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Tuesday, June 06, 2017

The Hypocrisy of AG Josh Shapiro

When he was AG candidate, Josh Shapiro promoted an "Integrity Agenda" that included a gift ban for all public officials. "Let’s pass a real gift ban across state and local government," he said from the campaign trail. What he failed to mention is that, at that very time, he was accepting tickets for the Sixers ($2139) and Penguins ($810). There's a "whiff of hypocrisy," says Inky columnist John Baer.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Whiff is an understatement. Try putrid stench. Did he perchance also promise to drain the swamp?

Anonymous said...

You hate him because he beat your pal Morganelli. Do you not see how obvious your posts are?

Anonymous said...

Totally inappropriate. Guess the Sixers and Penguins don't have to worry about any prosecutions from the AG's office!

Bernie O'Hare said...

3:22, I don't hate him at all. That is your world. John Morganelli supported him. This is a question of blatant hypocrisy.

george schaller said...

Bernie, sad to see this sadistic typez in public offices long enough to set up shop with the criminals and there callaboritive efforts collectively speaking of course. Did he also get tickets to the PPL center not that anyone would want to openly admit being bribed with that sad sac o shit too, even Hillary sent the monies back to the allentown mayor!

Anonymous said...

Josh Shapiro is a Democrat so whatever he does is cool because it really is that simple.

Anonymous said...

How is all that tolerance working out at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris today?

C. Barkley said...

The most troubling thing about this is $2100 for sixers tickets. You couldnt pay me 2100 to watch that slop on tv for 5 minutes.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Shapiro should spend some time in a courtroom learning how the system works. Dr.J