BREAKING: Anti-Trump DA Exposed as Old Social Media Posts Surface

(SNews) – Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has indicted President Donald Trump on charges related to his questioning of the 2020 election results in Georgia.

However, old social media posts have emerged showing Willis questioning the results of several elections, including the 2020 presidential race.

According to the Democrats, this would make Willis a co-called “election denier.”

Of course, the Left insists that a person can only be an “election denier” when they question Democrat wins.

If a Democrat questions a Republican victory, it’s called “saving our democracy,” according to the Left.

As Trump was being booked and processed in Georgia for a fourth time on a fourth indictment, Willis’s old social media posts surfaced.

The posts raise serious concerns about the double standards of justice being used to target the Democrats’ enemies.

The posts provide a view into the rabid partisan nature and hypocrisy of the Democrat prosecutor who is trying to advance her career by charging the 45th president.

Specifically, multiple posts show Willis spreading conspiracy theories about Georgia’s elections.

She even went so far as to claim there were “water leaks” during the 2020 election counting in Fulton County.

Willis suggested that ballots were being thrown and not counted.

She wasn’t alone, however, as “election-denying” Republicans also raised concerns about the ballot count in Fulton County.

The comments from the prosecutors are surprising considering Willis has been blasting Trump during press conferences for supposedly daring to tarnish the alleged sanctity of Georgia’s elections.

But the social media posts show that Willis was raising concerns about burst water pipes and claiming the election might be stolen from Democrats.

Willis also helped to spread conspiracy theories that the 2020 election was “racist.”

She agreed with false racist claims that only “white people” were voting.

At one point, she claimed that white people make up “116 percent” of the voting pool.

And it wasn’t just the 2020 election that Willis called into question.

Several times in 2018, Willis suggested that election shenanigans were afoot.

Meanwhile, the House Judiciary Committee has launched an investigation into the partisan nature of Willis’s case.

As Slay News reported earlier, Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) is demanding information and communications with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Executive Branch officials and information on federal funding that the office receives.

The probe is into whether the Fulton County District Attorney’s office coordinated with federal officials, including DOJ Special Counsel Jack Smith, for its indictment of Trump.

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