Kellyanne Conway Under Yet Another Federal Investigation


Federal officials have opened an investigation into activities by senior White House counselor and nutcase liar Kellyanne Conway  following a complaint that she violated ethics laws.  The probe aims to determine if Conway broke the law when she slammed Democrat Doug Jones — who is battling Republican Roy Moore  to become Alabama’s next senator — on national TV.


Conway, whose grandfather who was investigated as a New Jersey mobster said on “Fox & Friends” last week that Jones “will be a vote against tax cuts. He is weak on crime, weak on borders. He is strong on raising your taxes. He is terrible for property owners.”


The Hatch Rule forbids federal government employees from using their positions to influence the result of an election.

Former Office of Government Ethics director Walter Shaub and the Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint after Conway’s interview, accusing her of violating the law. The complaint argues that Conway, in her official capacity, attacked Jones to convince voters to choose Moore so that Donald Trump will have a tax plan ally in the Senate.
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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