Colorado Newsline reports:
Jenna Ellis, the Colorado attorney who was former President Donald Trump’s senior legal advisor as he tried to overturn his 2020 election loss, has been censured by a Colorado judge for misconduct.
The public censure order was signed Wednesday by Presiding Disciplinary Judge Bryon M. Large, who oversees lawyer discipline cases in Colorado. As part of an agreement in the case, Ellis admits that multiple statements she made in late 2020 about the presidential election being stolen were “misrepresentations.”
Ellis also agreed that she, “through her conduct, undermined the American public’s confidence in the presidential election, violating her duty of candor to the public.”
Read the full article. Ellis has a long history of viciously anti-LGBTQ comments and recently appeared here when she declared that the victims of a mass shooting at a Colorado gay bar are now in hell because they didn’t repent to Jesus before being murdered.
Jenna Ellis reached an agreement with a CO judge for a public censure. Ellis has agreed that at least 10 statements she made challenging the 2020 election were misrepresentations made with a “reckless state of mind” because of a “selfish motive.”https://t.co/6V659yrSF4
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