George Soros-backed district attorney Kim Gardner was caught by the Missouri attorney general – who is attempting to remove her from office for refusing to prosecute violent criminals – taking nursing classes at a university which require may require clinical hours, according to Fox News.
“We know she’s not doing her job. Now, we have evidence that it’s not only that she’s not doing her job, she’s also doing some something else instead,” Attorney General Andrew Bailey said. “She needs to vacate the office and resign immediately… She should have done so months ago because clearly she has no interest in discharging her official obligations, and she’s interested in pursuing other careers.”
Multiple sources of evidence confirmed to the office that Gardner is enrolled in classes at Saint Louis University. The attorney general issued subpoenas to the university to determine which classes she is taking and the hours she is putting into her clinicals as her office faces major delays in prosecutions due to staffing shortages.
Gardner faces removal from her position of circuit attorney if the AG is successful in proving his case against her. A judge ruled Tuesday evening that the case against Gardner will move to trial on seven counts of willful neglect.
“If she cared about saving lives she would be enforcing the law and protecting victims rights. She clearly doesn’t care about saving life otherwise she would be doing the job that city of St. Louis is paying her to do. So I worry about patients here as well,” he said.
Since Gardner was elected into office in 2017, her attorneys have routinely failed to show up to court – resulting in murderers and other violent criminals being let out on the streets.
“I want her to have a meeting with every victim’s family for every court case she missed or every case she dismissed because she was busy at nursing school instead of taking care of her job. And she should have to look those families in the eye and explain to them why their families don’t get justice over the loss of their loved one because she was too busy pursuing other things,” Bailey said.
“What’s important is that she is blatantly violating the statute that requires her to devote her full time and energy to her official duties. And at some point, that becomes a criminal offense if she’s being paid to be the circuit attorney and doing some other job instead,” Bailey said.