This hardly seems like actions befitting somebody serving as a State Attorney General.
The West Virginia Attorney’s General race has been hit by controversy after incumbent Democrat Darrell McGraw was captured on video intimidating a young member of his opponent Patrick Morrisey’s staff.
In the video, McGraw, 75, approaches and begins to bully 24-year-old Morrisey staffer and tracker Justin Lafferty, asking him how he “got into the filming business.” Unrelenting, he asks, “Are you a stalker? Is this guy a stalker?” A woman joins in the fray, saying, “I don’t know but we don’t do that down here.”
The state’s chief law enforcement officer then mumbles, “Well let me tell you — look –” before he reaches for McGraw’s camera; the video then ends abruptly.
It’s hard to tell, but whatever happens in the end is swift and pretty jolting when watching the video. It appears as if McGraw engages Lafferty in conversation as a way to sneak in and either take or hit the camera.
What do you think?
Liberals Respond to Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day the Only Way They Know How – Bomb Threats and Bullying
When the pictures of long lines and traffic jams started pouring in at Chick-Fil-A restaurants across the nation, you could feel something big happening.
Apparently, it was record-setting big.
This is really a typical liberal.
First, he’s sooooooo self-righteous.
Second, he wants something for nothing.
Third, adds nothing to the debate except a string of personal attacks.
Police and fire crews closed down the Chick-fil-A on Foxcroft Avenue in Martinsburg for nearly three hours following a bomb threat that was called in just before 1 p.m. today.
The caller mentioned that a “device” had been placed within the restaurant. The building was evacuated, but was deemed safe at about 3:45 p.m. after no bomb or any other type of device was discovered.
According to a release from police, the location of the call was traced and the investigation is following up on leads about the male caller.
The fast-food chain has come under fire recently for comments made by its president, Dan Cathy, to the Baptist Press. According to an Associated Press report, today has been declared “National Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day” by supporters of traditional marriage. However, it is unknown at this time if the threat against the local restaurant is related.
If they can’t shut down your right to free speech and the right to express an opposing view point through boycotts, the left will always turn to more menacing threats. Harassment or bomb threats.
So tolerant. So progressive.
Update: Reader RalphyBoy pointed out that the ‘free water’ freedom fighter in the video above pulled his clip from YouTube. Fortunately, others had grabbed it before he could erase it from the internet. The clip can still be viewed above.
He did manage to work in a “it’s Bush’s fault” plug, but I don’t think Team Obama will be taking too kindly to Joe being Joe this time…
Via Politico (video below):
If you don’t find something fundamentally wrong and revealing in the fact that voters are so desperate to distance themselves from the guy you’re on the ticket with, that they would rather cast their vote for a convicted felon, then it’s time to adjust the hairplugs, Joe.
Nearly four years in, and all the failures of this administration are still Bush’s doing…
Well, they both hold a disdain for the law…
Incidentally, the prisoner in question is serving time for extortion and making threats, which is similar to how Obamacare got passed.
An obscure federal prison inmate gave President Obama an unexpected run for his money in the West Virginia Democratic Primary Tuesday, highlighting the deep dislike for the president in the Appalachian heartland.
With 96% of the precincts reporting Tuesday night, Keith Judd was holding steady at 41% of the vote and had won ten counties.
Judd is alsoknown as federal prison inmate Number 11593-051 at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Beaumont, Texas, where Judd is serving a 210-month sentence for extortion and making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999.
According to both state and national Democratic Party rules, Keith Russell Judd is entitled to receive at least one delegate from West Virginia for the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. because he received 15% of the vote.
This guy must have been confused. Democrats want convicted felons to vote for Obama. Twice if possible. Not run against him.