Today: three more negative stories about WV’s Teflon governor
From today’s Wheeling Intelligencer:
Justice, Son Are Served in Civil Suit
The subheading tells us:
Company Seeks Almost $89,000 In Civil Suit
And from the top-of-the-front-page of today’s Charleston Gazette-Mail:. . .
Keeping tabs on WV’s #1 publicity hound
Riley Moore on the Durham Report
President Trump’s first term was wasted on a phony collusion investigation that should NEVER have taken place.— Riley Moore (@RileyMooreWV) May 16, . . .
The fact that he was able to accomplish so much under those circumstances is remarkable.
The Durham report is just the first step. There must be consequences.
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What have the two major Republican senatorial candidates been doing lately?
Mostly defending Donald Trump
Yesterday, the Durham Report was issued. Here is what the Associated Press concluded:
BREAKING: A special prosecutor has ended his four-year investigation into possible FBI misconduct in its probe of ties between . . .
It’s Hunter Biden: WV’s Secretary of State goes full “alternate reality” on the 2020 presidential election
Mac Warner now says the election was “stolen” and some actions by law enforcement, election officials, and media were “treasonous”
As has been documented by this blog, the AP, and other news sources, WV’s Secretary of State Mac Warner has consistently questioned the results of the 2020 presidential election despite holding a position that calls for neutrality. This week, Warner quit hedging:
“That election was thrown, it was stolen, and we should not rest . . .
Yes, it’s going to get nasty
One of the first ads from the Alex Mooney camp is very similar to the type of attack ad that he used last year in his primary battle against David McKinley. Here is the Club for Growth’s ad:
Club for Growth is starting to advertise against Gov. Jim Justice in the #WVSen GOP primary. The anti-tax group . . .
The Associated Press critically looks at what WV’s Mac Warner and other pro-Trump secretaries of state are doing to the election process
This morning, the Associated Press published an article by Julie Carr Smyth that featured West Virginia’s Secretary of State, Mac Warner:
GOP election officials walking fine line on fraud, integrity
The article featured three state officials who are running for higher office who continue to question the legitimacy . . .
Today’s Wheeling Intelligencer editorial tells us that because of WV Secretary of State Mac Warner and those like him, “Americans have every reason to be confident in our elections”
Mac Warner and election integrity
Today’s editorial praises WV's "well-regarded" Secretary of State, Mac Warner because
Goodness knows we have enough damage to repair, after the calculated attack on our confidence by those who repeatedly shared falsehoods via any means available in an attempt to undermine . . .