Skip to comments.Eric Cantor Puts Head of Republican Party Virginia on His Payroll?
Posted on 04/22/2014 9:06:11 AM PDT by cotton1706
Congressman Eric Cantor (R-VA), majority whip for the U.S. House of Representatives, has quite a game going in his home state of Virginia, maybe a game ending in political life or death.
Cantor, a left-leaning Republican, teetering on the right edge of a seat on the left side of the aisle (see it here in graph form) has reportedly hired K6 Consulting Group to manage his June primary and opponent, conservative anti-amnesty economics professor Dr. Dave Brat. Connected to K6 is Shaun Kenney a well-known, Cantor-supporting blogger on a site billed as "Virginias premiere conservative web site." Kenney was recently appointed Executive Director of the Republican Party of Virginia (RPV). Kenney's wife is listed as the "principal" of K6, Shaun's brother is involved and Shaun Kenney is registered as the owner of the K6 website. There is a palpable conflict here. Do you think the question "Eric Cantor Puts Head of Republican Party Virginia on His Payroll needs a question mark?
Cantor's former political director has said Dave Brat is probably the first time that Eric has had a credible opponent with a comparable education and background. Convenient, huh. Put a blogger, Shaun Kenney, who has been quite favorable to Cantor in the past, and who formerly served as the RPV communications director, into the Executive Director seat of your state Republican Party, and then hire his wife's company to direct your campaign. Maybe Karl Rove worked this out on his white board.
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Correction: Cantor doesn’t have a payroll. He put this guy on OUR payroll.
RE: Puts Head of Republican Party Virginia on His Payroll
Did he hire a Jihadist with a sharp blade? :)
:: Cantor’s former political director has said Dave Brat is probably the first time that Eric has had a credible opponent with a comparable education and background. ::
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