New Day For America PAC (supporting Republican John Kasich) has issued this ad letting Donald Trump's words speak for himself.
I do appreciate the one word question: "Presidential?"
File under #InfightingIsFun.
|Kathryn Knott (R) with Philip Williams and Kevin Harrigan who pled guilty to assaulting two gay men in Center City|
A Common Pleas jury is expected to hear that Knott, 25, of Southampton, had posted the following on her @kathryn_knott Twitter account:
* "@krisssstenxoxo the ppl we were just dancing with just turned and mafe out with eatch other #gay #ew"
* "jazz flute is for little fairy boys"
* "@g0_nads he's gonna rip me today for my hair..just wait. #dyke"
* "this camo song is gay like all the other brad paisley songs"
Knott faces trial on a count of conspiracy, two counts of aggravated assault and related offenses in the September 2014 attack on a gay couple in Center City. Jury selection is expected to take place Dec. 9. Opening statements would likely begin the next day.
Besides Knott, two others in her group, Philip Williams, of Warminster, and Kevin Harrigan, of Warrington, were also charged with aggravated assault, conspiracy and related offenses.
Last month, Williams, 25, and Harrigan, 27, accepted commonwealth offers to plead guilty before Common Pleas Judge Frank Palumbo. Williams pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and conspiracy and was sentenced to five years' probation.
Harrigan pleaded to simple assault and conspiracy and was sentenced to three years' probation. Both were ordered to perform community service at a center supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, to stay away from Center City while on probation and to pay restitution.
Knott turned down a plea offer and opted to take her case to trial.
Barry, in arguing Tuesday for Knott's tweets to be introduced at her trial, told the judge: "She does not like gay people. This is why the fight happened. . . . She's one of the people who jumped in and joined the assault."
The prosecutor said an independent witness saw Knott run into the fight and punch Hesse.
He said the victims also heard her call out the word "faggot."
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