How does a Republican governor remain popular in a traditionally Democratic Party state? The answer is quite simple: he acts as a “Republican in name only,” or what is commonly referred to as a RINO.
Given the recent tensions in the Middle East, one would have to question why Gov. Larry Hogan would want to bring more refugees into a state that is quickly becoming a sanctuary for illegals.
How can Gov. Hogan guarantee the safety of our citizens knowing that some of the jurisdictions within the state are considered sanctuaries?
Many of our readers can recall our article on the brutal murder committed by the notorious and savage MS-13 gang in Baltimore County. We almost forgot, Baltimore County just set a record for the most number of homicides committed in a single year.
Apparently the governor had doubts about this refugee issue, as evidenced in the following quote in the Hill:
Hogan was part of a group of governors who sought to prevent the resettlement of Syrian refugees in their states. That debate was fueled by security concerns following deadly terrorist attacks in Paris that left over 100 people dead and nearly 500 people wounded.
It appears that Gov. Hogan will go any way the wind blows. The Post will provide more evidence of that in an upcoming article regarding overseas companies attempting to build windmills in Ocean City.
We wonder just how many risks Gov. Hogan is willing to take.