Office of Congressional Ethics releases report
The House Ethics Committee still is considering whether to deepen its investigation into Rep. Alex Mooney. But the Office of Congressional Ethics Report is now available. He may have misused official & campaign funds for personal use (e.g. visit to Aruba!) https://t.co/WQA6MmMK8L pic.twitter.com/TLk4t7y70Z— Daniel Schuman . . .
Alex Mooney easily defeated David McKinley for the new West Virginia #2 Republican nomination. Mooney won 54% to 36%. McKinley carried only three counties: Ohio by 28%, Marshall by 9%, and Pleasants by only 1%. Even worse, had the election just been held in McKinley’s old WV #1, he still would have lost to Alex Mooney by 4.4%.
Some . . .
The McKinley/Mooney primary fight
Candidate Alex Mooney tells us in his most recent ad and commercial why McKinley cannot be trusted; McKinley's ad is fake – he and Trump were never together as McKinley’s ad pictures them:
David McKinley is just another politician you cannot trust. He only stands with President Trump when it is convenient for him. He was quoted in the . . .
In neighboring states
This is so gross. How can any Republican with a straight face say this isn’t a personality cult? Every debate in every state is a contest to see who can grovel the most to Trump, instead of presenting a set of proposals to benefit their constituents. https://t.co/HPN12qtOa4— Ron Filipkowski . . .
Special guest: Lauren Boebert
In case you didn't get an invitation:
(Suggestion to Mooney campaign -- hire someone who knows how to photoshop.)
About the gun to be given away
It may be just a coincidence but this particular rifle has an interesting connection to the January 6 assault on the Capitol. From The New York Times last . . .
Is Mooney depending only upon his TV ads and endorsements? It certainly looks that way
Like the recent get-together in Wheeling, Mooney will not be present at a similar event in Shepherdstown
Join us April 25th at 7 pm in the Byrd Center Auditorium for our latest event, A Town Hall Meeting with Congressman David McKinley. Please note: We did attempt to reach out to Mr. Mooney yet his campaign schedule did not allow for . . .
McKinley votes for, Mooney and Miller against
Yesterday, the House voted on a bill that would extend veteran health-care to include exposure to toxins:
From today’s Washington Post:. . .