Fani Willis risked criminal charges with this awful act of defiance

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Fani Willis can’t stop creating trouble for herself.

The controversial Fulton County District Attorney is constantly on the lookout for a fight and she just may yet get her wish.

And Fani Willis risked criminal charges with this awful act of defiance.

Jim Jordan says Willis continues to thumb her nose at Congress

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) opened an investigation into the Willis for misuse of federal funds after a whistleblower came forward with credible allegations of corruption and intimidation.

The whistleblower told Jordan’s committee that Willis fired her and ordered armed security to perp walk her out of the building, and she came forward with information about how a Willis aide planned to divert federal taxpayer funds for a youth violence prevention center for personal use.

Jordan sent requests for documents that Willis, so far, has ignored.

The Judiciary Committee Chairman wasn’t happy and didn’t close the door on a criminal referral on contempt of Congress charges if Willis continued to defy the Committee.

“No, we haven’t heard back from her yet. We’ll see what we get,” Jordan told reporters, “but there’s a whistleblower in her office who we have talked to, our committee staff. And she, the whistleblower, I think she’s like four foot eleven. But Fani Willis had seven police escort her out when she fired this lady, because this lady raised the concern that Miss Willis was not spending federal funds … not following the grant the rules of the grant and the grant dollars in the appropriate manner,” he said.

Willis thumbs her nose at Jordan again

CNN obtained a letter Willis sent to Jordan where Willis all but dared Jordan to vote on referring her to the Justice Department for prosecution.

“[W]e have already provided you with substantial information about our programs that are funded via federal grants,” Willis sneered.

Willis claimed her office was too busy to comply with a lawful oversight request by Congress as authorized by Article I of the Constitution.

“Your primary complaint appears to be that we did not complete the production of your extension document demands (including five categories of documents over a four-year period) in less than two months. That demand is unreasonable and uncustomary and would require this government office to divert resources from our primary purpose of prosecuting crime,” Willis added.

“We will not shut down this office’s efforts to prosecute crimes — including gang activity, acts of violence and public corruption — to meet unreasonable deadlines in your politically motivated ‘investigation’ of this office,” Willis continued.

Willis’ office might not be so busy if it wasn’t trying to put Donald Trump through a show trial on crimes Willis invented to settle a political score.
Finally, Willis couldn’t let any opportunity pass without playing the race card.

“[L]et me state this clearly: nothing that you do will derail the efforts of my staff and I to bring the election interference prosecution to trial so that a jury of Fulton County citizens can determine the guilt or innocence of the defendants,” Willis ranted. “My family, my staff and I have been threatened repeatedly by people making violent, often racist, attacks.”

Willis takes a big risk

Willis can smugly thumb her nose at Congress knowing the weaponized Biden Justice Department will protect her.

But someone else may be in charge of the Justice Department come next January.

And whoever that is could use the Biden Justice Department precedent of prosecuting Trump advisors on contempt of Congress charges to enforce an equal standard against Democrats.

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