The cult of personality
Here’s the Washington County (PA) GOP Chair, Dave Ball, explaining why PA’s Republican Senator Pat Toomey should be censured for his “yes” vote on impeachment:
Earlier today, The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent wrote about Ball and the Trump cult:
(By the way, the Sargent article is excellent.)
Speaking of "ugly" attacks, here is what happens when you leave the cult:
More on Dave Ball
A quick search of the Ogden-owned Washington Observer-Reporter’s website reveals that Chairman Ball contributes op-eds to the to the paper and on December 28, Ball wrote this op-ed:
The Greatest Crime in History
What could that possibly be? Ball begins:
The greatest crime in history was committed during the past election.
Make no mistake, the election was fraudulent, easily to the level of criminality. It is time to stop using statements such as “unproven,” “for which there is no proof,” “baseless claims” and so on prefixed to discussions of what went on in the presidential election.
Reams of documentation of voting irregularities exist, literally thousands of sworn affidavits of witnessed voter fraud have been gathered, videotapes of people fraudulently processing ballots have been shown, demonstrations have shown that voting machines have been illegally tampered with to provide false results and statistical experts have testified to the impossibility of numerous results.
Since it was an Ogden paper, the op-ed was probably indistinguishable from their regular syndicated columnists.
Finally, "steals" may be a bit harsh, here
Perhaps, the word should only be reserved for elections.