Court Finds No Evidence Of Child Abuse By Eric Greitens

( Sheena Greitens, the ex-wife of MAGA candidate Eric Greitens, allegedly committed felony perjury after a court found no evidence of abuse that she had accused her former husband of, according to The Gateway Pundit.

Sheena swore under oath in a 2020 affidavit that no material was left out their divorce of parenting plan, including abuse claims. But in 2022, when Eric Greitens was running for Missouri’s open US Senate seat that was vacated by “RINO” Roy Blunt, Sheena came forward with new allegations that her ex-husband had physically abused her and her children.

As the outlet reports, there are initial problems with the story. Firstly, Karl Rove, a fierce anti-Trumper admitted to speaking with Sheena before she filed the new affidavit accusing Eric of abuse. Secondly, medical and dental records show that an injury sustained by her child was the result of “roughhousing” with his brother, a claim that she repeated in email correspondences.

A Missouri judge ruled on Greitens case and decided that the evidence shows that there was no abuse of the children by their father, adding that the evidence shows that such a claim was a lie.

This was corroborated by the Guardian ad litem, a representative for the children, who said that the only harm that came to the children was from public accusations and public ads suggesting that their father was abusive.

Ads have been constantly run by establishment RINOS against Greitens totaling around $12 million. The ads have been shown in homes across the state alledging that Greitens children were abused by their father.

The smears have reportedly ruined his chances of running for the U.S. Senate. He was exonerated in court after the claims were determined to be untrue.

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner was charged $750 for lying in court and engaged in 62 acts of misconduct and 79 false representations in her prosecution of Eric Greitens, according to the outlet. But she was ultimately allowed to keep her license to practice law.