Fani Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, Georgia

Georgia DA Fani Willis Subjected Staffers To Training Where Whites Were Declared “Bad”

Fani Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, Georgia
Fani Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, Georgia (File)

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has had a disastrous run lately, as her politically driven prosecution of former President Donald Trump has turned the spotlight on her.

Prompted by claims made by one of Trump’s co-defendants in the alleged racketeering case to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia, which could get her disqualified from Trump’s case, Willis’ personal life, ethics, intelligence, and legal skills have all come into question.

Now, the public can apparently add to the list that Willis, who is black, is a racist.

According to Breitbart News on Tuesday, Willis “subjected her employees to mandatory race training, forcing the entire office to rate ‘Black’ or ‘White’ skin colors as either ‘Good’ or ‘Bad.’”

Read: Trump Attorney Grills Key Witness In Georgia Over Text That Could Blow A Hole In Fani Willis’ Defense

One unnamed whistleblower asserted that Willis’ supposed training about implicit bias created a hostile work environment, partly because those who tried to opt out were threatened with being fired.

The sessions focused on information from Harvard University about “diversity, equity, and inclusion.” At one point, Willis brought in a former member of former President Barack Obama’s White House staff.

“The training suggested the United States was founded on the sins of white men and the slaughter of native Americans, one source described,” Breitbart reported. Said the source: “I thought it was so wrong.”

“Willis pulled it off as diversity [training], but it was more so an attack on the race [relations] thing,” a source told the outlet.

Read: Georgia Judge Overseeing Trump Trial Drops Decision That Could Spell Bad News For Fani Willis

According to Breitbart, participants could not successfully navigate the test unless they identified images of whites as “bad,” while those of blacks had to be designated as “good.”

“Sources described the race training as a directive straight from Willis, ‘[who] injected racism [into the office] from the second she got hired,’” Breitbart noted.

Help support the Tampa Free Press by making any small donation by clicking here.

Android Users, Click To Download The Tampa Free Press App And Never Miss A Story. Follow Us On Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for our free newsletter. 

Login To Facebook To Comment
Share This: