This hardly seems like actions befitting somebody serving as a State Attorney General.
The West Virginia Attorney’s General race has been hit by controversy after incumbent Democrat Darrell McGraw was captured on video intimidating a young member of his opponent Patrick Morrisey’s staff.
In the video, McGraw, 75, approaches and begins to bully 24-year-old Morrisey staffer and tracker Justin Lafferty, asking him how he “got into the filming business.” Unrelenting, he asks, “Are you a stalker? Is this guy a stalker?” A woman joins in the fray, saying, “I don’t know but we don’t do that down here.”
The state’s chief law enforcement officer then mumbles, “Well let me tell you — look –” before he reaches for McGraw’s camera; the video then ends abruptly.
It’s hard to tell, but whatever happens in the end is swift and pretty jolting when watching the video. It appears as if McGraw engages Lafferty in conversation as a way to sneak in and either take or hit the camera.
What do you think?