We're not even close to climax in this sticky sitch involving the Governor on his way toward impeachment . . .

Here's the run down . . .

Show-Me Cheater TV Time

Greitens hitting the airwaves again in fight for political life

JEFFERSON CITY * Missouri's embattled governor is again taking to the airwaves to try and polish his image. With a House committee investigating his impeachment in the capital city and a court proceedings still ongoing in St. Louis Circuit Court, Gov.

Sen. Claire McCaskill Makes Sketchy Connection To Her Opponent

New Democratic TV ad uses Eric Greitens scandal to target Josh Hawley

Democrats are targeting Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley with a nearly $1 million ad buy tying him to scandal-plagued Gov. Eric Greitens. The spot from Senate Majority PAC, a super PAC aligned with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is running statewide in Missouri, with a heavy rotation in the St.


Greitens pulled over for speeding last week

WARREN COUNTY, Mo. - Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was pulled over last week for speeding while running a personal errand in Warren County. According to our news partners at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the incident occurred around 11 p.m. on Friday, May 18 in Truesdale, Missouri, which is about seven miles from Greitens' vacation home in Innsbrook.

Show-Me Your End Game???

Lawyer for Greitens asked woman's lawyer: 'What does your client want out of this?'

JEFFERSON CITY * Days before Gov. Eric Greitens acknowledged he had had an extramarital affair with his hair stylist, one of his attorneys was working to keep his former lover silent, that woman said.

Shut-Shaming Against The Rules

House panel won't allow cross-examination by governor's attorneys

The Missouri House committee investigating allegations against Gov. Eric Greitens has rejected his lawyers' request that they be allowed to cross-examine the panel's witnesses. The committee's decision Tuesday was aimed at preventing what one member called a "filibuster'' by the governor's legal team in order to slow down their proceedings.


Missouri lawmakers read woman's testimony against Greitens

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Like actors rehearsing a script, Missouri lawmakers on Tuesday publicly read aloud the previously secret criminal case transcripts of a woman who accused Gov. Eric Greitens of sexual misconduct and asserted that his attorney suggested she should deny it.

Woman Scorned By Everybody

Woman Who Accused Missouri Governor of Blackmail Says She Feels 'Used'

The woman who alleged the Missouri Governor blackmailed her after their affair says she feels "used" by investigators.

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  1. She certainly was, it’s her fault for being in this position but she doesn’t deserve what the lowlife scum dummocrats are doing to her. No wonder she cheated on her husband, he’s the lowest of the low for selling her out. Political and personal gain at all cost. Democrats are the worst

  2. Try a little tenderness5/22/18, 8:18 PM

    Does this mean that the Guv is a mediocre lover? He seems like he would be enthusiastic. Spitting water in her mouth without even asking is kind of sleazy. Didn't know that my Governor got down like that.

  3. All this because two honey married adults could not keep
    their paints on.


  4. Used and dried up hore


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