Up until now there had been no solid proof that Fani Willis colluded with Joe Biden to take President Trump out of the 2024 presidential race even though we were convinced that Nathan Wade, allegedly Willis’s boy toy had met with people within the White House Counsel’s office twice.
Fulton County prosecutor Alex Bernick testified in court under oath confessed that Willis’s office received two letters from Biden’s White House Counsel. Remember, Biden denied any and all collusion with Willis. Biden lied? How unusual.
Inside the courtroom, Harry MacDougald, an attorney for former Department of Justice official Jeff Clark, argued a motion seeking to obtain correspondence between Willis’ office and the Department of Justice as well as President Joe Biden’s White House.
“As indicated I’ll take a second pass as to how these two issues fit into Brady,” Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee said, referring to the law that requires the government to disclose potentially exculpatory material in its possession. “And on the second issue we’ll start with an in camera review,” McAfee continued, indicating he wanted to review that correspondence in his chambers with the attorneys, adding “if you can have that to me, if you can compile it, and I will review it, and I will issue an order accordingly.”
During the arguments, Fulton County prosecutor Alex Bernick disclosed that there were previously undisclosed written communications between the White House and DA’s office related to the logistics of calling federal officials to testify, which for the Department of Justice is referred to as Touhy clearance.
“We did get a letter from the White House counsel’s office, your honor,” Bernick said. “It was about logistics and procedures… two written letters, your honor, about procedures, about how we interviewed, whether those Touhy type process with former or current White House officials.”
The confession came during a hearing on Jeffrey Clark’s lawsuit that claimed Willis and Wade were lovers and that they coordinated with the Biden regime. Jeffrey Clark served as the Department of Justice Assistant Attorney General under Trump and was under consideration to be Trump’s Attorney General.
In August Fani Willis hit President Trump and 18 others with RICO and conspiracy charges for daring to challenge the 2020 election whi9ch falls under the category of free speech. If Georgia ran crooked elections, the DOJ would have entitled to investigate.
Fani Willis criminalized the First Amendment and brave state lawmakers did their best to fight back and oust her from office.
Jeffrey Clark was indicted by a Fulton County grand jury on two counts: 1 (RICO) and 22 (Criminal Attempt to Commit False Statements and Writings).
During a hearing for Jeffrey Clark on Thursday, the Fulton County DA’s office admitted it received two letters from Biden’s White House Counsel.
“We did get a letter from the White House counsel’s office, your honor,” Fulton County prosecutor Alex Bernick said. “It was about logistics and procedures…”
Under further questioning Bernick admitted the DA’s office actually received two letters from Biden’s White House Counsel.
According to legal reporter Julie Kelly, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee wants both letters filed under seal for en camera (private) review in his chambers.
“As indicated I’ll take a second pass as to how these two issues fit into Brady,” Judge McAfee said referring to a law requiring the government to hand over exculpatory evidence.
“And on the second issue we’ll start with an in camera review,” McAfee said adding he wants to privately review the letters in his chambers. “If you can have that to me, if you can compile it, and I will review it, and I will issue an order accordingly.”
Judge McAffee pointed out that Jeffrey Clark can use the White House correspondence as part of selective prosecution defense.
“You would agree that a selective prosecution is a viable claim? There are a lot of hurdles. They haven’t cleared any of them,” Judge McAfee said to Bernick.
“I would agree it’s a viable defense,” Bernick replied.