Eric Greitens' Divorce Conspiracy Debunked As Mediation Begins

A cowtown truism . . . 

Dudes enduring divorces say the dumbest things. 

Every dude who has ever been divorced complains that "the system" is rigged against him and their wives may or may not be the antichrist. 

It's almost an American male right of passage to reject the Constitution, the American flag and possibly the Creator after getting fleeced in divorce court. 

Real talk . . . So much divorce court talk scared this lowly blogger out of ever tying the knot . . . Even if the pendulum is starting to swing and now women are complaining about the demands of lazy dudes seeking alimony . . . See, there's a sliver lining after all!!!

Meanwhile, we think it's important to highlight this passage from an ugly public divorce if only because there's a political connection that, reportedly, didn't hold up . . .

"Eric Greitens, who is in the midst of a bid to replace U.S. Senator Roy Blunt, accused Sheena Greitens of conspiracy, alleging she worked with former presidential adviser Karl Rove; Mitch McConnell; Catherine Linkul, Sheena Greitens' sister; and Austin Chambers, Eric Greitens' 2016 campaign manager in crafting the filing.

"Associate Circuit Judge Leslie Schneider only allowed Eric Greitens access to Sheena Greitens' phone records, which showed Sheena Greitens "didn’t talk to Karl Rove, Mitch McConnell 'or any person working for these men' in the weeks before" the accusations were filed . . ."

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U.S. Senate candidate Eric Greitens agrees to mediation after receiving Sheena Greitens' phone records

Sheena and Eric Greitens are entering mediation in their child custody case. This follows a March filing by Sheena Greitens which included explosive accusations of domestic and child abuse, according to reporting by Missouri Independent. Eric Greitens on at least eight previous occasions had not agreed to mediation requests from Sheena Greitens.