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Why Fani Willis cannot dismiss the phone records that accuse her of perjury
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Why Fani Willis cannot dismiss the phone records that accuse her of perjury

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is not having the best week.

While she and her special prosecutor “friend,” Nathan Wade, insist that they were not in a relationship before he was hired — phone records submitted by former president Donald Trump suggest otherwise.

The pair is leading the election interference case against Trump and 14 others, which makes their lies even more curious.

“The problem is, they swore under oath several times that they didn’t have a relationship at all prior,” Glenn Beck says.

The two claimed they had begun their relationship in early 2022, right after Wade was hired — but witnesses have also claimed otherwise, saying they were together as early as 2019.

According to the phone records, the two have exchanged over 2,000 voice calls and just under 12,000 text messages.

Cellphone records also showed that special prosecutor Wade made nearly three dozen visits to Willis’ Hapeville neighborhood in 2021, and on two occasions, it appeared that Wade spent the night, arriving late at night and leaving early in the morning.

“They will go to any length to lie about this at this point,” Stu Burguiere comments.

To hear more, watch the clip below.

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