Barbra Streisand, a prominent figure in Hollywood, recently took to the internet to defend Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Streisand argued that Willis was being unfairly targeted by conservatives, who she claimed were orchestrating a plot to tarnish Willis’s public image by focusing on her private life.

In her statement, Streisand emphasized that Willis’s only “crime” was having a private relationship with Nathan Wade, a subordinate prosecutor involved in the investigation of Trump and 18 others charged with racketeering related to Georgia’s 2020 election results.

Expressing her disbelief, Streisand criticized Republicans for their stance on Willis, questioning why it was deemed unacceptable for a woman to have a private life alongside her professional responsibilities when men do so without facing similar scrutiny.

Furthermore, Streisand accused Trump and his allies of using Willis’s private life as a distraction from the real issues at hand.

She pointed out that Willis’s relationship with a prosecutor had no bearing on the facts of the case, which revolved around Trump’s alleged attempts to pressure the Secretary of State to manipulate election results and present false electors to Congress.

Streisand’s defense of Willis shed light on the challenges faced by women in positions of power and the double standards they often encounter in their personal and professional lives.

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