By Rob Janicki
Terry McAuliffe, neophyte public office holder of Virginia's highest elected office is showing Virginia just what a highly partisan political operative with no elected public office experience and a trail of private sector crony corruption brings to the governance of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Virginia Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe’s first cabinet appointment was his deputy campaign manager and a former GreenTech Automotive executive Levar Stoney.
McAuliffe announced Monday that Stoney will be secretary of the commonwealth.
Before joining McAuliffe’s campaign, Stoney served as director of public and government affairs for GreenTech, McAuliffe’s scandal-tainted electric car company, for nearly three years.
GreenTech is currently under multiple federal investigations regarding its improper use of a foreign investor visa program. The company has also failed to meet multiple job promises and production estimates.
The Free Beacon reported in March that Stoney admitted to having a part in covering up mass property destruction committed by Democratic operatives in Wisconsin on Election Day in 2004.
McAuliffe and Stoney are just one Grand Jury indictment away from a very messy criminal court case that goes back for years. Way to go Virginia. It should be interesting to see yet another Democrat governor in hot water with the law. McAuliffe probably feels he has his back covered by Attorney General Eric Holder, quite possibly the worst and most corrupt Attorney General in the past 100 years.
Read the rest of this sad story for Virginia's future here, but only if you have a strong stomach for public corruption. http://capitalistpreservation.blogspot.com/2013/11/okay-virginia-you-asked-for-it-youve.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CapitalistPreservation+%28Capitalist+Preservation%29