Montana SupCo scandal grabs nationwide attention


The scandal involving the Montana Supreme Court is now attracting national attention. This, while a new website called “Clean Up the Court” is launched to highlight recently unearthed documents and emails that the court attempted to remove.

Read firsthand how members of the judiciary have falsely attempted to influence the legislative process, coordinate questionable activities with lawyers and lobbyists, ridicule the legislature, engage in unethical behavior and unprofessional and do everything for the taxpayer.

This is the intro of the Clean Up the Court website. As you may remember, just over a week ago, we were the first to share several documents discovered thanks to our sources in the Montana Legislature.

The story is now garnering national attention. Fox News’ Kelly Laco fhe published a report on Friday evening. Here is an exerpt:

When a member of the judiciary rules on legislation that may be referred to the court in the future, it can raise serious concerns about judicial irregularity due to the possibility of a prior judgment of a case. .

“This is a truly exceptional occasion where the judges have, on a large scale, clearly taken a position on a bill which, unsurprisingly, is now law and which, unsurprisingly, is now presented to them for challenge,” he told Fox News Judicial Crisis Network President Carrie Severino.

Click here to view our full report from last week.

The tweet from former Senate Majority Leader Jeff Essmann (R-Billings) still applies. Where are all the so-called freedom of information watchdogs? He tweeted that more than a week ago:

While waiting to hear the moans and nicks from the defenders of Open Records and our #MTpress poobahs.

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