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FANI IN FLAMES: MSNBC Legal Analyst Says Willis' 'Credibility is Shot,' 'Case is Dead in the Water' [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.15.24

MSNBC legal analyst Caroline Polisi reacted to testimony from the hearing in Georgia that’s trying to determine the nature of the relationship between Trump prosecutor Nathan Wade and Fulton County DA Fani Willis and when it turned romantic; things are not looking good for Willis.

Wade revealed that he had previously traveled with Willis and that he had paid for things on his company card and been reimbursed in cash by Ms. Willis.

Additionally, Robin Yeartie, a former friend of Willis who previously worked in the district attorney’s office, called into question Willis’ account of when the relationship became romantic.

“You have no doubt that their romantic relationship was in effect from 2019 until the last time you spoke with her?” defense lawyer Ashleigh Merchant, who is representing co-defendant Michael Roman, asked the witness. “No doubt,” Ms. Yeartie replied.

This contradicts Willis and Wade’s timeline.

“This has been a bombshell,” Polisi says. “It was sort of a slow burn but if you parse the language, huge, huge issues here. I want to be really clear — this is not about a relationship between two consenting adults. This has nothing to do with that. This is about lying to the court about potential financial gain on the part of Fani Willis. And not even so much that — that takes a back seat. The issue here is her credibility is shot. If she submitted something to the court that she knew was false and inaccurate, what else was she lying about.”

“I think this case is dead in the water.”

Watch the clip below:

Watch a clip from Wade’s testimony below:

Watch a clip from Teartie’s testimony below:

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