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The Gill Report Calls Out Karl Dean for Accepting Left Wing Martin O’Malley Endorsement

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In the audio below, conservative political commentator and Tennessee Star Political Editor Steve Gill of The Gill Report, broadcast live on WETR 92.3 FM in Knoxville, called out gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean for accepting the endorsement of the far Left former governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley, which was already reported here by The Star.

Dean accepted the endorsement gladly and even took to Twitter to boast on it:

“I am honored to have the support of Gov. O’Malley and his Win Back Your State PAC,” Dean commented. “Tennessee’s next governor needs to be a creative problem solver who is going to find common ground for the entire state. Gov. O’Malley is working all across the country to make sure that happens.”

I am honored to have the support of Gov. @MartinOMalley and @WinYourState. Tennessee’s next governor needs to be a creative problem solver who is going to find common ground for the entire state. Governor O’Malley is working all across the country to make sure that happens. https://t.co/K0jLM8gkwO

— Karl Dean (@KarlFDean) May 31, 2018

“Would someone please go get Karl Dean a map,” Gill quipped, continuing to blast him for accepting the endorsement from such a prominent progressive from the Northeast, one who seems so out of step with the state of Tennessee.

The full clip can be heard below. Gill also faulted O’Malley for his anemic presidential campaign and poor leadership in Maryland, which ultimately resulted in the election of a Republican governor in that state.

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2 thoughts on “The Gill Report Calls Out Karl Dean for Accepting Left Wing Martin O’Malley Endorsement

  1. 83ragtop50

    Dean is just showing his roots. He has never embraced the Southern conservative set of values. She should go back to where he came from.

  2. Brian McMurphy

    Maryland is such an example to emulate.

    Which season of The Wire does Tennessee want to become?

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