According to a top confidante of GOP mega-donors has come forward anonymously and accused Karl Rove of knowing about Sheena Greitens’ accusations against her former husband before the paperwork was filed. Sheena claims she told no one but her lawyer about the accusations. But, curiously, she signed a custody agreement just after the divorce, and her accusations were never mentioned.
The former Mrs. Greitens claimed that her husband was physically abusive to her and the children. She has since dropped the action. There are several interesting twists concerning this case. Sheena’s sister works for a strong ally of Mitch McConnell, who opposes Eric Greitens’ Senate campaign because he has publically stated that he would not support McConnell for majority leader. Sheena’s sister actually works as a consultant for three groups run by Mitch’s ally.
Karl Rove, an establishment RINO denies knowing anything about the lawsuit prior to it becoming public. He supports McConnell and is no fan of President Trump. Without McConnell in the leadership role, there would be much less resistance for the Trump agenda. Rove was the architect of George W Bush’s two terms as president. The Bush family hates Trump for trouncing Jeb Bush in 2016 in the Republican primaries. Allegedly, Rove told the GOP confidante two weeks before the suit was filed that something was about to drop.
Statement on my affidavit to the Boone County court: pic.twitter.com/hguCjGNZL8
— Sheena Chestnut Greitens (@SheenaGreitens) March 22, 2022
The timing of this filing is also significant in that it comes just as previous allegations against Greitens began to completely crumble. The former FBI agent, William Tisaby, who a George Soros-funded local prosecutor hired to investigate then-Gov. Greitens just this week cut a plea deal after facing seven felony counts including fabricating evidence and perjury. The actual prosecutor, Kim Gardner, faces an ethics complaint of her own and could possibly lose her law license or be disbarred at an upcoming April hearing for her alleged misconduct in the case. That comes after an ethics commission in Missouri cleared Greitens himself of wrongdoing previously, leading the front-running U.S. Senate candidate to claim he has “total exoneration” on the now discredited previous charges. So that all begs the question of why new allegations would surface now, who might be connected to or trying to politically benefit from them, and who may be using them to their advantage in the contentious primary that could set the tone for the future of the Republican Party nationally.
Eric Greitens responded to what has been going down:
“They are completely false allegations. And let’s point out that what a coincidence that on the very week, the very week when William Tisaby pleads guilty, on the very week when we are going to be fully exonerated and everyone is going to see this entire criminal conspiracy that Soros funded come crashing down, on that very week they release another series of terrible, false allegations. It isn’t just me saying that they’re false. Anyone with any common sense knows that they’re false. I’ll tell you what we know now, here’s what we know now. Last week, while I was on spring break with my boys for eight days, and we’re having a great time—we’re hiking and biking and climbing and playing—while that was happening, that document was being produced, notarized, and distributed to the press in Washington, DC. We also now know, a story should come out in the next 24 to 48 hours, showing exactly who the political operatives were who were working on that story and exactly who the political operatives were who it was handed to.”
I don’t claim to know who is telling the truth, but I do have to wonder about one thing. If Sheena Greitens truly believed that Eric was a danger to herself and her children, why did she allow Eric to take them away on vacation for over a week? That makes no sense to me.