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“This was politically motivated from the start from Democrats and Never Trumpers,” Ellis told The Post Millennial. “They ultimately failed in their attempt to deprive me of my bar license. I’m glad to have this behind me and remain in good standing in the State of Colorado.”
Ellis accepted the censure, which was handed down by Presiding Disciplinary Judge Byron M. Large, who has a plaque featuring his pronouns in his courtroom.
Large’s censure said that Ellis’ tweets and statements about the campaign’s efforts to demand recounts and interrogate balloting procedures in some states were made “with a least a reckless state of mind,” and that Ellis, “through her conduct, undermined the American public’s confidence in the presidential election, violating her duty of candor to the public.”
This, Large said, was done with “a selfish motive” and was part of a “pattern of misconduct.”
The statements made by Ellis for which the complaint was brought included comments from broadcast appearances with Maria Bartiromo as well as Sean Spicer.
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