Ryan Scott Jensen from Utah has been following this John Swallow situation for a while. This is a solid article that gives you a very accurate Time line on John Swallow’s financial reporting sheets. According to Utah Political Capitol John Swallow altered his financial statements which they show you flat out two different version’s of the A. G.’s filings.
You’d think with more sunlight would come more clarity and eventually Swallow’s name would be cleared. However this story just adds another twist leaving more questions and concerns about the Current A.G. among many years from the past with Mark Shurtleff at the realm.
When is enough enough for this office and the Capital? The Governor needs to Slide his friend John Swallow a friendly note explaining he needs to step down so the Office and Utah Cabinet can move forward with the public’s interest.
Ryan Scott Jensen
John Swallow isn’t out of the woods just yet. According to a few on the Capitol Hill it sounds as if they are quietly speaking about many different scenarios with John Swallow. Although Impeachment has been short lived. Another cycle of John Swallow Stories Broke out about the current AG’s ethics of what he did and didn’t say. We just hope in a time like this, that Utah shapes up and really draws some serious lines on campaign donation reforms among many other ethical issues our public servants face daily.
What do our Utah government officials really do?
Ryan Scott Jensen says that Utah needs a gut check
We have a lot of pollution people are speaking about. We have questionable State contracts, bribe scandals, along with other various issues. There are two groups hitting Governor Herbert for slacking with pollution not to mention having controversial contracts and donations.
I believe Governor Herbert is a friend and supporter of Shurtleff and Swallow. I have personally seen when a complain made to Governor Herbert’s office in which this complaint was made against a State Agency under the Governor’s authority and he has passed off the complaint, he didn’t offer help, he didn’t even comment and referred it directly back to the State agency the complaint was orignially made about.
From the sounds of all these reports it would seem all these “low paying” political seats are really worth getting as it’s all about raising money instead of helping the public or this State. Pretty sad that it’s taken such dramatic events to even get a small light on what these political power houses do here in Utah.