While most of North Carolina was either celebrating the New Year or sleeping, Roy Cooper went behind closed doors to some random backroom in the cover of darkness and became the state’s new Governor.
Cooper demanded his midnight swearing in over a week ago, a full week before his official inauguration is set to occur.
Unfortunately for all of us who now have to live in a state with such a radical liberal as Governor, his swearing in is not all Cooper is hiding from the people.
The man who’s killed the repeal of HB2 multiple times despite publicly claiming he’s against it in order to get elected has also not announced any of the cabinet or high level administrative officials needed to run a government.
And his only announced advisor, Ken Eudy a noted anti-military advocate, is already on record as saying the fact that the state Senate now must approve many of Cooper appointments has halted their intention of stacking the new-look Governors office with radical liberals the majority of this state would surely be against.
The Cooper administration is already on track to be the least transparent Governor’s office in the country, and certainly the least transparent in North Carolina over the past few decades.
Cooper’s lack of transparency should come as no surprise to any, though, as he notoriously used a private email server, like one of his idols Hillary Clinton, and only sent two emails from his government account in his entire final year as Attorney General.
Less than 24 hours into Roy Coopers’ (hopefully brief) tenure, he’s well on his way to continuing the longstanding tradition of North Carolina Democrats – completely and utterly failing the state.