Lyin’ Paul Mango’s Greatest Hits
In Preparation For Tuesday’s Debate: A Recap Of The Desperate Candidate’s Swings and Misses From Thursday Night
Last week, the 2018 Republican gubernatorial candidates participated in their first major debate of the Primary Election at Harrisburg Area Community College, and the Republican Party of Pennsylvania’s endorsed candidate Scott Wagner was the clear winner. Paul Mango, however, knowing Wagner’s strong position in the polls, tried to use the debate as an opportunity to launch desperate, and false attacks against him in the hopes of gaining some traction in the race.
With a second gubernatorial primary debate set to take place in Philadelphia on Tuesday morning, it’s imperative to correct the record on the fiction Paul Mango put forward last week. Below are the top five lies he told on Thursday. Do not be fooled if he tries going back to the well with them tomorrow.
1) PAUL MANGO: “When we served our clients, we served our clients principally on growth, and job creation, and internationally expansion, and competitive – so I’ll go at anytime with Senator Wagner on job creation.”
2) PAUL MANGO: “I appreciate all that Senator Wagner is doing but he also supports legislation called the Clean Slate bill, which would preclude employers, like in pharmacies and hospitals from understanding whether or not they were hiring a convicted felon drug dealer. That would put our children’s safety and security at risk. It is incoherent. We cannot advance the Clean Slate bill for convicted felon drug dealers and fight the drug overdose epidemic at the same time.”
3) PAUL MANGO: “I’ll tell you what I wouldn’t do, I wouldn’t support Senator Wagner’s bathroom bill that permits anyone to walk into our girls locker rooms in our K-12 schools.”
4) PAUL MANGO: “Senator Wagner in the York Dispatch was quoted as saying the Pennsylvania Abortion Control Act was doing it’s job and he wouldn’t change it… He is putting our children, our unborn children in danger.”
5) PAUL MANGO: “I voted for Donald Trump twice, I supported him financially.”