The MSNBC legal analyst Caroline Polisi declared it is “game over” for Fani Willis in the election fraud trial against former President Donald Trump following bombshell testimony contradicting a sworn statement made by special prosecutor Nathan Wade as to when their romantic relationship began.

Robin Yeartie, a college friend of Willis, testified that the Fulton County District Attorney’s personal relationship with Wade began in 2019, years before the couple both stated that it had begun and well before he was hired in the Georgia election interference case.

Willis and Wade, in their court filing, acknowledged a “personal relationship” but said it had not resulted in any direct or indirect financial benefit to the district attorney. Wade’s sworn statement attached to the filing insisted that their relationship began in 2022 after he was hired.

Yeartie told the court, however, that there was “no doubt” that Willis and Wade were in a romantic relationship before the hiring, adding that she was “certain” of it.

Revelations that Willis had hired someone who she was involved with romantically to prosecute Trump surfaced with a court filing last month by defendant Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign official.

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MSNBC: ‘Game Over’ For Fani Willis

MSNBC’s legal analyst Polisi tried to explain to their viewers how bad this revelation was for Willis, using descriptors such as “epic” and “monumental.”

“Don’t let the legalese fool you,” she said in her analysis. “This is epic. This is monumental. If things are going in the direction we think, Fani Willis lied to the court, it’s game over for her.”

“She will be disqualified,” Polisi predicted. “If they had a relationship prior to when they represented truth to the court, it’s a huge deal. I can’t overstate.”

In a statement to the far-left media outlet Mediaite, Polisi said that the case is effectively squashed, at least as far as it relates to Willis and Wade’s role.

“Willis will be disqualified, which means her entire office is disqualified, which means the case will have to be re-assigned and languish with the PAC of Georgia, effectively killing the case,” Polisi said. “Her credibility is completely shot.”

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Trump Celebrates The MSNBC Report

Former President Donald Trump took to his Truth Social media platform to celebrate what he had heard during the MSNBC segment.

“MSNBC just stated game over for the fake Fani Willis case in Georgia,” he wrote. “Another scam coordinated with the Biden White House for purposes of election interference!”

Wade took the stand on Thursday to defend claims that his relationship with Willis had not resulted in any direct or indirect financial benefit to the district attorney.

County records show that Wade has been paid nearly $654,000 in legal fees since January 2022. Remarkably, Wade insists he was paid by the DA’s office in cash and had only one receipt to show for it.

One receipt. That seems … unlikely.

Wade also testified that he “doesn’t recall” travel with Willis in 2021 when he was hired.

He would later complete his testimony and march directly out of the courtroom.

The case against former President Trump and 14 remaining co-defendants is at stake right now, as a decision to disqualify Willis and her office could result in a significant delay in the trial, and potentially lessen the chance that a trial would be held before the November election.

Fulton Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee said earlier in the week that Willis could be disqualified from the case depending on his findings after hearing the evidence presented from both sides.



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