Jenna Ellis and her career can be summarized with one simple phrase… “Fake it, till you make it.” She has become a less interesting Anna Sorokin of the political realm, swindling to the point that she may have even started to believe her own lies.

Regardless of the layers of concealer that Jenna uses to makeup her brand, her lack of qualifications and disloyal true form continue to shine through. So, who is Jenna Ellis and why does she even matter? In short, Jenna Ellis somehow managed to trick her way from being a Trump hater, failed attorney to representing Trump when it mattered the most to our Country without meaningful qualifications.

Ellis is a graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law in 2012. Upon graduating, she ran a small private practice in which she handled small cases in county and municipal courts. Ellis then secured a with the Weld County Colorado District Attorney’s Office, under Ken Buck, in August 2012. She was then fired in February 2013 for making routine level mistakes and not complying with the Victim’s Rights Act in her handling of only misdemeanor and traffic type cases.

Jenna Ellis then claimed she was fired for doing the right thing as “she refused to bring a case to trial that she believed was an unethical prosecution.” Ellis lied about her termination. Ellis won her appeal for unemployment compensation after the department of labor concluded that, “There were some deficiencies in her education and experience that account for some of the errors she committed while learning on the job under high-volume conditions…(Ellis) did the best she could with her education and training to meet the expectations of the employer.”

Basically, the ruling reads that Jenna Ellis was botching cases because she was unqualified and lacked education. Ellis then began to teach some legal classes at Colorado Christian University. Though Colorado Christian University is not a law school, Ellis would claim that she was/is a constitutional law professor — Ellis was an assistant professor. Another fabrication.

Ellis expanded on this lie, even going as far as to claim that she is a ‘Constitutional Attorney’, despite the fact that she has never handled a constitutional case, and is not able to practice in Federal Court.

On June 16, 2015, MAGA, Make America Great Again, began as an America First, Anti-Establishment populist movement when President Trump filed to run for President of the United States. Jenna Ellis never supported MAGA. Ellis actually supported Ted Cruz, and a very vocal hater of Trump and the MAGA movement in 2015 and early 2016.

Jenna, like many other Republicans with an establishment mindset, failed to take the MAGA movement seriously. Ellis called Trump and his supporters “idiots.” Ellis repeatedly slammed then-candidate Trump as an “idiot,” who was “boorish and arrogant,” and a “bully” whose words could not be trusted as factually accurate. She called comments he made about women “disgusting,” and suggested he was not a “real Christian.”

In a December 2015 post, Jenna accused Trump of blackmailing CNN and that the debate would be better without Trump being there.

In one March 2016 Facebook post, Ellis said Trump’s values were “not American,” linking to a post that called Trump an “American fascist.”

Ellis praised Mitt Romney for speaking out against Trump, referring to him as “Drumpf,” – a nickname coined by comedian John Oliver after a biographer revealed Trump’s ancestor changed the family’s surname from Drumpf to Trump.

“Why should we rest our highest office in America, on a man who fundamentally goes back and forth and really cannot be trusted to be consistent or accurate in anything,” Ellis said in one April 2016 radio appearance. Ellis was giddy to bash Trump and his supporters for the entire show, calling Trump crazy.

In March 2016, Ellis attacked Trump supporters in a Facebook post for not caring that the Republican candidate was “unethical, corrupt, lying, criminal, dirtbag.”

In another post, she asserted that Trump supporters “didn’t care” about the truth.

When Trump won the nomination, Jenna hopped on the Trump bandwagon. However, her criticism remained out there for all to see. Unfortunately, nobody was looking for it. She later deleted her anti-Trump/anti-MAGA posts.

Jenna caught the attention of President Trump in 2019 as she defended him on Fox News while appearing as a Constitutional Law Professor and or Constitutional Attorney from her Dobson Family Institute connection. Trump hired Ellis in 2019 as a Senior Legal Advisor.

After the 2020 election, Jenna claimed she could help Trump prove the election was stolen by getting the real evidence of fraud before the courts and state legislatures, alongside other well-intentioned lawyers joined the ‘Elite Strike Force’.

Ellis drafted the memo to Trump with the Constitutional Legal theory that Mike Pence could help Trump legally by refusing to open the votes of the electors in the states in question. This was her idea and her legal advice as a “constitutional law attorney” to President Trump.

(image sourced from https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/memo-trump-attorney-outlined-pence-overturn-election-book/story?id=81134003)

Yet, when the times got tough, Jenna hung MAGA out to dry to save herself. In May of 2022, Representatives from the nonprofit States United Democracy Center filed a formal complaint with the Colorado Supreme Court. Ellis easily folded. The Colorado Supreme Court’s chief disciplinary judge censured Jenna Ellis. The one-page decision letter cites a stipulation involving Ellis as the reason for the censure. The Colorado Supreme Court, in a public statement, said “Ellis agreed that she violated Colo. RPC 8.4(c), which prohibits reckless, knowing, or intentional misrepresentations by attorneys. She violated this rule when, as counsel to President Trump (sic) and the Trump campaign, she made a number of public statements about the November 2020 presidential election that were false.”

“I would NEVER lie,” Ellis said. “Lying requires INTENTIONALLY making a false statement. I never did that, nor did I stipulate to or admit that.”

However, the truth is, Jenna said that she made 10 misstatements related to the 2020 election, “with at least a reckless state of mind” to the Colorado Supreme Court and was censured as a result. A public censure is a rebuke and warning to a lawyer that doesn’t affect his or her ability to practice law.

Unlike Jenna Ellis, her colleagues fought back. The State Bar of California launched a disciplinary proceeding against another former Trump lawyer, John Eastman, saying he should be disbarred for making false claims about the election. John Eastman has been fighting the California Bar. In June 2021, a New York court suspended the law license of Mr. Giuliani, who also advised Mr. Trump on his postelection legal challenges, Giuliani has appealed. Sidney Powell, who is licensed in Texas, has fended off ethics charges. A Texas judge dismissed a petition brought by the State Bar of Texas’ Commission for Lawyer Discipline alleging Ms. Powell had violated ethics rules while representing Mr. Trump.

Jenna has since come out in support of DeSantis for the 2024 Republican Presidential Primary despite the campaign flailing from the start and polling around 8%. Jenna has begun her old song and dance of bashing Trump and the MAGA movement stating that Trump is not God and MAGA is a cult. Stating that DeSantis is the “principled choice” for all real Republicans claiming that MAGA is full of leftists.

Ellis has lied about Trump’s record as President and regarding COVID compared to DeSantis. She has repeatedly tried to attack and discredit many, including Loomer, when she is called out for her lies and hypocrisy.

Fani Willis, a Soros backed Fulton County, GA DA, decided that the lawfare against Trump was not enough. Fani campaigned on getting Trump so she filed a RICO case against Trump and named 18 Co-conspirators, Ellis being one of them smiled in her mugshot.

Jenna immediately used her mugshot to fundraise for her legal defense where she claimed that she would FIGHT these charges against her. She celebrated and shared milestones as the donations began to pour in pinning her $200,000 donation milestone announcement to her X profile. Jenna used DeSantis influencers like Mark Levin, Jeremy Boreing, Steve Deace, Ben Shapiro, etc. to aid her in fundraising. We brought the scoop with receipts on this.

Jenna has even threatened that she could sell out Trump if she wants to. We’ve tried to warn folks not to donate to this FRAUDSTER.

Well, it appears she may have decided to do just that after months of scamming money from kind MAGA donors to the tune of $216K. Ellis had been trying to put public pressure on related defense funds and PACs. Jenna decided not to fight as she promised to donors but to instead enter a guilty plea. On 10/24/2023, Jenna Ellis pleaded guilty to the charge that Fani Willis brought against her and read a statement aloud in court while crying.

Ellis promptly removed her pinned donation post on X and replaced it with a bible verse. See a clip of Ellis crying below…

“I believe in and I value election integrity,” she went on. “If I knew then what I know now, I would have declined to represent Donald Trump in these post-election challenges.”

Ellis concluded through more crocodile tears, “For those failures of mine, your honor, I have taken responsibility already before the Colorado bar, who censured me. And I now take responsibility before this court and apologize to the people of Georgia.”

The deal endorses a sentence of five years of probation, $5,000 in restitution, and 100 hours of community service — in exchange for having no contact with the media or co defendants and cooperating and testifying at other trials in the 19-person RICO case  —   potentially including that of Trump. Trump attorney Steve Sadow called out the plea deal for what it is, a farce. “For the fourth time, Fani Willis and her prosecution team have dismissed the RICO charge in return for a plea to probation,” Sadow said, referring also to a plea deal given to pro-Trump activist Scott Hall last month. “What that shows is this so-called RICO case is nothing more than a bargaining chip for Willis. Moreover, this plea was to a completely separate charge, not a part of the original indictment, which doesn’t even mention President Trump.”

Essentially, Ellis scammed people into giving her $216,000 of donations just so she could read a prepared confession against President Trump, even though she tweeted her belief that the election was stolen in the tweets I have archived and posted below from 2020. Her pathetic confession was televised on every national network. There’s a reason why she gave a prepared confession on National TV Networks. Will anyone else call her out for LYING through her teeth today? How can she say she doesn’t believe the election was stolen when she posted what she posted below in 2020? She said she saw video evidence. If this is how she feels, then that means she intentionally misled President Trump when she was working for him. She also should give back the $216,000 she said she needed for her legal defense fund since she never intended to put up a defense. Jenna Ellis is literally using this money to attack Trump. She should be sued for FRAUD!

How does one go from hating Donald Trump, to representing President Trump and claiming the 2020 election was stolen, to denying the election was stolen, falsely admitting to lies and threatening Donald Trump, to smiling in a mugshot and claiming to fight the indictment in Fulton County, Georgia, to taking a guilty plea deal, and crying crocodile tears while blaming her fellow colleagues, including Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani?

Simply put, Jenna Ellis is a FRAUD.

Laura Loomer