Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State is Vice-Chairman of President Donald Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity. Based upon a complaint by a college student, Kobach is being investigated by the Kansas State Supreme Court concerning a disciplinary issue when he claimed not have documents that a court ordered him to turn over. He was fined $1,000 by the court, but Kobach still claims not to have the documents in question.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is being investigated by a Kansas Supreme Court disciplinary office, according to a new report.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the disciplinary office received a complaint from Keri Strahler, a student at Washburn University. The complaint accused Kobach of showing a “lack of respect for the courts.”
Strahler spoke to the Capital-Journal, she referenced reports about Kobach being fined $1,000 by a court in June for not turning over documents he wrote for a meeting with then President-elect Donald Trump…
The student who filed the complaint against Kobach said she received a letter saying her complaint is being investigated, but the state’s Supreme Court has not confirmed that any investigation is in process. However, due to Kobach’s association with President Trump, the mainstream media is reporting the incident as if Kobach has been already found guilty.