BREAKING: Fani Willis’ Dad Takes The Stand, Makes Shocking Allegations

The father of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis took the stand on Friday, perhaps doing more harm than good as his daughter fights for her political life amid allegations of romantic nepotism, abusing tax dollars, and lying under oath.

John Floyd III, a retired attorney and former member of the Black Panther Party, testified that he was “concerned” about Willis’ safety in the days after she charged former President Donald Trump and 18 co-defendants with felony racketeering. According to Floyd, he spent his days “looking out of every window” and “walking around the house” after reprobates allegedly spray-painted epithets on Willis’ home.

“Somebody sprayed the B-word and the N-word on the house, and I don’t think my daughter even knew about that,” he said at one point.

At another point in his wide-ranging testimony, Floyd claimed to have predicted the start of the C0VlD-l9 pan deminc. ”I knew it was coming before anyone in the States,” he told prosecutors.

“Before C0VlD was even here in the U.S. – remember I lived in South Africa and I traveled the world. I knew C0VlD was coming before. They may have announced it in ’20, but i knew what was happening in ’19.”

Ever at the ready, former detective Floyd broke out his own magnifying glass when asked to inspect his driver’s license, which he presented to the court before taking the stand.

Perhaps most damningly for Willis, Floyd was not able to substantiate her initial claim that she did not begin seeing Wade until he was hired by her office. A former friend of Willis testified on Thursday that their relationship went back as far as 2019.

“She kept that [relationship] a secret from you, is that correct?” a lawyer for Willis asked.

“That is correct,” he replied.

When counter-examined by defense attorneys probing whether Willis actually kept thousands of dollars in cash around her home, Willis said he wasn’t told that, but keeping large sums of cash around the house is a “Black thing.”

“I’m not trying to be racist, Your Honor. It’s a Black thing. I was trained, most Black folks hide and keep cash. I was trained you always keep some cash, and just because of the color of my skin,” he said before launching into a tangential story about a time he took his wife and daughter to breakfast.

“I took a fellowship at Harvard when my daughter was just 3 years old, and I remember going to a restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and I had an American Express card and maybe a Visa, and I had a lot of what they call traveler’s checks… There was a sign that said credit card, and for whatever reason the man wouldn’t take my Amex, then he wouldn’t take my Visa. Then I pulled out traveler’s checks and he said we don’t take that either.

“I’ll never forget this, i had $10, and he said the bill for my wife and daughter and myself was $9.99. I’ll always remember that. I told my daughter you keep six months worth of cash always.”

Judge Scott McAfee will decide whether Willis should be disqualified from continuing her case against President Trump, and legal observers have speculated that she may even be at risk of criminal charges if she lied in an affidavit about the timeline of her relationship with Wade.

Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *