It’s going to be another rough day for crooked Soros-funded St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner.
The Missouri Supreme Court ruled on Friday that far-left St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner must turn over communications with Soros operatives and Missouri political insiders related to her false case against former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens.
Former Governor Eric Greitens posted this tweet this afternoon.
BREAKING: Missouri Supreme Court orders Soros-funded prosecutor Kim Gardner to turn over communications with George Soros and Missouri political insiders related to her false case against Eric Greitenshttps://t.co/E8QXjtYR0D
— Eric Greitens (@EricGreitens) April 8, 2022
A Missouri Appeals Court upheld a previous judge’s ruling in January against Soros-funded St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner.
The court unanimously ruled Kim Gardner failed to file a timely response to reporter John Solomon from Just the News for information on her communications with political insiders and Soros operatives.
A court last year found that Kim Gardner engaged in 62 acts of misconduct and 79 false representations in her prosecution of Eric Greitens.
Kim Gardner already faces a misconduct probe for illicit conduct in her plot to take down popular Missouri Governor Eric Greitens.
UPDATE — GARDNER WALKS!
On Monday, the Missouri Office of Disciplinary Counsel ruled that Gardner will face no disciplinary action for her lawlessness that resulted in the removal of popular Missouri Governor Eric Greitens.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner has reached an agreement with the Missouri Office of Disciplinary Counsel in which she acknowledges that she made mistakes in her handling of the prosecution of former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens but won’t face severe penalties for those mistakes.
The “joint stipulation” agreement was announced Monday, just as a disciplinary hearing for Gardner was about to begin. It calls for no suspension, probation or disbarment for Gardner. The agreement would still need the approval of a three-person panel of the Disciplinary Counsel and the Missouri Supreme Court. The panel will make a recommendation within 30 days, but it’s unclear when that court might consider it.
Gardner’s attorney, Michael Downey, said in a written statement that Gardner will “continue to direct her attention to the important work she has been elected to perform as the Circuit Attorney of the City of St. Louis.”