Former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens is Cleared in Court of Ex-Wife’s False and Malicious Child Abuse Accusations
The old adage, often attributed to Mark Twain, is that “a lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.”
This was seen in this year’s Missouri primary election where former governor and Navy SEAL Eric Greitens was defamed mercilessly with a coordinated conspiracy to destroy his reputation and torpedo his America First campaign for U.S. Senate.
But Greitens has officially been vindicated in the court of law. A federal judge has ruled that politically-motivated accusations from his ex-wife, Sheena, that Greitens is a serial domestic abuser are abjectly false.
“The Court finds by a preponderance of the evidence that there has been no pattern of domestic violence by either Mother or Father,” Boone County Circuit Judge Leslie Schneider wrote in an Aug. 26 decision, according to original reporting from Just the News. “The children have never been at risk or vulnerable at the hands of either parent.”
Sheena Greitens made the accusations in an affidavit that was leaked to the press and presented as part of a well-funded campaign to destroy Greitens’ chances at winning the U.S. Senate. Unfortunately the forces of evil were successful, and Greitens lost to the establishment-backed RINO Eric Schmitt, who was bolstered by millions in PAC spending in the race.
Big League Politics reported on how the allegations against Eric Greitens were without merit and done as part of a vicious and nasty campaign against an outsider who refused to kiss Sen. Mitch McConnell’s ring:
“The lawyer for Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Eric Greitens is contending that his ex-wife, Sheena Greitens, lied about abuse allegations in a sworn affidavit after being coached by neoconservative Bush hack Karl Rove.
“Sheena Greitens lied in a sworn affidavit alleging abusive behavior that never happened. Her false story is contradicted by numerous photographs, videos, medical and dental records, and even Sheena’s own emails. Multiple sources have now confirmed that she did discuss these matters with Karl Rove before they were filed,” attorney Tim Parlatore wrote in a public statement.