Tulsa World blows lid on latest Stitt scandal…

We’re taking a quick break from writing about the Swadley’s Foggy Bottom Swindle and Pac-Man Video Game Cabinet School Supply Side-Hustle to focus on the latest fishy-smelling scandal to emerge from the Kevin Stitt administration.

On Wednesday, The Tulsa World reported that an auditor with the Commissioners of the Land Office (CLO) – a little-known state agency that oversees a $2.7-billion portfolio in real estate, land, and mineral rights holdings – was recently terminated by the agency after she dared look into a financial conflict of interest between the agency’s director, Elliot Chambers, and a totally legitimate, not-in-any-way-shady local investment group with a douche bag-inspired name called Victorum Capital.

I guess Elliot Chamber didn’t like that CLO’s auditor – Erin Morgan – was asking valid and legitimate questions about his plan to use Victorum Capital – a company that he has both a personal and financial interest in – to manage state resources, so they forced her out and had her sign a non-disclosure agreement.

Fortunately, an open records trail about that audit had been started and documented before the NDA was signed, so we have an idea as to what went down…

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