Georgia DA Plays Race Card

( – She couldn’t come up with anything better – so scandalous Georgia DA Fani Willis has claimed to be victimized for being black in her first public reaction to the revelations that she hired her lover as a prosecutor with lavish pay in the 2020 election trial against Donald Trump.

According to revelations by a court motion filed by one of the 19 co-defendants in the case, Willis hired her lover, Nathan Wide, a lawyer with no relevant experience, as a prosecutor in the case and showered him with taxpayer money.

“I appointed three special counsels, as is my right to do, paid them all the same hourly rate. They only attack one,” Willis declared at Big Bethel AME Church in Atlanta Sunday.

“I hired one white woman, a good personal friend and great lawyer, a superstar, I tell you. I hired one white man, brilliant, my friend and a great lawyer. And I hired one black man, another superstar, a great friend and a great lawyer,” she alleged.

“First thing they say, ‘Oh, she’s gonna play the race card now.’ But no, God, isn’t it them that’s playing the race card when they only question one?” the Democrat DA argued, as cited by The New York Post.

“You cannot expect black women to be perfect and save the world,” she concluded.

The comments were Willis’s first time addressing the allegations publicly, but she neither confirmed nor denied the claims.

She failed to mention Wade by name once during her more than 30-minute speech, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The pair were accused by Trump co-defendant Michael Roman of having a “clandestine” and “improper” affair when appointments were made for the 2020 election interference case.

Roman, a former official on the Trump 2020 campaign, argued in a court filing last week that the integrity of the case had been compromised by their alleged affair and asked that all charges against him be dropped.

“The district attorney chose to appoint her romantic partner, who at all times relevant to this prosecution has been a married man,” the filing read.

Roman contended in the filing that Wade used some of the $654,000 in legal fees he’d earned on the case to take Willis on vacations to “Napa Valley, California, Florida, and the Caribbean.”

The co-defendant was unmoved by Willis accusations of the charges being racially charged.

“The biggest difference between [the two other special counsels] Ms. Cross, Mr. Floyd and Mr. Wade is that Ms. Willis is not in a relationship with Ms. Cross and Mr. Floyd,” he said in a statement to the Constitution-Journal Sunday.

Willis is planning to file an official response to the allegations, her spokesperson said.

Once that filing is in, Fulton Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee said he would schedule a hearing to address the matter.