Opinion| Ahle| Soros-linked, St. Louis Circuit Attorney, Kim Gardner who may as well be the best friend of the domestic terrorists who riot in St Louis, seems to have broke the law by taking trips paid for by Soros supported groups without reporting them.
If you take a sponsored trip you must report where you went and who paid for it. Gardner failed to do that, according to reports.
News 4 in St Louis is reporting that Kim Gardner has taken many lavish trips paid for by groups associated with George Soros.
Sources have told News 4 that Gardner takes very frequent trips paid for in full or in part by Fair and Just Prosecution, a Soros affiliated group. This would be permissible as I understand it, however Ms. Gardner did so without reporting them, which is required.
Kim has been seen posing for pictures in Portugal, listening to conversations in New Haven, Connecticut, smiling with other prosecutors in Houston and linking arms in Selma, Alabama.
These are trips she took in 2018 and 2019 but did not report on her travel forms.
Gardner has dropped all charges against the city’s rioters but is prosecuting the McCloskeys who, in my opinion, have committed no crimes.
I’m not an attorney, but I tend to believe that the action the McCloskey’s took is protected not only falls under self-defense but is also protected by the Missouri castle Doctrine which gives people the right to defend their lives, their property and their homes.
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Gardner also allegedly framed former governor of Missouri, Eric Greitens.