The question, “Will he or won’t he?” has finally been answered.
When I ran for County Executive, we set a bold vision for a #BetterBaltimoreCounty.
In just a few years, we've proven together that transformative change is possible. But there is still more to be done.
That's why I'm excited to announce I will be seeking re-election in 2022: pic.twitter.com/ymoxb9RIbx
— Johnny Olszewski, Jr. (@JohnnyOJr) May 6, 2021
To be honest, our response was two-fold.
On one hand, we thought, “Oh, great. We have the potential to be stuck with ‘Commie Johnny’ for another four years.”
On the other hand, we realized that at least he won’t take his brand of so-called ‘leadership’ statewide … for now. We know he’s going to run for governor in the future, so we won’t call it a ‘bullet dodged.’
Rather, it is a ‘bullet delayed.’
It’s no secret that we are not a fan of Johnny O. (Just check out our previous articles to learn more.) We’ve often been accused of having a personal vendetta against the county executive.
That simply is not true, folks. Our beef with ‘Commie Johnny’ isn’t personal. We just call it as we see it, and what we’ve seen has left us feeling very uneasy about his ‘leadership.’
From catering and pandering to different groups—developers, the teachers’ union, the public school system—to his false claims and fake offers of transparency, we just don’t think Johnny O is the best person for the job.
We challenge the county executive to prove us wrong…