Posted BY: RM | NwoReport

In a startling revelation, a comprehensive investigation has exposed deep connections between Fani Willis and a sprawling network of election fraud and money laundering activities. These shocking findings have sent shockwaves throughout the political landscape, potentially shaking the foundation of our Constitutional Republic and the rule of law itself.

The investigation, spanning multiple states and jurisdictions, has unveiled a complex web of illicit operations aimed at undermining the integrity of our electoral process. Fani Willis was a significant beneficiary in Federal and Georgia RICO enterprises, actively orchestrating a systematic scheme to manipulate election outcomes.

As the 2022 midterm elections approached, a significant money laundering network came to light, with campaign finance contributions flowing through ActBlue. Notably, one of the primary beneficiaries of this money laundering RICO operation was Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock.

The investigation expanded into other states like Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, and Arizona, exposing a sophisticated money laundering scheme involving “Money Laundering Smurfs” and various financial crimes.

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This ongoing operation encompasses wire fraud, evasion of campaign finance limits, financial transaction structuring, tax fraud, non-profit fraud, identity theft, and elder abuse, fueling the election fraud RICO operation.

The corruption isn’t confined to federal and state levels; it also extends to local officials like Alvin Bragg, who received numerous campaign contributions from the network involved in this money laundering enterprise. This raises serious questions about the ethical conduct of these officials while benefiting from such activities.

Similar patterns emerged in other elections, such as the Wisconsin Supreme Court race of Janet Protasiewicz, where vast sums of money were funneled into campaigns through the ActBlue money laundering scheme.

The investigation also uncovered a startling pattern of out-of-state contributors to Fani Willis’s campaign, many of whom were part of the ActBlue money laundering scheme, using the stolen identities of elderly individuals. This nationwide scheme raised concerns about its impact on the electoral process and the potential compromise of judges and courts at various levels.

The report highlights connections between these criminal organizations and the law firm Perkins-Coie, known for its involvement in false claims of “Russian Collusion” in the 2016 Trump campaign. Financial institutions such as JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Amalgamated Bank were implicated in facilitating these activities.

The Federal Election Commission’s (FEC) alleged ignorance regarding these activities raises questions about its effectiveness and whether it has been infiltrated. The FEC’s handling of the data related to illicit campaign finance contributions has also come under scrutiny.

The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) may be relevant in this context, as it aims to combat organized criminal enterprises. Mail and wire fraud, both included as racketeering activities, were used in various aspects of this operation, potentially violating these statutes.

As the investigation unfolds, citizens are demanding answers and wondering if justice can prevail in the face of such allegations. Fani Willis’s once-promising career now hangs in the balance, and the world awaits the authorities’ response to this unprecedented crisis that could reshape history.