OK Supreme Court justices call out Attorney General for “Abdication of Duties.”

Score one for the good guys at OG&E!


The Oklahoma Supreme Court approved yesterday an $800,000,000+ bond for OG&E to recover expenses from the record-breaking February 2021 cold spell / Kevin Stitt ski trip. It will cost customers about $3 a month for the next 28 years.


More of a formality than anything, the bonds were approved by an 8-o margin, but in concurring opinions, several justices left scathing critiques of spineless Oklahoma Attorney General John O'Connor, who instead of representing consumers against the powerful energy conglomerate, basically bent the knee and let his puppet masters at OG&E rip off Oklahomans for the next 28-years.


In a concurring opinion by Justices Douglas Combs and Noma Gurich, they claim Attorney General John O'Connor – naturally, a Kevin Stitt appointee – "failed to litigate legitimate points" against the bonds and even accused him of "Abdication of Duties."


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