Trump Scores Another Victory as Georgia Appeals Court Reviews DA Fani Willis’ Disqualification – EVOL

President Donald Trump has just secured another major legal victory after a Georgia appeals court agreed to review whether disgraced Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis should be disqualified from her case.

By agreeing to review the issue, the Georgia Court of Appeals has delayed any potential trial from taking place before the November election, Newsweek reported.

This is the second of his four criminal cases to be postponed after Special Counsel Jack Smith’s classified documents case was dropped earlier this week.

Both cases from Willis and Smith will no longer make it to trial before the election, as the Democrats had hoped.

Smith’s case, however, is now finished after it was postponed when evidence tampering by prosecutors emerged.

Willis was spearheading the Georgia election interference case against Trump.

However, the case is now in jeopardy after it was revealed that Willis engaged in misconduct by employing her lover, Nathan Wade, to help her prosecute the case.

Trump and his co-defendants petitioned the court to disqualify Willis from the case.

Judge Scott McAfee, who is presiding over the case, refused to take Willis off of it despite the obvious misconduct.

The fact that the appeals court is willing to review



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