Colorado Rising Action - Cloud Hangs Over Hickenlooper
January 15, 2019

Cloud Hangs Over Hickenlooper

The Colorado Ethics Commission announced yesterday it will continue to investigate five complaints filed against former Governor Hickenlooper, who has so far been unable to prove that he followed Colorado ethics rules in these instances.

“Ethics laws are in place for a reason, and I’m glad that the commission is moving forward. The former governor should be held accountable for any and all violations,” said Lindsey Singer.

The investigation will include:

1.Expenses from the June 2018 Bilderberg Meeting in Turin, Italy.

2.A private jet flight on March 15, 2018 related to the commissioning of the USS Colorado.

3.A private jet flight on January 10, 2018 from New Jersey to Colorado.

4.A private flight on August 13, 2018 to Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

5.Private jet travel on April 8-10 to Texas to officiate at the wedding of Kimbal Musk, Elon Musk’s brother.

The commission will also postpone action on Hickenlooper’s motion to dismiss all complaints until the investigation is complete.

View this release online.

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