A year later, the Governor of Oregon becomes embroiled in a scandal...I guess...if you can call his girlfriend's college days' indiscretions a "scandal worthy of ousting a sitting governor beloved by his state"..Portland Oregon 2013,
Terry Bean, major LGBT activist and funder of the national movement is arrested for suspicion of sodomizing a 16 year old minor in late 2013 http://www.wweek.com/portland/file-794-.pdf & http://www.wweek.com/portland/blog-...uilty_to_charges_of_sodomy_and_sex_abuse.html
Almost looks like a frame job, trumping something out of nothing. A certain MSNBC host tonight seemed very surprised and rattled that he had changed his mind about resigning. Made me remember the old story from 2013 for some reason? I hope the beloved governor of Oregon stands his ground and refuses to step down OVER NOTHING.
Maybe Oregon's governor should start recording in a journal who is investigating him, their political background down to the clerks in the offices responsible and do an investigation of his own. Blackmail is illegal in Oregon if I remember correctly.
Then I remembered some other things in another state...Virginia...
Not long afterwards, a probe began into McDonnell's financial affairs.2011 McDonnell: Gay marriage ban was “the right decision”
“They’ve already enshrined in the Virginia Constitution that gay marriage is not permitted, so unless there is another effort to change the Constitution, that matter is settled. That is the law of the land and, look, reasonable people can disagree on these things. That’s what the law is now. That’s something that I support. That was the right decision.” McDonnell Gay marriage ban was ldquo the right decision rdquo - Virginia Politics - The Washington Post
On that parallel investigation:Federal authorities are asking Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell’s associates about previously undisclosed gifts given by a campaign donor to McDonnell’s wife that total tens of thousands of dollars and include money and expensive designer clothing, according to people familiar with the inquiry.
A local prosecutor in Richmond is conducting a parallel investigation to the federal probe to determine whether McDonnell complied with state law in his annual financial filings. Probe Of Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell Widens
Here's Michael Herring's (hey! The new AG of Virginia!) stance on gay marriage:A Richmond prosecutor is investigating whether Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell violated state gift and disclosure laws — a probe that was initiated by state Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli II.
Cuccinelli (R) confirmed Wednesday that he asked Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney Michael Herring to conduct a review of McDonnell’s annual economic disclosure forms last November.
Prosecutor investigating McDonnell s disclosure of gifts - The Washington Post
Boy, that certain MSNBC host sure gloated over governor McDonnell going to prison for what all governors do...(common public knowledge: perks of office). Wonder if that "lesson" was meant to send a message?Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring on Thursday announced he will not defend the state’s same-sex marriage ban. Herring in a statement declared the gay nuptials ban unconstitutional. He also said he will join a federal lawsuit challenging it that two same-sex couples from Norfolk and Richmond — Timothy Bostic and Tony London and Carol Schall and Mary Townley — filed last year. - See more at: Mark Herring to challenge Virginia same-sex marriage ban
I remember reading about WWII in high school. How the Nazi Party was born in the 1930s; their progression. Scholars were and still are mystified as to how Germany fell "under the spell" of that fascist dictator and all fell in line.
Well, it isn't really so mysterious after all, is it? Some tricks just work no matter what era they're employed in..
One of the most powerful psychological weapons is abusing a victim in front of others. The paralyzing fear of the onlookers that they might be next causes them to surrender literally anything to appease the bully. First to go? Their courage of convictions..
A new sign for Oregon Public Halls?