It appears I am not the only one unsettled by discovering that there is substantial Bloomberg money in the NC Supt Race.
From the OnlyGunsAndMoney Blogspot: No Lawyers – Only Guns and Money
Johnson is a lawyer in Winston-Salem, a member of the Winston-Salem Forsyth County Board of Education, and is an alumnus ofTeach for America who taught high school in Charlotte. According to Andrea Dillon aka Lady Liberty 1885 who is staunch Common Core opponent, Johnson has told her he is not a fan of Common Core.
What makes me leery of Mark Johnson is a personal contribution to his campaign by our longtime friend Mike Bloomberg. Bloomberg and his daughter Emma have donated a combined $5,200 to Johnson’s campaign. Johnson says he doesn’t know why the Bloombergs made the donation. He said, “Some of his people mailed a check to me.”
Sorry, dude, but checks like that come with obligations to the donor. Just ask Virginia AG Mark Herring. If Johnson wins, will he be expected to fight to keep schools gun-free zones? Or will he argue before the General Assembly that they should overturn the law which allows concealed carriers to keep their firearms in locked vehicles on school property? Will Everytown’s joke of “gun safety” training be mandated in NC schools?
And another from the NC Shooters Association:
CLICK HERE to view GRNC candidate recommendations
(or go to: http://www.grnc.org/documents/2016-GRNC-Primary-Candidate-Recommendations.pdf).
here, candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Mark Johnson, is shaping up to be a minion of anti-gun carpetbagger, Michael Bloomberg. If you “follow the money” and draw logical conclusions:
DO NOT VOTE FOR MARK JOHNSON FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION