Among other things, NorCo GOP Exec candidate Steve Lynch is a very bad liar. On Sunday, he gave a speech threatening Northampton Area School Directors over a temporary mask mandate designed to keep students, staff and visitors safe. He prefaced his remarks with "Men, where are you? Men, wake up! Smell the coffee! Let's go! Make men great again, right? Make men men again, let's go!" He then went on to say, "Forget going onto these school boards with freakin' data. You go into these school boards to remove them. I'm going in with 20 strong men and I'm gonna; give them an option - they can leave or they can be removed."
Lynch and Alpha Variant Ian Smith
After the backlash that erupted, Lynch backtracked on Monday, stating his reference to "strong men" was nothing more than an an appeal to many who have expressed a desire to be active and to stop the bullying and intimidation by school board directors.
This explanation is a big, fat bullshit burger.
You see, at his Sunday rally, Lynch teamed up with manly man Ian Smith, who was sporting an "Alpha Variant" T-shirt. In fact, Lynch specifically referred to Ian when he started speaking. He played off the "Make men men again" mantra that was started by Smith.
Lynch and Alpha Variant look for strong men
Smith, manly man that he is, is a Jersey gym owner who defied a state lockdown. Smith is also a killer. In 2007, he ran a stop sign and killed a college student. Police found he was in possession of marijuana and hypodermic needles. He pleaded to vehicular homicide.
I guess getting jabbed is OK if it's with steroids.
So yes, Lynch fully intended to recruit 20 "strong men" to bully geriatric school directors.