A simple question for loyal TKC readers as MSM attempts to dictate opinion.
The political reality . . .
Eric Greitens hurts Republicans far more than the Democratic Party.
What might be a more important question to consider . . .
ARE MISSOURI GOP CONTENDERS SO WEAK THAT THEY CAN'T BEAT SOME DUDE THE WHOLE NATION REGARDS AS A CREEPER?!?!
Here's a quick perspective . . .
"Republican leaders have opposed Greitens’ Senate candidacy for months because they see him as potentially vulnerable in a general election. This naturally leads to questions about whether they’re calling for his withdrawal now because of the latest allegations or because they wanted him to quit anyway."
Full disclosure . . .
If you can't tell already, TKC tends to want voters to have the final say even if campaign season gamesmanship is part of the process.
Moreover . . . If the GOP is serious about wanting Greitens out, they can always bar him from party affiliation and force him to run as an Independent.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .
In Missouri's U.S. Senate race, Eric Greitens was already the most controversial candidate, but things took a more serious turn this week when the former Republican governor faced new allegations from one of his ex-wives. Sheena Greitens claimed in court documents that Eric Greitens physically abused her and their children.
Private investigator William Tisaby was indicted in 2019 on six counts of perjury and one count of evidence tampering. ST. LOUIS - Jury selection begins Thursday in St. Louis in the perjury and evidence tampering trial of the man whose investigation played a key role in former Missouri Gov.
There's a bit of a "who saw that coming?" feel to the latest big developments in the Missouri Senate race. The answer is simple: Anyone who's been paying attention. To recap: Former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, who left his post in 2018 amid accusations of sexual misconduct and campaign finance violations, is the leading Republican candidate in that party's primary to succeed retiring Senator Roy Blunt.
Developing . . .