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Kass: Fani Willis, Mr. Humper and the Garden of their Earthly Delights

Kass once again in the zone! Love this guy.


BTW: That ridiculous $335 million verdict in NY and this crap all strengthen the Trump brand.


Fani Willis, Mr. Humper and the Garden of their Earthly Delights

By John Kass

February 21, 2024


He likes wine. She likes Gray Goose.


They both liked romantic get-away vacations to exotic locations, romance in Napa, Aruba, the Bahamas and Belize. Just think of the lovebirds on the sunny beaches of Belize and all those other places. But that’s not the best part.


The best part is that it was paid for by the taxpayers of Georgia. And supported by Democratic plans to ruin former President Donald Trump, take all his money as if this were a banana republic.


Oh they don’t agree, and if you dare mention it they’ll play the race card. But I think that’s just what happened.


She lied to the court. Her Mr. Humper lied to the court, at least those reasonable Americans who aren’t stupid chumbolones think so. Ultimately, they were found out. And that’s when the shrieking about race kicked in, and screaming the race card is the refuge of the scoundrel. Or, in this case, it’s the first refuge of Democrat hacks who’ve been caught with their pants down.


Their credibility has been ruined and so too was the credibility of their political revenge case against former President Trump. They are revealed as fools.


But those were some beautiful, romantic times in the California hills, Aruba, and so on. These were just part of their Garden of Earthly Delights for Atlanta District Attorney Fani Willis and her “Mr. Humper.”


And now she’s a strong black woman being attacked by racists? Isn’t that always what happens?


Against the advice of her attorneys (where have you heard that before?) Willis insisted on testifying. It was all out there on national television as the Georgia court system was dragged through the gutter smelling of too much perfume. And that pink suit that looked as if she put it on backwards? Come on now Fani.


Even the left-wing spin machine MSNBC called her performance a disaster.


“Don’t let the legalese fool you. This is epic,” said federal attorney Caroline Poisi on MSNBC after the Willis testimony. “This is monumental. If things are going in the direction we think, Fani Willis lied to the court. It’s game over for her. She will be disqualified, if they had a relationship prior to [the Trump case]. It’s a huge deal. I can’t overstate it.”


“The issue is that her credibility is shot,” Polisi said. “If she lied to the court, she submitted something to the court that she knew was false and inaccurate, what else was she lying about? It’s a horrible, horrible look for her. I think the case is dead in the water.”


And those wonderful, luxurious trips to exotic locales, ala “Love Boat” or some other cheap reality TV show?


He paid with a credit card, and she paid him $653,000 to prosecute Trump and satisfy some Democrat partisan blood-lust.


I’ll say that again. That $653,000 was paid in taxpayer funds. Oh, but according to her story, she didn’t take free vacations paid for by the taxpayers. She paid her way in cash.

Untraceable cash.


She always had plenty of cash on hand. According to her left-wing defenders, this is apparently a “black” thing.


Silly me, I thought it was also a Greek, Italian Jewish, Polish and Bohemian thing, to name just a few. If I’m leaving anyone out, please whine and complain.


While I’m being honest, I should mention that “Mr. Humper” is not his real name.

His real name is Nathan J. Wade. He’s an undistinguished lawyer But “Mr. Humper” is what he did.


My brother-in-law Ed came up with the idea because I was complaining that if I called him her “paramour,” I’d sound like some gossipy TV talking head.


“If you call him Mr. Humper everyone will get it,” said Ed. “There won’t be any ambiguity.”

Ambiguity is dangerous. Describing behavior is simple and direct. Unlike others, I don’t like describing people using immutable characteristics like race as if the world were a DEI exercise and Claudine Gay were the Supreme Being. Thank God, she’s not.


Hence, Mr. Humper. Because he wasn’t born to it. He worked for it.


The problem is that Fani Willis insisted that Mr. Humper be given the title of special prosecutor of Donald Trump even though Mr. Humper had never tried a felony criminal case. You’d think that experience–and familiarity with the criminal courts and rules of procedure–would be important.


But she thought he was qualified anyway.


And don’t start poking around as to when they started and stopped their liaison dangereuse, because she might get angry and play the race card from the witness stand and mention private matters much to difficult to mention.


Example, on the witness stand she was asked:

‘Did you have contact with Mr. Wade in 2020?’

‘I’m not going to emasculate a black man,’ she snapped.


What the?


Who said anything about emasculating anyone? That’s creepy. Like Joe Biden using his political clout to sniff the necks of startled young women he’s never met.


This is all quite confusing since she, Fani, vowed in 2020 that she would not have sex with an employee. That would be wrong and immoral, she said. Then Mr. Humper came into the picture.


Now she’s saying Mr. Humper is not an “employee,” per se.


But Georgia taxpayers paid him more than 600 thousand dollars. Oh dear.


“You’ve been intrusive into people’s personal lives,” Willis said from the witness stand, looking a bit rumpled in pink. “You’re confused. You think I’m on trial. These people are on trial for trying to steal an election in 2020. I’m not on trial, no matter how hard you try to put me on trial. I object to you getting any personal records of mine.”


And we take umbrage at your remarks Miz Willis!


Asked about the source of the money, Willis replied that it was the result of the “work, sweat and tears of me.” That’s a perfect title for a book of poetry. Or a moutza.

She said she keeps cash on hand because of advice from her father to have at least six months’ worth at a time.


“I always have cash at the house,” she said.

Had anyone paid her bills?


“A man is not a plan, a man is a companion,” Willis testified. “I don’t need anyone to foot my bills. The only man who has ever footed my bills completely is my daddy.”

Oh Daddy.


And again with the cash.


How many corrupt Chicago aldermen wish they used the Fani Willis defense, to take and take untraceable sums, and if they get caught, to just hire some race hustler like Al Sharpton or Rev. King O’Beers to scream about systemic racism.


I paid in cash said Fani Willis.


You don’t need some man to foot your bills. And you don’t need your daddy.

You’ve got the taxpayers of Georgia for that.

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