald Trump's head on a platter, charging him with 91 bogus felony counts facing 400 years for asking people to lobby a state legislature or watch a particular TV program.

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President Trump surrendered to the Fulton County Sheriff on August 24, 2023 for booking. As Trump’s motorcade left the Fulton County Jail, his motorcade was met by hundreds of Black Atlanta residents lining up the street to catch of glimpse of the 45th president. Videos on Twitter show residents of Atlanta ecstatic that Trump’s motorcade was driving through their long neglected neighborhoods. Many of the residents were heard on video shouting, “Free Trump!”[3]

Harrison Floyd, the lone co-defendant of the 19 people charged was denied bond by a state judge, imprisoning the Black Voices for Trump leader at the Fulton County Jail despite his pleas for release. Floyd, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, is a black man. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Emily Richardson alleged Floyd "posed a flight risk". Floyd told the judge that he should not be considered a flight risk, arguing that he “voluntarily” surrendered, adding: “There is no way I’m a flight risk; I showed up here before the president was here.” Richardson said Floyd’s bond “will be addressed,” but that full consideration falls on Georgia Judge Scott McAfee, who Floyd had previously been assigned to.[4]

Big Fani was part of a conspiracy that questioned the legitimacy of Fulton county's 2020 presidential election.[5][6]

In August 2023 the United States House Committee on the Judiciary launched an investigation into the prosecutorial misconduct of Willis examining her use of federal funds for a politically motivated prosecution interfering with federal elections and American democracy. There were 5 questions regarding her abuse of power:

  • four days before the indictment was announced, Willis "launched a new campaign fundraising website that highlighted" her investigation into Trump;
  • the infamous forewoman of the special grand jury that Willis convened who bragged about subpoenaing Trump;
  • the allegedly accidental release of a document by a Fulton County clerk showing the forthcoming criminal charges against Trump hours before the grand jury officially met and voted;
  • a judge disqualified Willis from targeting Georgia Lieutenant Governor Burt Jones (R) in her investigation; and Fulton County officials announcing they will process Trump at the local jail like any other criminal, including forcing him to take a mug shot and post bond.

The committee also noted there are "questions about whether and how your office coordinated with DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith during the course of this investigation" and requested any documents and communications from Willis' office with any federal officials about her investigation.[7]

Willis’ campaign director, Jeremy Halbert Harris, worked for the Joe Biden campaign in Georgia during the 2020 presidential election cycle. Harris has a history of posting tweets critical of President Trump, going back to 2017. The Willis team was caught hiding the evidence.[8]

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