Colorado Newsline reports:
Colorado attorney Jenna Ellis, one of the central figures in former President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the 2020 election, is the subject of a formal professional misconduct complaint that’s expected to be filed in the coming weeks. Ellis had been under scrutiny by the Colorado Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, which investigates allegations of professional misconduct against Colorado attorneys.
The States United Democracy Center, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit, asked the office to investigate Ellis for multiple alleged violations of professional rules and impose possible “substantial professional discipline.” It notes that Ellis urged lawmakers in various swing states to certify false electors for Trump, and it says she drafted dishonest memos purporting to give legal rationale for then-Vice President Mike Pence to block the congressional electoral count.
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Ellis recently appeared on JMG when she declared that the five people killed at Colorado’s Club Q are now in hell because they didn’t ask Jesus to forgive their homosexuality before they were shot to death.
BREAKING: Former Trump attorney Jenna Ellis faces imminent formal complaint in Coloradohttps://t.co/9xp0UocN3F
— Colorado Newsline (@NewslineCO) February 23, 2023