Dan Caplis is a serious lawyer, or so he says. So serious, in fact, that he’s trademarked the phrase, “a serious firm for serious cases.” Jenna Ellis is not a serious lawyer, but she has been charged with serious crimes. She also admitted, in her formal censure by Colorado’s Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel, to spreading misinformation about the 2020 election no fewer than ten times, including on Dan Caplis’ KNUS radio show.
This month, conservatives have lauded the breakout success of Angel Studios’ new thriller film “Sound of Freedom.” Released on July 3, it has held its own in the box office against major blockbusters, even surpassing many of them. Deadline reports that, as of Wednesday, it has brought in an impressive $53.4 million nationally.
Jenna Ellis, a controversial conservative talk show host and attorney from Colorado, announced on social media this week that she supports the new, highly criticized Ugandan anti-LGBTQ law, which prescribes the death penalty for those found guilty of “aggravated homosexuality.”
Jenna Ellis, the Colorado attorney who represented former President Donald Trump as he tried to overturn the 2020 election, is under investigation by the Colorado Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel.
In a Facebook post Monday, former state Sen. Tim Neville (R-Littleton) indicated his support of Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis’ condemnation of the Republican National Committee (RNC). Ellis subsequently quit the GOP, but Neville has yet to signal that he will follow suit.
After joining a news conference yesterday with Rudolph Giuliani claiming without evidence that widespread fraud undermined November’s presidential election, Trump’s legal advisor Jenna Ellis jumped on a Denver conservative radio show and alleged, again with no evidence, that Colorado-based voting machine firm may have committed fraud to give victories to losing candidates in Colorado.
Without Citing Evidence, Trump Attorney & Former CCU Prof Blasts Dems for ‘Trying to Eliminate Election Integrity’
A Trump attorney, who’s a former professor at Lakewood’s Colorado Christian University, joined Colorado Republicans who claim that voting by mail is an unfair, under-the-radar ploy by Democrats to win in November.
Colorado’s conservative evangelical community will be represented at Justice Kavanaugh’s swearing-in ceremony at the White House this evening. Jenna Lynn Ellis, who serves as Policy Director for the James Dobson Family Institute, shared her official White House invitation on Facebook.