#hayesscandal: The verdict is IN …


The NCGOP’s ruling body met for SEVEN HOURS yesterday to discuss the fate of Robin Hayes and Dallas Woodhouse.  As you may have heard by now, NCGOP chairman Hayes has been slapped with FIVE federal criminal indictments.  Yet, he has been allowed — in an unprecedented move – to keep his job and appoint his own temporary replacement.


Woodhouse has had a disastrous tenure.  Every aspect of his job performance can be classified as a charlie-foxtrot.  Pretty much all of his TV appearances have been embarrassing to Republicans coast-to-coast.  While he and his grandpa have been in charge, the party coffers have nearly dried up and Republicans have nearly lost all they gained in Raleigh in 2010 and 2012.



(An unnamed GOP staffer was mentioned in the Hayes indictment documents for aiding and abetting the alleged bribery scheme. The lack of curiosity by NCGOP leaders about the identity of said staffer is absolutely appalling.)


According to sources involved in Sunday’s seven hour powwow,  NCGOP leaders approved the following measures:


(1) formally request Robin Hayes’s resignation, and 


(2) allow Dallas Woodhouse to resign upon the adjournment of the the state party convention. 


I am told there was a significant contingent in the meeting arguing passionately (and seriously) that:  Dallas and Robin have done a great job and need to be retained.  



If you remember,  Hasan Harnett was FIRED in disgrace by this same group of people.  He was not investigated, as far as I know, by law enforcement.  He was not indicted for any criminal activity.  But Robin Hayes, with his FiVE indictments, is being allowed to decide IF he wants to quit.



Sunday’s decision  leaves the door open for both of these guys to keep their claws in the party.  What happens if Hayes says NO to the “request” to resign?


Remember how these people foisted Dallas on Hasan?  I can easily see Jim Womack winning, and this group “forgetting” all about this “request” for Dallas’s resignation, or tearing up his resignation letter.



During Sunday’s meeting, participants actually expressed concerns about things looking “bad” if Dallas and Robin and Dallas were to be run off.   HOW COULD IT LOOK ANY WORSE THAN IT ALREADY DOES?


All future drive-by media reports will be referring to “NCGOP chairman Robin Hayes, currently under indictment”.   And, by the way,  we have TWO special congressional elections going on.  The seats, hotly contested by the Democrats, have been in GOP hands for 25 and 60 years, respectively.



Yet, NCGOP leaders are showing more passion, fire, and effort in saving  Hayes and Woodhouse than they are in saving those two seats and pulling the party organization out of the ditch in which it currently rests.


The extent to which these people are prepared to burn the whole house down to save these two guys is appalling.  It honestly borders on mental illness.


IF ONLY they showed this much fire in going after the Democrats ( or doing things like, oh, defending Mark Harris when an election is being stolen from him) …

4 thoughts on “#hayesscandal: The verdict is IN …

  1. The problem was not as much Obama as it was people who voted for Obama. The problem is not the Central Committee as much as it is the people who vote for the people on the Central Committee. We have to get better candidates who share our values to run for the positions that put people on the Central Committee. The current members obviously do not share our values, and they don’t known a d*** thing about marketing.

    If we can’t elect “our” people, we will have to sit back and shut up. That’s what the people in control want, and so long as they are in control, that’s what they get. It’s a very discouraging situation. No competent business person would ever leave a terminated employee in position to be able to do significant damage while working out his notice. Dallas should have been escorted from the building.

    Is there hope that Jim Womack will be any better? We get a lot of promises but few deliveries on those promises. I, for one, think Jim is about our only hope. He can be to the state party what Donald Trump is to the country.

  2. The drive-bys are reporting Dallas “I have the hat I have the glasses” Woodhouse is leaving after the convention in June.

    I do find one thing very interesting in their reporting. I have seen a few articles and he is touted as “former grassroots activist and former TV reporter” in some of these drive by articles and even a couple of conservative publications. Nowhere is he being repoorted as former janiotr at the State Fairgrounds. He must have written his own departure press release.

    Just pointing that out for what it is worth.

  3. Every linthead in Kannapolis is hoping that Hayes goes to jail and is fined
    millions which should go to the many workers who were underpaid for long hours and for
    being overcharged for substandard housing while the Cannons played at Hyannisport with the Kennedys.
    What goes around comes around.

  4. Time to flush the Republican Party swamP. Only a clean sweep will do it.

    Do not drop your guard. The RINO’s and liberal Republicans are hard at work trying to retain power.

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