Former Employee of Fani Willis Reveals Her Extreme DEI Training

( – Fani Willis is facing additional scrutiny after slides from a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) training were published by Breitbart News. Employees at the Fulton County District Attorney’s office were required to give a rating of skin colors, choosing if they appeared to be black or white. The quiz also asked workers to choose, based solely on the color of the skin depicted, whether the person was good or bad. One source told the outlet that employees who refused to take the quiz were terminated. Willis was the driver of the training, with one source reporting that she “injected racism from the second she got hired.”

The training was through a Harvard University website. One part of the training criticized America for its founding, alleging that “the sins of white men and the slaughter of native Americans” made it possible. One source said that a former Obama administration official spoke live to the trainees for around eight hours. Willis purported the training as a way to bring diversity to the office, but the sources said that it was all about race. One portion of the training prohibited trainees from proceeding until they matched a white person with a box labeled “bad.”

The training also included a video that suggested a way to determine how racist judges were, according to their skin color and gender. The video claimed that a black male would be the best option for a person to appear before in court. However, if it was a Republican black judge, they allegedly put black people behind bars for longer than white people. The video told trainees that the fairest judges were black females, but that the odds of appearing before a judge of that race and gender were very slim.

This revelation is just one of the many issues that have come out of Willis’s office since she was outed for her affair with colleague Nathan Wade, who she assigned to be the lead prosecutor in the case against former President Trump and his co-defendants.

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