He broke his neck to get on this site to defend his grandpa when Grandpa got caught hosting a fundraiser for a candidate in the 13th congressional district GOP primary. But professional chicken chaser Dallas Woodhouse is still working away at kicking the former chairman of the state party:
North Carolina Republican Party officials say the former state chairman is misleading about how they alerted him on a meeting last month in which party activists sacked him.
Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse released a party staff memo this week challenging allegations that Hasan Harnett made at last weekend’s GOP convention.Harnett says he didn’t receive details about the charges against him and people on the Executive Committee who signed a petition seeking a removal hearing by the committee April 30.The memo says the party sent the charges and meeting notice five ways.
The memo included documents showing one package sent to Harnett’s home had been refused.
Harnett was accused of overstepping his authority and working to bring down the party’s computer system.
Harnett didn’t respond Wednesday to a text seeking comment.
Lee County GOP vice chairman Jim Womack once again took on the thankless, hopeless task of trying to talk sense to Brad’s, um, “challenged” little brother:
While I appreciate you sending me the Memo earlier today, and now this link
to a Washington Times article, I find it curious that the NCGOP continues to
fan the flames about the former Chairman being deposed. These matters are
normally best left for internal party consumption. Surely you understand
the circulation of statements in state and national media only foments more
grass roots discontent with the NCGOP. Local party activists are becoming more and more disaffected with each new note that is released. Unless it is your plan to destroy the chances for state and local candidates to be successful this fall, I should think you would prefer to suppress ratherthan promote discussion of Mr. Harnett’s case.
Moreover, I think we both know there were many violations of the party’s
Plan of Organization and Roberts Rules of Order during the whole run-up to
the April 30th hearing and the conduct of the hearing itself. The more
attention you draw to those events, the riskier it is that the NCGOP might
be sued for malfeasance, whether slander, libel or other tort claim.
Perhaps your general counsel hasn’t coached you on media release best
practices. I’d suggest you use caution. Else you may suffer the same (or
worse) treatment as Mr. Harnett.
Of course, the boy wonder COULD NOT take a hint:
Jim you defended him. He made claims in public and to the media. and In front of the entire Convention. So we responded. Should we not provide the requested information?
Should we not be transparent ? He would not address these things privately when we asked him to step into the staff office at the Convention. He surrounded us with a handful of his supports and video Cameras.
We said we would provide the information and we are doing so.
Womack TRIED once more:
Dallas, my point was merely that the party should avoid these very public statements against Mr. Harnett. To further escalate these points about Hasan only harms the party. I was under the impression the party was trying to get unified. This media attention will not accomplish that objective.
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