- Keith Ellison’s traffic law violations were a major issue for him before he ran for US Congress in 2006.
- His driver’s license was suspended.
- Public records reveal his pattern of reckless behavior continued.
- Minnesota media – not a word about it.
In addition to unpaid taxes to the IRS, Keith Ellison’s many traffic tickets became one of the issues for him when he ran for US Congress the first time. Scott Johnson from Powerline has written about it as far back as 2006 when Ellison first ran for US Congress. Back then Ellison’s driver’s license was suspended even at one point. This whole summer Ellison has been driven around by other people to various events which have had some of us wondering if his driver’s license isn’t suspended again.
State records also show that Ellison has received nine traffic tickets for moving violations since January of 2000.
Scott Johnson, July 7, 2006
But what happened after Keith Ellison became a US Congressman? Did anything change in how he treats traffic law? Let’s take a look.
A quick Criminal/Traffic/Petty Case Records search on the MN Judicial Branch website (mncourts.gov) revealed the following publicly available information:
Looks like Keith Ellison has had ten traffic law violations between 2006 when he became a US Congressman and 2016.
One can say that compared to getting nine in six years back in the day, Ellison is doing better. But then again, I’ll let you be the judge of that.
Something tells me that if Doug Wardlow had the exact same record and Keith Ellison had none, we might be hearing both from Keith Ellison and establishment Minnesota media how “dangerous” Doug Wardlow is. When it comes to Ellison though, it’s as if the media had undergone one of CAIR’s “sensitivity trainings” and have been retrained not to report on problematic discoveries when it comes to candidates like Keith Ellison and Ilhan Omar. Who knows, pointing out traffic violations record might be deemed racist and Islamophobic, too?
In the meantime, the Minneapolis Police Union has publicly warned Minnesotans about Keith Ellison. A must watch video:
Minneapolis Police Union president Lt. Bob Kroll and other law enforcement officers held a press conference in St. Paul on Friday, November 2nd. They discussed Keith Ellison's radical past and his support of cop killers and other criminals.The Minneapolis Police Union continued their support and endorsement of Doug Wardlow for Minnesota Attorney General, to Make Minnesota Fair and Safe!
Posted by Doug Wardlow on Friday, November 2, 2018
Article posted with permission from Robert Carrillo