Right-wing podcast host Steve Bannon on Tuesday predicted that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis would “end up in jail” over her love life.
Bannon and pro-Trump attorney Mike Davis discussed a lawsuit claiming Willis had a “romantic relationship” with special prosecutor Nathan Wade.
Davis suggested Wade had improper discussions with the White House counsel about the prosecution of Donald Trump in Georgia for a conspiracy to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
“This Nathan Wade, Fani Willis’ alleged boyfriend who had these meetings with the White House, including a meeting with the White House counsel before the indictment of President Trump,” Davis opined. “There is clear, obvious coordination between the Biden White House and these prosecutors, these three different prosecutors, on these four different indictments against President Trump.”
“And I would say to Judiciary Committee [Chair] Jim Jordan, it’s time to have hearings immediately,” he insisted.
“Like immediately, like this afternoon,” Bannon agreed.
Moments later, Bannon celebrated the lawsuit against Willis.
“Make the hunters become the hunted,” he remarked. “That’s what you’re seeing in Fani Willis right now. Fani Willis is going to end up in jail. If this thing is true, if these allegations of Mike Roman’s complaint are true, she’s going to end up in jail because these are just outrageous crimes.”
Bannon has been sentenced to four months in prison for contempt of Congress. He is currently free pending appeal.