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Hilton, a Fox News commentator who over the weekend had connected
some Burisma corruption dots, had this to say about Connecticut U.S.
Senator Dick Blumenthal’s association with the tangled knot of corruption in
Ukraine: “We cross-referenced the Senate co-sponsors of Ed Markey's Ukraine
gas bill with the list of Democrats whom Burisma lobbyist,
David Leiter, routinely gave money to and found another one -- one of the
most sanctimonious of them all, actually -- Sen. Richard Blumenthal."
Dave Walker, who is running
for Lieutenant Governor on the Republican Party ticket, is recognized by most
credible political observers as perhaps the most over qualified candidate for
Lieutenant Governor in state history.
He is a member of
the Accounting Hall of Fame and for ten years was the Comptroller General of
the United States. When Mr. Walker talks about budgets, financing and pension viability,
Mr. Walker is also
attuned to fine nuances in political campaigning. He is not running for
governor, he says, because he had moved to Connecticut only four years ago and
wishes to respect the political pecking order. Very few people in the state
think that, were he governor, Mr. Walker would know less about the finance side
of government than his budget chief.
U.S. Senator Chris
Murphy has been roughly cuffed by some news outlets, but not by Vox, which published
on April 16 a worshipful article on Connecticut’s Junior Senator, “The
Senator of State: How
Connecticut’s Chris Murphy, a rising Democratic star, would run the world.” On April 15, The
Federalist mentioned Murphy in an article entitled “Sen.
Chris Murphy: China And The World Health Organization Did Nothing Wrong. The lede was a blow to Murphy’s solar
plexus: “Democratic Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy exonerated China of any
wrongdoing over the global pandemic stemming from the novel Wuhan coronavirus
on Tuesday. “’The reason that
we’re in the crisis that we are today is not because of anything that China
did, is not because of anything the WHO [World Health Organization] did,’ said
Murphy during a prime-time interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.”