New evidence surrounding Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee’s involvement in the Trump election interference case has emerged. Financial disclosures have revealed that Judge McAfee made a donation of $150 to county prosecutor Fani Willis in June 2020 while working for the Justice Department.

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In an interview with the courageous news outlet Daily Caller, legal analyst Philip Holloway acknowledged that the donation may be seen as a potential conflict of interest. Holloway emphasized that judges are required, without exception, to avoid any appearance of impropriety. While the donation itself might be considered a token amount and predates McAfee’s appointment as a judge, the failure to disclose this to the defendants raises legitimate concerns.

Adding fuel to the fire is the revelation that Governor Brian Kemp (R), who steadfastly refused to launch a criminal probe into Willis, had appointed McAfee to the bench. McAfee was subsequently sworn in as a Fulton County Superior Court judge on February 1, 2023. The unsettling details surrounding McAfee’s prior professional association with Willis continue to raise eyebrows, as the New York Times reported in August. It has been uncovered that McAfee had worked for Willis in the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office even before her election victory in 2020.

After successfully unseating a corrupt former county prosecutor, Willis rode a wave of public sentiment. Assuming office on January 1, 2021, she campaigned on a promise to abstain from engaging in sexual misconduct—a direct shot at her predecessor’s scandalous behavior. Yet, the irony of Willis’s lofty campaign pledge became evident when allegations of her own extramarital affair came to light, accompanied by suspicious financial implications.

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In a dramatic twist in 2023, former President Donald Trump and his codefendant Mike Roman leveled accusations against Willis. They alleged that she was involved in an improper romantic entanglement with her lead prosecutor in the Trump case, Nathan Wade. Shockingly, during recent proceedings, Wade testified before Judge McAfee himself, claiming that their relationship commenced in 2022, shortly after Willis initiated the case against Trump in 2021. However, Robin Yeartie, a former employee of the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office and a college friend of Willis, refuted these claims. Yeartie boldly asserted that Willis and Wade had been in a relationship since 2019, directly contradicting Wade’s version of events.

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The implications of these revelations are enormous. If Judge McAfee determines that Willis engaged in an actual conflict of interest by maintaining an inappropriate connection with her fellow prosecutor, she would be forced to step aside from the case—handing a colossal victory to Trump in the Georgia election interference debacle. It is an outcome patriots nationwide have been eagerly anticipating as they seek justice and preserve our republic and democratic processes.

As this unfolding saga continues to captivate the nation, it raises profound concerns about the integrity and impartiality of the justice system. The American people deserve a legal system that operates free from bias or personal entanglements. The truth must prevail, and the consequences of any malfeasance must be held to account—no matter how uncomfortable it may make the establishment.

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