Eric Greitens was forced to resign after Soros-backed DA, Kim Gardner, filed false charges against him.
Gardner had charged him with taking a non-consensual nude picture of the woman with whom he was having an affair.
Greitens had denied the charges, and so did the alleged victim. The charges were dropped amid findings of prosecutorial misconduct.
Gardner refused to let St. Louis police investigate the matter, and she hired a private detective by the name of William Tisaby.
Tisaby is now facing criminal charges for perjury and evidence tampering. During the investigation, Gardner met only with Tisaby and an unnamed George Soros operative.
Greitens could have survived a trial, but he was about to be impeached by the Republican legislature, so he opted to resign instead.
He still faced ethics charges. But, their investigation is over and they have given him total exoneration.
This continues a pattern with the Democrats. Make false accusations to drive Republicans from office because, by the time the investigation is over, the Republican is already gone, just like with Tom DeLay, Ted Stevens, and Eric Greitens.
The Democrats failed miserably in their attempt to oust President Trump.
REITENS FULLY EXONERATED BY MISSOURI ETHICS COMMISSION
“NO evidence of ANY wrongdoing”
FEBRUARY 13, .2020—After a 20-month investigation the Missouri Ethics Commission (MEC) released an order fully exonerating former Governor Eric Greitens.
They found “no evidence of any wrongdoing on the part of Eric Greitens.” Charlie Spies, the leader of Dickinson Wright PLLC’s political law practice, served as Mr. Greitens’ legal counsel throughout the MEC investigation.
Further, in an unusual move, the MEC agreed not “to limit the civil or criminal remedies that may be available to Governor Greitens,” against those who made accusations. (Defending himself against the false charges cost Greitens $1.3 million dollars)
“Eric Greitens is and always has been innocent of these false accusations. Our contention from the beginning was that the accusations against Mr. Greitens were baseless,” said Catherine Hanaway, the leader of Husch Blackwell LLP’s Government Solutions practice team and a former U.S. Attorney.
The MEC order is the result of one of the most thorough and exhaustive investigations in the history of the commission.
Overall, the MEC issued 23 subpoenas, conducted 20 interviews, and reviewed roughly 8,000 documents, emails, and videos.
Over the last two years, the Greitens campaign incurred costs of over $1.3 million defending against the allegations.