McCrory Verbally Assaulted in DC; NC Media: ‘Ho-Hum’

Excerpt From: The Chesser Files.

While visiting Washington, DC on Inauguration Day and walking down the street with Fox Business anchor Lou Dobbs, former Gov. Pat McCrory was verbally accosted by several bullies affiliated with the Gaystapo mob. McClatchy’s newspapers, The Charlotte Observer and The News & Observer, reported the incident as though it was simply “life is tough” for the former governor.

In other words, “poor guy – too bad for him he signed and stuck up for House Bill 2.” Oh well.

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Meanwhile Doug Clark of the News & Record of Greensboro described the confrontation as an “unfortunate incident.” How Lemony-Snicketish. Clark added that McCrory was “to blame for” his national notoriety over defending HB2. He said he was glad McCrory’s wife wasn’t with him during the “inappropriate conduct,” and joked that the governor “may need to wear a disguise.

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