MO GOP Attorney General Accuses GOP Governor Greitens of Election Violations
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced on Tuesday his office found criminal wrongdoing by Republican Governor Eric Greitens and will pass the information along to the corrupt St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office.
Missouri A.G. Josh Hawley announced that his office has uncovered potential criminal wrongdoing by Gov. Eric Greitens.
Hawley’s office found evidence that Greitens allegedly obtained and transmitted his charity’s donor list for political fundraising. https://t.co/VQ1Iy2GAeV
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) April 17, 2018
Hawley will likely be the GOP candidate to take on unpopular Senator Claire McCaskill in Missouri in November.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney was already investigating Greitens for an affair he had before running for office.
The corrupt Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner withheld information in the ongoing case and is accused of ethical violations.
Gardner is a far left activist who was supported by George Soros in her local race.
FOX2 Now reported:
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley says his office has evidence of criminal wrongdoing by Governor Eric Greitens regarding his involvement with the charity The Mission Continues.
The attorney general’s office had been investigating possible violations of the state’s consumer protection and charitable registration and reporting laws.
“In the course of this investigation, we have uncovered evidence of wrongdoing that goes beyond Missouri’s charity laws,” Hawley said. “To be specific, within the past several days, we have obtained evidence of potential criminal violations…these potentially criminal acts were committed by Governor Eric Greitens.”
Hawley said it appears Greitens used the donor list from The Mission Continues to solicit for campaign donations in his gubernatorial run — a felony. The attorney general said the state’s laws on impeachment mean the governor could be removed from office if he’s found to have participated in criminal acts.
At this point it will be very difficult for the Republican governor to recover and may be asked to leave office.