This post from The Perspicacious Conservative appeared in the PP inbox. I couldn’t find a name on the blog, so we’ll call her Miss PC. (Truth – I had to Google the definition of perspicacious.)
According to Miss PC’s Gold Dome Power Players vs. Local Bloggers post:
Back in May, I published a post detailing John Albers’ redistricting shenanigans in regards to Brandon Beach and the primary race in Senate District 21. I expressed my support for Brandon Beach in the district based on my personal interactions with him and his plans for Fulton and Cherokee counties.
Now, there are a few things to understand. It’s been two years since I worked on the Albers Senate campaign and I sealed the bad memories solely on the fact that I have had no issue succeeding since I left Mr. Albers and figured he would self-destruct on his own. Even though I did not sign a confidentiality agreement, I originally planned to just “let it go”.
Spoiler alert: she has not let it go.
From here, some of the comments get gossipy and catty, but here’s the thing – what’s gonna happen when all the young blonde interns collectively start putting their information together and find their voice?
Are bloggers and social media savvy interns the next best thing to true Ethics Reform?