You lost me here. If Taylor has done something criminally wrong, it is not "bad-mouthing" to attempt to expose his crimes. If Taylor is innocent, then Taylor would have the option to sue for slander.
You are making an awfully good argument for hiding Taylor's misdeeds under the rug.
Key word, that.
Since, at this point, there's nothing beyond mere allegations, which anyone can make, the entirety consists of bad-mouthing.
Makes for a wonderfully positive campaign, huh? I'm sure it inspired the voters.
I never "bad-mouthed Taylor." I wrote and published exactly one article that pointed out five different million-dollar and up errors in hie Reports filed with the Ethics Committee.
Which is quite obviously not true, as the above quotes demonstrated.