Fani Willis is already in hot water due to her improper relationship with attorney Nathan Wade, but things just went from bad to worse for Willis.

Judge Scott McAfee recently warned Willis that she could potentially be placed under a gag order—ironic to say the least.

At the center of the controversy driving the gag order is an incident WLTR covered in which Fani Willis addressed her church and played the race card.

This is just one of many legal and professional troubles currently plaguing Willis, with the possibility of her being disbarred being a potential consequence of her relationship with Wade.

Regardless, one thing is certain: the Fulton County prosecutor has done irreparable harm to her reputation and her career. Here’s more on the latest, potential development:

The Epoch Times provided this statement from Judge McAfee:

“The time may well have arrived for an order preventing the State from mentioning the case in any public forum to prevent prejudicial publicity, but that is not the motion presently before the Court.”

Atlanta Journal Constitution reporter Tamar Hallerman writes: “A gag order on the Fulton DA offers what could be an enticing option for defense attorneys seeking an edge over Fani Willis. But so far none have taken the bait.”

CBS News revealed:

In a significant move along these lines, according to a source close to her, Willis has decided to play a leading courtroom role herself in the sprawling conspiracy case against Donald Trump and 14 co-defendants.

“I think there are efforts to slow down the train, but the train is coming,” Willis said with characteristic bravado during impromptu remarks to CNN as she was leaving a Georgia Easter egg hunt on March 23.

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