CAUGHT RED-HANDED: Fulton County Fani Willis's Deputy DA Received $131,000 From Former Biden Aide -
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CAUGHT RED-HANDED: Fulton County Fani Willis’s Deputy DA Received $131,000 From Former Biden Aide

According to records from the Federal Election Commission, Jeff DiSantis, a Democratic operative, and Fulton County Deputy District Attorney received a sum of $131,335 through four separate payments. These payments were made in exchange for consulting services provided to Representative Gabriel Amo (D-RI), a former Biden White House aide known for collaborating with local elected officials.

The money flow is significant because sources with direct knowledge of Fulton County’s office revealed DiSantis is a Biden plant inside a Fulton County office to target former President Donald Trump.

DiSantis’ payments were previously unreported.

DiSantis was working at the county DA’s office while operating a consulting firm named “20/20 Insights, LLC.” Sources revealed deputy district attorneys would likely have to sign an oath that prohibits them from working outside their county employment agreement. DiSantis’s oath, if he signed one, remains undisclosed.

It’s also noteworthy that DiSantis entered into a contract with Amo, who previously held a position within the Biden administration as the deputy director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. Before his congressional bid in 2023, Amo served as the principal liaison to mayors and local elected officials, as stated in his White House biography. Additionally, Amo played key roles in President Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign and his transition team.

“That is the connection to the White House,” according to one source. “DiSantis did this. He’s the one. He is the one pulling all the strings. He was the one that walled her [Willis] off. He was in every important meeting. He is the brainchild behind this.”

DiSantis, a prominent and affluent Democratic operative, successfully managed Willis’ campaign in 2020, raising a total of $4 million.

“He had over $4 million in donations for running the district attorney’s race,” one source revealed about DiSantis’s fundraising. “Why would you want to take a major pay cut to get a $70,000 or $80,000 prosecutorial job?” the source asked. “I have no idea why.”

DiSantis boasts a wealth of professional experience surpassing that of the typical county employee. Prior to his current role, he served as the Executive Director of the Democratic Party of Georgia, showcasing extensive expertise in campaign finance law. Additionally, his official bio indicates that he held the position of Deputy Director of Compliance for the DNC:

Jeff has also worked for candidates in 30 states running for a variety of offices, including President of the United States, United States Senator, Governor, United States Representative, Attorney General, District Attorney, and Mayor, as well as for a national political party committee. He has served as a campaign manager, media consultant, pollster, press spokesman, research director, and policy advisor.

In 2010, DiSantis founded 20/20 Insights, LLC, where he served as the registered agent until this month. However, as of February 2, 2024, Christopher Huttman, who is DiSantis’ business partner, has assumed the role of registered agent for the company, replacing DiSantis.

The timing of the change raises questions. Just weeks before Willis was set to testify about her affair with fellow Trump prosecutor Nathan Wade, and just two days after a court filing alleging Willis’ romantic involvement with Wade, 20/20 Insights, LLC made the decision to replace DiSantis as the registered agent.

According to a source, Wade, a prosecutor on the Trump case, was responsible for selecting office employees. Multiple sources familiar with the relationship between Wade and Willis revealed that Wade played a pivotal role in deciding which employees to retain or dismiss in the DA’s office after her election triumph in November 2020.

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