Fani Has a Great Defense for Her Sex-Money-Fueled Racketeering

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Fani Willis has an interesting defense for her corrupt handling of the Donald Trump case. She’s not perfect!

Everyone who breaks the law could use this, but to be exact, she said, “Black women aren’t perfect,” so maybe it only works for black women.

“Lord, your flawed, hard-headed, and imperfect child, I’m a little confused. I appointed three special counselors. Is my right to do? Paid them all the same hourly rate? They only each had one,” she said. “I hired one white woman, a good personal friend and great lawyer. A superstar, I tell you. I hired one white man, brilliant, my friend, and a great lawyer. And I hired one black man, another superstar, a great friend, and a great lawyer.”

Willis suggested Mr. Wade is criticized because he is black.

“Oh Lord, they’re going to be mad when I call them out on this nonsense. First thing they say, ‘Oh, she’s going to play the race card now.’ But no God, isn’t it them who’s playing the race card when they only question one?” Willis said. “Isn’t it them playing the race card when they constantly think I need someone from some other jurisdiction in some other state to tell me how to do a job I’ve been doing almost 30 years.”

She claimed Wade has “impeccable credentials” even though he has zero experience in the work she assigned to him regarding a former president of the United States.

“Wasn’t it them that attacked this lawyer of impeccable credentials? The black man I chose has been a judge more than ten years, run a private practice more than 20, represented businesses in civil litigation,” she said, adding “I ain’t done ya’ll.”

When did she forget how to speak in proper English? That’s new.

“How come God, the same black man I hired, was acceptable when a Republican in another county hired him and paid him twice the rate? Oh y’all didn’t hear me. Another county, the elected official, has the authority to pay him twice the rate. Why is the white male Republican’s judgment good enough, but the black female Democrats’ not?”

“You cannot expect black women to be perfect and save the world,” Willis went on to say. “The Lord is completing us. We are not perfect. We need your prayers. We need to be allowed to stumble. We need grace. With that kind of support, we will move mountains and do Jesus’ will, stumbling all the way.”

She “stumbled” prosecuting nearly two dozen Republicans, a former president, a former mayor, a chief of staff, and other prominent Republicans, mostly white.

Fani is heading for divorce court as the other women in Nathan Wade’s divorce, and Fani’s husband ditched her. She picked her lover to prosecute political opponents and paid him nearly $700,000. Nothing to see here, you racists.


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Obama's boyfriend
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Obama's boyfriend
1 month ago

Its what race mongers always vomit when caught.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
1 month ago

That supposed to be church she attends has been implicated in criminal activity They’re behind the BLM scam. May also be involved in voting fraud schemes in several states. Could simply be not a church at all but, a political racketeering operation disguised as a religious origination.

John Acord
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John Acord
1 month ago

I wonder how Fanni would respond if one or more of the Trump defendants came ip with this same defense like “white men are not perfect.” Fanni is guilty of far more serious crimes than using state funds to fund her lover. She s guilty of a massive interference in a federal election and for that and a host of other crimes she will be imprisoned along with her con-conspirators ina very special prison.

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Corruption has nothing to do with the color of your skin. A pitiful pretentious woman, caught in the act. Simple as that.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
1 month ago

Aa person who thinks she is an elitist and takes no responsibility for her sins.
If, as it appears by the parament on the lectern, she is speaking in a Christian church, her speech is blasphemous. Trying to hide he adultery from God is a useless effort.

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Anonymous
1 month ago

You would think she could have better place than in a church to make that statement.

That is one church that you wouldn’t want to go to. Has a really bad reputation already, just got worse.