But hasn’t Chuck Freiberger, who was one of three county commissioners at the time of the coal ash dispersal scandal, always been loyal to the local DemoDisneyDixiecratic party machine?
And isn’t the city’s Facebook page supposed to be devoted to information, not partisan politics?
Following up: “An Indiana county is paying a steep price for burying toxic coal ash.” That’s us, folks.
It transpires that Wile E. Gahan, Genius, is so eager to score political points against current commissioner, future GOP mayoral candidate and next-door neighbor Mark Seabrook that he’s (a) deploying the taxpayer-funded city government Facebook feed as a blunt political instrument, and (b) throwing former commissioners Freiberger and Steve Bush under the bus along with Seabrook.
The meme from the mayor’s minions doesn’t specify which one, so we must assume all of them, right?
As for Seabrook’s candidacy, someone might remind Exalted Leader that he has a party primary to win first — but his opponent(s) next May probably will be targeted as well.
Increasing numbers of observers can see where the biggest lump of toxic but excessively remunerated waste currently resides, this being in Gahan’s third floor bunker.
When Trump does things like this, y’all get angry. Why is it suddenly okay when Gahan indulges his inner thug?
Here is the Facebook post.