Articles of Impeachment Introduced Against DA Fani Willis: ‘The Time to Act Is Now’

Published January 27, 2024

Georgia Republicans unveiled a one-two punch Friday targeting Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Last year, Willis secured the indictment of former President Donald Trump and 18 co-defendants on allegations that they were involved in a conspiracy to interfere with the results of the 2020 election.

In recent days, Willis has come under fire amid allegations of a personal relationship with Nathan Wade, the prosecutor she hired to oversee the investigation of Trump. Documents released as part of Wade’s divorce case indicated the two have traveled together.

Republican state Rep. Charlice Byrd on Friday introduced a resolution calling for Willis to be impeached.

“With freedom on the line, bold action is necessary. It’s time for the legislature to do its constitutional duty and hold corrupt Fulton DA Fani Willis accountable, which is why I have introduced H.R. 872, articles of impeachment against Fani Willis,” Byrd wrote in a post on X.



RELATED: Fani Willis Faces Articles of Impeachment

Published January 26, 2024

Articles of impeachment have officially been introduced against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who allegedly had an affair with the special prosecutor she hired to prosecute former President Donald Trump in his Georgia election interference case.

GOP state Rep. Charlice Byrd, a Trump ally and chairwoman of the Georgia Freedom Caucus, introduced H.R. 872 on Friday, seeking to impeach the anti-Trump Democrat DA for using her prosecutorial position “not to pursue justice but for political gain.”

The 10-page House resolution alleges that Willis committed “acts of malfeasance, tyrannical partiality, and oppression” in the “wrongful” indictment of Trump and his 18 co-defendants, constituting “the severest case of gross abuse of discretion.” Byrd claims Willis “grossly violated” her oath of office, in which she swore “impartiality” “without fear” or “favor.” Additionally, Byrd accuses Willis of engaging in an “inappropriate” and “unethical” relationship with lead prosecutor Nathan Wade — relations from which she has “financially benefitted” and “profited,” Byrd alleges, citing the DA’s vow to take “only my lawful compensation.”



RELATED: Georgia Senate votes to create committee to investigate Fani Willis

FILE – Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis speaks in the Fulton County Government Center during a news conference, Aug. 14, 2023, in Atlanta. An Alabama man has been indicted on federal charges that he threatened violence against the Georgia prosecutor and Fulton County, Ga., Sheriff Patrick Labat related to an investigation into former President Donald Trump. The indictment was returned Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023, and unsealed Monday, Oct. 30. (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)
Published January 26, 2024

The Georgia State Senate voted Friday to create a special committee to investigate Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis after Republican senators said she misspent tax dollars in her criminal prosecution of former President Trump.

The committee is tasked with making recommendations on state laws and spending based on its findings. It doesn’t require approval from the Georgia House or Gov. Brian Kemp (R). It cannot directly sanction Willis, The Associated Press reported.

The state Senate vote was 30-19.

While Republicans say the committee is necessary to determine whether Willis misused tax money, Democrats say it is a partisan attempt in honor of Trump.

Willis has been hit with allegations of a romance between her and special prosecutor Nathan Wade, whom she appointed as the head of Trump’s 2020 election interference case.

Trump’s supporters have argued the alleged relationship between Willis and Wade is evidence of prosecutorial misconduct.

Willis has not responded publicly to the allegations but defended Wade’s qualifications in a speech on Jan. 14. Wade’s divorce case shows credit card statements purchasing plane tickets for him and Willis to Miami and San Francisco, the AP reported.

Most of the Republicans who reportedly supported creating the special committee also backed Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential results after the state went for President Biden.

The text of the bill said if Willis and Wade’s relationship was proven to exist, it would “constitute a clear conflict of interest and a fraud upon the taxpayers of Fulton Country and the State of Georgia.” It would establish grounds for Willis to recuse herself and appoint someone new to the cases instead of Wade.




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