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More trouble for Fani? Jim Jordan says he spoke with a whistleblower in his office

Fani Willis' troubles went beyond her relationship scandal, as a former staffer had turned whistleblower on a key House committee.

Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Willis (D) has faced intense scrutiny over the stated timeline of his personal relationship with special counsel Nathan Wade, who was hired to handle the investigation of former President Donald Trump. This possible impropriety may be only one aspect of the elected official's alleged wrongdoing, as the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee confirmed that the staff was in discussions with a whistleblower.

In a conversation Friday with American Conservative Union President Matt Schlapp at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan (R) pointed to Willis' late response to a subpoena that had been issued for documents at the beginning of the month.

“We haven't heard back from her yet, we'll see what we get from her, but there's a whistleblower in her office that we've talked to, our committee staff,” the Judiciary president said to applause from the audience .

How it had been reported when the subpoena was originally issued, the identity of the complainant was said to be that of former Fulton County District Attorney's Office employee Amanda Timpson, who claimed she had been demoted after an attempt to stop the misuse of federal grant money designated for a youth band. prevention initiative by a Willis campaign aide.

Timpson was subsequently fired.

“The whistleblower, I think she's 4-foot-11, but Fani Willis had seven police officers as an escort when she fired this lady because this lady raised concerns that Ms. Willis … was not following the grant: grant rules. and grant dollars in the appropriate manner,” Jordan detailed.

“He's talking to our office now and we'll see where it goes,” he added “And that's why we subpoenaed the records and documents related to this.”

In his letter to Willis in early February accompanying the subpoena, Jordan wrote: “The Committee's oversight of your office's use of federal grant funds is particularly relevant in light of the whistleblowers' allegations public that it has misused federal funding. According to a recent report, your office “planned to illegally use part of a $488,000 federal grant, intended to create a Center for Youth Empowerment and Prevention of gangs”, to cover frivolous and unrelated expenses”.

The congressman's update came as an investigator for the president had produced cell phone data showing Willis and Wade's devices together in their neighborhood overnight on several occasions before the testified start to their relationship.

Megyn Kelly, radio host he commented in the court filing, “It's shocking that Team Trump got their hands on the #FaniWillis case. More evidence that these two prosecutors lied, under oath. They are looking at perjury charges and worse. Bar Discipline . And there's no way they're going to stay in this case. It's done.”


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