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

Barbra Streisand recently stirred controversy with her online defense of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. Streisand claimed that conservatives are targeting Willis to tarnish her public image by scrutinizing her personal life.

Writing on X, Streisand argued that Willis is being unfairly criticized for having a private relationship with Nathan Wade, a subordinate prosecutor she hired for the investigation into Trump and 18 co-defendants charged with racketeering related to Georgia’s 2020 election results.

“How silly that the Republicans want to have Fani Willis fired. For what? Thinking a woman can’t have a private life as well as a professional one? Men do it all the time! How ridiculous is this?” Streisand posted on Monday.

She further criticized Trump and his allies, stating, “Trump and his allies are attacking Fani Willis, the DA prosecuting him for attempting to overthrow the will of the voters in Georgia. She has a private relationship with one of the prosecutors. This has nothing to do with the facts of the case and Trump’s brazen attempt to pressure the Secretary of State to ‘find’ more votes for him and to put false electors in front of Congress. It is just another diversion by Trump.”