Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Court Rules Eric Greitens Not Abusive after Left’s Multi-Million Dollar Smear Campaign

This isn't the first time that the media and leftists have worked to derail Greitens' reputation...

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) Weeks after Missouri’s primary elections, Boone County Circuit Judge Leslie Schneider ruled that former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was not abusive towards his now ex-wife or their two children, reported Just the News.

Sheena Greitens filed an affidavit in March against her ex-husband, alleging claims of domestic abuse. Pro-MAGA Eric Greitens was leading in the polls for the state’s senate nomination after recovering from an extramarital affair that ended his tenure as governor.

Despite a lack of evidence, media outlets and leftist organizations expended significant resources to derail his comeback in the primaries, which were held on August 2.

But it wasn’t just the Left who went on the offense. RINO Republicans and organizations, including Karl Rove and Show Me Values PAC, spent millions to dissuade voters from nominating Greitens. He ultimately finished in third place.

Schneider also ruled that the custody battle for their children should be moved to Texas to protect the privacy of the children.

“The proclivity to share privileged or private communications on social media, and in interviews with the press, presents a possible future risk of harm to the children which may impact their best interests,” Schneider ruled. “However, no Court, whether in Missouri or Texas, can insulate the children from every parenting decision.”

This isn’t the first time that the media and leftists have worked to derail Greitens’ reputation. In 2018, a woman accused him of having an affair, taking explicit photos, and then using them to blackmail her.

While Greitens admitted to the affair, he denied the other allegations. Still, it was enough to bring an abrupt end to his career as governor.

It was also enough for Soros-funded St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner to file charges against him. When she and her private investigator, former FBI agent William Don Tisaby, couldn’t find sufficient evidence, they decided to fabricate it.

Tisaby later admitted to fabricating evidence. Gardner is currently on trial for her involvement.

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