Former Trump Attorney Jenna Ellis Wins Case Against Liberal Organization

Former Trump Attorney Jenna Ellis won a court case against the liberal group 65 Project and will keep her law license after being censured by a Colorado judge. The Colorado judge said Ellis “repeatedly made misrepresentations on national television and on Twitter, undermining the American public’s confidence in the 2020 presidential election,” to which Ellis’ legal team responded that the lawyer did not lie or commit fraud. “Bar complaints have been filed all over the country by people Trump lawyers have never met, had no client relationship with, and who are totally partisan against Trump. This is and always was political lawfare to intimidate lawyers from representing Trump or Republican candidates, especially in election challenges and try to destroy our livelihood and reputation. Organizations filing complaints have been open about this motivation,” Ellis wrote on Twitter.

From Conservative Brief:

Beyond being targeted by the 65 Project, Ellis, who has been a fierce defender of Judeo-Christian principles on her social media platforms, was up against a judge who has been sympathetic to the LGBT community. Judge Large proudly displays a plaque with the pronouns, “he/him” on his public desk. He’s been actively involved in the LGBT community throughout his career, having been previously named Attorney of the Year by the Colorado LGBT Bar Association.


Ellis achieved victory against a fairly liberal judge who has the pronouns “he/him” in a plaque on his desk and was named Attorney of the Year by the Colorado LGBT Bar Association,” CBN News reported.