Someone asked me who put this ‘hit’ on Gov Greitens? I’m thinking who put this ‘hit’ on Kim Gardner?<br><br>”Rep. Diane Franklin, R-Camdenton, who represents portions of Fort Leonard Wood and the Lake of the Ozarks area, said the people she’s talked to in her district think Greitens is doing a good job as governor.<br><br>“I guess there’s maybe a rural and city divide on a lot of issues, and this is one of them,” she said. “The folks that I represent – as I’m out and about in the rural area – that’s how they feel about it.”<br><br>House Speaker Todd Richardson, R-Poplar Bluff, Senate President Pro-tem Ron Richard, R-Joplin, and several other Republican leaders have called on Greitens to resign. But Franklin is taking a wait-and-see approach and said she hasn’t seen any clear-cut evidence that Greitens has done anything wrong.”<br><br>Given everything that’s been exposed and all the cases Kim Gardner could have brought or other actions she could have taken, why Greitens? Especially after losing the Stockley case. <br><br>Lawmakers are already moonwalking.

Someone asked me who put this 'hit' on Gov Greitens? I'm thinking who put this 'hit' on Kim Gardner?

"Rep. Diane Franklin, R-Camdenton, who represents portions of Fort Leonard Wood and the Lake of the Ozarks area, said the people she’s talked to in her district think Greitens is doing a good job as governor.

“I guess there’s maybe a rural and city divide on a lot of issues, and this is one of them,” she said. “The folks that I represent – as I’m out and about in the rural area – that’s how they feel about it.”

House Speaker Todd Richardson, R-Poplar Bluff, Senate President Pro-tem Ron Richard, R-Joplin, and several other Republican leaders have called on Greitens to resign. But Franklin is taking a wait-and-see approach and said she hasn’t seen any clear-cut evidence that Greitens has done anything wrong."

Given everything that's been exposed and all the cases Kim Gardner could have brought or other actions she could have taken, why Greitens? Especially after losing the Stockley case.

Lawmakers are already moonwalking.

Some Missouri lawmakers not calling on Greitens to resign, despite growing legal troubles

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is still getting some legislative support, despite being charged on Friday with illegally obtaining a list of donors from a
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