Wednesday, March 02, 2022

Sure Why Not

It is 2022, after all.
WASHINGTON – A revelation of infidelity that surfaced just before Tuesday’s primary could have dragged down Rep. Van Taylor, a two-term Plano Republican, forcing a runoff with former Collin County judge Keith Self.

The affair surfaced thanks to a third candidate, Suzanne Harp.

A Plano resident named Tania Joya -- an ex-jihadist and widow of the most infamous American to join the Islamic State – said she contacted Harp last Thursday, hoping she would confront Taylor privately and persuade him to drop out and resign from Congress.