Barbra Streisand says she ‘can’t live in this country’ if this happens

A mainstay of the Hollywood glitterati, Barbra Streisand recently went too far in her online defense of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, claiming that Willis was the victim of a conservative scheme to use her private life to discredit her public one.

The singer and actress claimed in a post on X that Willis is only guilty of desiring a personal connection with Nathan Wade, the assistant attorney she employed to look into Trump and the other eighteen defendants they have accused with racketeering in connection with Georgia’s 2020 election outcomes.


“How absurd it is for the Republicans to want to fire Fani Willis. For what purpose? Believing that a woman cannot lead a private life in addition to a career? Men engage in it frequently! How absurd is this situation? said Streisand on Monday.


“Trump and his supporters are assaulting Willis, the DA, who is bringing charges against him for trying to thwart Georgia’s electorate’s decision. She is close to one of the prosecutors in private. The case’s facts and Trump’s blatant attempt to force the Secretary of State to “find” additional votes for him and present fictitious electors to Congress have nothing to do with this. It’s just another one of Trump’s distractions,” she continued.

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