Fani Willis Issued Subpeona By US Marshals After Refusal

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis decided to halt justice by refusing to accept a subpoena via email by the House Judiciary Committee, causing the U.S. Marshals to step in and deliver it.

The subpoena was issued by Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), the Judiciary Committee Chair, on Feb 2., asking for documents about the potential misuse of federal funds in the indictment of former President Donald Trump.

Jordan’s request for documents came after allegations of Willis’ office going after a former employee, Amanda Timpson, warned her about the misuse of funds. Two months after the warning, Timpson was “abruptly terminated” and “escorted out of her office by seven armed investigators,” according to a report by The Washington Free Beacon.

According to Newsmax, Jordan wrote in a letter on Friday that the district attorney would not comply with two requests to provide documentation regarding the spending of federal grant money.

“Instead of using these federal grant funds for the intended purpose of helping at-risk youths, your office sought to use the grant funds to ‘get Macbooks … swag … [and] use it for travel,’” Jordan wrote in the letter. “Moreover, the whistleblower’s direct supervisor stated that these planned expenditures ‘were part of [your] vision.’”

Last year, Willis’ office criticized Jordan’s requests, stating that there is “no justification in the Constitution for Congress to interfere with a state criminal matter.”

Willis refused the subpoena, resulting in the U.S. Marshals to hand deliver it to her, The Daily Caller confirmed.

“Why wouldn’t Fani Willis just accept service like everyone else? Making the U.S. Marshal’s Service use taxpayer money to do this is a complete waste of time and resources. But we shouldn’t be surprised when it comes to her office,” a source close to the situation told The Daily Caller.

Besides being subpoenaed, Willis has other issues to worry about.
After weeks of avoiding the allegations, Willis admitted that she had a personal relationship with Nathan Wade, the prosecutor she hired to handle the election fraud case against Trump. She stated that the relationship did not occur until after his hiring in Nov. 2021.

However, Terrence Bradley, a former business associate of Wade, will testify that their relationship started before his hiring.

According to Fox News, the Georgia Senate has officially started its investigation into Willis.