Fani Willis Goes On The Offensive Against Critics During Heated Speech: ‘They Get Mad When I Call Out Their Lunacy’

by Gee NY

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis delivered a fiery speech on Thursday, June 13, 2024, confronting her critics head-on during a conference at Turner Chapel AME Church in Marietta.

Addressing a supportive crowd, Willis vehemently responded to what she perceived as persistent attacks on her character and professional conduct.

“They get mad when I call out their lunacy. I mean, you can’t piss on me and tell me it’s raining,” Willis declared, pulling no punches in her address.

The event was led by Bishop Reginald Jackson, a vocal supporter of Willis, and comes in the wake of Willis’s formal request to the Georgia Court of Appeals to dismiss an appeal by former President Donald Trump and other defendants seeking her removal from a high-profile racketeering and election subversion case.

A lower court judge previously ruled that Willis could continue overseeing the case as long as her special prosecutor, Nathan Wade, stepped down.

Ironically, Wade was present at the church, quietly seated at the back.

The case is likely to be delayed until next year due to the ongoing appeals process, pushing it past the upcoming November election.

Willis targeted her detractors, particularly those on the right, who have criticized her handling of the case and her professional relationship with Wade.

“I’m talking about being Black in America again. They probably going to be mad,” Willis remarked, addressing racial undertones she perceives in the criticisms against her.

She further criticized what she described as her critics’ false piety and deliberate mispronunciation of her name.

“You cannot allow their ignorance, their taunting, their threats to deter you in any way from God’s purpose for your life,” Willis urged.

In response to Willis’s request to dismiss the appeal, Trump’s Georgia attorney, Steve Sadow, issued a statement condemning the move.

“This appears to be a last-ditch effort to stop any appellate review of DA Willis’ misconduct. The state has tried this gambit before with no success,” Sadow asserted.

As the legal battles continue, Willis remains undeterred, using her platform to defend her integrity and reaffirm her commitment to her role amidst intense scrutiny and opposition.

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