Georgia lawmaker demands Fani Willis step aside in Trump election case: 'Her credibility is shot'

Posted 25 days ago


Georgia State Sen. Bill Cowsert claimed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis had "no credibility" left after her former lover and special prosecutor Nathan Wade resigned from the Georgia election interference case last week.

The Republican lawmaker appeared on "Fox & Friends" on Monday to discuss the probe into alleged misconduct by Willis after she has been caught up in scrutiny over allegations she hired Wade for the case because of their alleged romantic relationship.

Georgia Judge Scott McAfee ordered the embattled DA on Friday to remove Wade from the case, or step aside herself, scolding her for "making poor choices" and having a "tremendous lapse in judgment."

Cowsert told Fox News host Brian Kilmeade that Willis should resign from the case because "her credibility is shot."

Willis appeared to be using the publicity in the sweeping 2020 election interference case against former President Trump to seek higher office, he argued.

"She has no credibility with the courts, or with potential jurists. Seems to me, it will hurt her ability to obtain a conviction," he continued.... (Read more)