This complaint against Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen (R-MT) is a JOKE. It's also a reminder of what a clown show the liberal Montana Supreme Court has become. The people of Montana will rally around AG Knudsen even further. And the freezer morgue media couldn't even report some of the basic facts?

That was my reaction to this phony complaint that the Lee Newspapers ran with on Tuesday with this headline: Special counsel files professional misconduct complaint against Montana Attorney General

Conveniently left out of this report by the liberal Lee Newspapers in Montana is the fact that the lawyer who brought this complaint is a Missoula trial lawyer who frequently donates to candidates backed by Democrats, as Eric Sell noted via X. (Sell is an attorney who worked for former Attorney General Tim Fox by the way)

The liberal Lee Newspapers report also refused to publish a full response from Attorney General Austin Knudsen's spokeswoman Emilee Cantrell. Here it is in full so you can read it for yourself:

The Attorney General looks forward to filing his response with the commission. The allegations are meritless and stem from a legitimate dispute between two branches of government. No one should be persecuted for holding a different opinion than those in power. 

This is nothing more than a political stunt. The hand-picked 'investigator' is a long-time Democrat activist and donor. It's curious timing that this is released after more than two years--but right before a Democrat is set to announce he will run for attorney general.

The AG's office also noted that, according to CERS, the "investigator" has been a Democrat donor for more than 20 years who has given over $7,525 to Democrat and liberal judicial candidates.






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