So whatever happened to that Governor, you know, that one? It’s like one of those click bait questions you see at the bottom of an online news story.
Illinois has a rich tradition of their governors winding up making license plates due to corruption. Four of the last seven in fact. 4 of Illinois’ last 7 governors went to prison
But it’s not Illinois I’m thinking of right now. It’s Missouri. Greitens, yeah, that’s the name Eric Greitens. He was accused of felony invasion of privacy, it was all over the news, non-stop. It wasn’t the first time a conservative figure had been accused of such. Herman Cain, Bill O’Reilly, Judge Roy Moore, Judge Brett Kavanaugh come to mind, and the media covered it non-stop. Although Kavanaugh is different. In the first cases those men either dropped out of the political race they were in, and O’Reilly left his TV show. They tried it with Sean Hannity and he said “bring it”. They did, and he informed them he would fight it and sue, they decided to leave him alone and dropped it. In Judge Kavanaugh’s case, he rode it out, as has President Trump. Governor Greitens did not. While he was prosecuted with tax payer dollars, he had to pay for his own defense. But in all those cases, when the men stepped aside the story just went away. In Kavanaugh’s case it was also different in that while it was on-going some of accusers began to be exposed as lying.
I think this is when I began to get really testy about knee jerk reactions. When the Greitens case was flooding the #MSM #FakeNews airways there were already people saying “Wait a minute, something is off here”. Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, whom I mightily admire did a couple of columns during the situation.
That is a fascinating column! It was followed by
And she should. But wait, there’s more.
Wait! What! The Demoncrat prosecutor/political hack Kim Gardner lied about evidence, hid evidence, hired a retired FIB guy who also lied about evidence. I know, it’s like that movie “Groundhog Day” isn’t it?
Soros, one of the largest liberal benefactors in history, donated $630,000 that year to a political action committee called Safety and Justice Committee. That super PAC in turn donated more than $204,000 as an in-kind donation to Gardner’s election. Soros’ support accounted for about two-thirds of her total campaign donations of nearly $300,000, according to a post-election filing with the Missouri Ethics Commission. Gardner’s platform of criminal justice reform to help minorities proved a nice fit for Team Soros.
Color me shocked.
“It was a crime that was committed against me, but most importantly a crime against the people of Missouri. This was their votes that they worked to overturn,” Greitens said during a wide-ranging interview on the Just the News podcast John Solomon Reports. “
I know! Progressives perverting the legal system to get rid of an elected official they didn’t want elected. It’s just so eerily familiar, somethings ringing in the back of my mind. If only I could remember or put my finger on it. /Sarcasm
You can hear a very interesting interview between Greitens and Seb Gorka
So in addition to Governor Greitens “pissing people off” per Seb, why would Demoncrats and Soros want to get Governor Greitens out of office? I mean, yeah, he was fulfilling campaign promises and nobody really expects politicians to do that these days, but what else could have been in the chute? Translations: Coming down the pike, In the wind, In the offing, Waiting to happen?
Missouri governor says state will accept refugees This would be the replacement Governor, the one that took over after the Soros funded Gardner pushed Greitens out.
Missouri Gov. Michael Parson (R) said Monday that the state will accept refugees after President Trump signed an executive order allowing governors to opt out of doing so, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
What? Missouri didn’t have a high enough crime rate? Needed more people for the taxpayers to support? Of course they may assimilate and become useful citizens, but I somehow think that Missourians might not be all that thrilled. Though Parsons isn’t the only one.
A tip of my Stetson to my buddy Larry that tipped me off on that bit.
But even if Missouri doesn’t suffer the increased crime rates, and more people on the dole there are other considerations.
Missouri, like I’m sure other states already seems to have a voter fraud problem. Why does Parsons want to add to it?
Who is elected absolutely has the ability to change the character of a state. For example look how settling around 100,000 Somalis in Minnesota “enriched” their culture and affected their state.
The state that gave us the anti-Semitic, terrorist supporting, Bernie Sanders loving Ilhan Omar. Is she still married to her brother?
But Minnesota is not the only state that has been affected by an influx of “outsiders”. Look at Virginia. It used to be a nice state, lots of nice horses, lots of nice places to ride. Oh, I’m sure it had other good qualities as well. For example it used to be sane. As in respecting the rights of individuals as recognized (not granted) by the Constitution and the Bill Of Rights. Rights that are granted by G-d, not government. But all that has changed. There has been an influx of progressives, and they’ve changed who gets elected and who gets elected is who writes and votes on laws. For the last few months we’ve been watching gun owners in Virginia wage a desperate battle to hang onto their Second Amendment rights.
But it will not end with Virginia. Virginia is not the only state under attack, it is part of a bigger plan. And like the Wuhan Corona virus, it can be there for awhile before the state even realizes it’s been infected. There is a book on the plan to turn Red States into Purple States. Blueprint
“The Colorado turnaround in 2008 was nothing short of phenomenal: a once rock-solid Republican state went Democratic in a big way. And members of both parties are still scratching their heads over what happened. Adam Schrager and Rob Witwer have dug into the question for their book ‘The Blueprint: How the Democrats Won Colorado and Why Republicans Everywhere Should Care.’ –Political Bookworm Blog by Steven Levingston
Missouri does have a piece of legislation pending that may help them, although it wouldn’t prevent a Virginia style takeover. It is an excellent bill called “Second Amendment Preservation Act (SAPA)”.
If you have friends in Missouri, and I do, you may want to pass this along to them. There is a reference page from a group called Missouri First Second Amendment Preservation Act (SAPA)
And they have a video explaining how it works
Last I heard is the Bill is doing great in the house with 86 co-sponsors, but in the Senate a Senator named Doug Libla who is Chair of the Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety Committee is holding it up. Seems he insists it be watered down. Now one would think this Sen. Libla would be a Demoncrat, but he’s not. He’s supposed to be a Republican. I guess he’s one of those “Trans-Republicans” like Mittens Romney.
So I suppose, inquiring minds wonder, how many reasons were there that the Soros funded prosecutor went after Governor Greitens, and why exactly did they want him removed? Ultimately will it end up changes the character of the state? For the sake of Missourians, I hope their Second Amendment Preservation Act is signed into law soon.
So whatever happened to? According to the video, he’s headed back to court. Sic ‘em Governor Greitens.