Patrick’s News Round Up (9)

I’ve been pulling some extra-weight on the bar entertainment front this week, so this week’s recap is a bit shorter than normal! Here we go! Former Cokehead Lobbyist Finally Gets Punishment He Deserves… Early this week, former disgraced lobbyist turned AM radio political commentator Chad Alexander was appointed to the Oklahoma County Jail Trust Board. […]

Here Comes the Principal: Joy Hofmeister switches teams to challenge Stitt

The 2022 Oklahoma Gubernatorial race just got more interesting!

 

Earlier this week, Oklahoma State School Superintendent Joy Hofmeister informed her pals at The Tulsa World that she’s switching allegiances to the Democratic party and will be running for Governor in 2022, which I guess means those rumors we asked her about on The Lost Ogle Show over a year ago were indeed true!

 

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The Z-Team: Kevin Stitt plays tough guy at the border

Instead of trying to, you know, actually help the state that he was (somewhat) elected to run, Gov. Kevin Stitt was apparently in Texas this week, on another useless taxpayer-funded field trip, this time to the Southern border to, officially, learn about the illegal drug trade, but, unofficially, to strap on a bulletproof vest and look as butch as possible for photographers.

 

 

Stitt claims to be at the border searching for the dastardly drug methamphetamine and the evil Mexicans that poison our kids with it, which I guess must be easier than looking in your wife’s purse. Regardless, while down there on his fact-finding mission of macho fragility, he thankfully found the time to stick it to Biden, at least the best way he knows how…which isn’t very.

 

From FOX 25:

 

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