SOUTHERN CITY 'REBELS' TELL HILLARY AND BILL 'STAY OUT'
Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Pacific
May 4, 2016
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After the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign staff attempted to use the fire department and its resources in the city of Logan, West Virginia for the Hillary and Bill Clinton visits to the area, fire department brass telephoned the Mayor of Logan and angrily complained about the planned photo opportunity for Hillary's campaign.
The anger on the part of the firefighters stems from a March 13, 2014 Democratic Town Hall event in Ohio. Hillary Clinton proudly boasted, "We’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.”
"Mrs. Clinton hasn't seemed to learn that while she's addressing one group -- in this case climate change fanatics -- members of another group may be listening," said former police officer and volunteer fireman Gordon "Gordo" Johnson. "It's obvious she was trying to outflank socialist Bernie Sanders on the left since the environmental fanatics are a large part of the Democratic base," he added.
When news arrived that the Clinton campaign wished visit the city, Logan officials then took matters into their own hands and sent an e-mail sent to Mike Browning, a representative for Senator Joe Manchin.
Logan officials have reacted to Hillary Clinton and her statement by informing Senator Manchin of their feelings towards her stance on the coal industry and do not want the Clintons within Logan city limits.
Bill Clinton was scheduled to visit Logan and Charleston on Sunday April 30, 2016. Hillary Clinton was scheduled to visit Williamson, WV on Monday May 01, 2016. More campaign stops are scheduled in West Virginia, but the details have still not been released.
The e-mail sent to the state's leading politicos stated the following: