Cheating Chad Mayes Still Lists Himself as Assembly GOP Leader on Social Media
August 24, 2017.
That is a day that will go down in infamy in the narcissistic mind of "Cheating Chad" Mayes -- the fake conservative sellout that led a group of "cap and traitors" to vote for the largest gas tax increase in American history.
Why? Because it is the day his colleagues in the assembly got together and voted him out of leadership.
Make no mistake -- Mayes and his staff are still extremely bitter that American Children First and the rest of our merry band of "keyboard warriors" forced his ouster from leadership in the legislature.
Joe Justin, his chief of staff, was the architect of the "cap and trade" sellout. He constantly whines on his social media about the stunning loss. He refers to me as a "white nationalist" and cries about how nobody in the California Republican Party understands "data" or how to win.
Both Justin and Mayes think they are the smartest political minds in the universe. Their collective arrogance is so great that Justin put out this doozy of a tweet before drowning his tears in some beer at the bar.
Some In GOP don't know how to win, don't recognize a win, and only care about their next campaign. https://t.co/kWMn3HNo4Z— Joe Justin (@JoeDJustin) August 24, 2017
Think about this for one second. Justin cries about how we don't know how to win or recognize a win. This is coming from the guy who was single-handedly responsible for one of the most embarrassing political defeats in the history of California Republican politics.
The "keyboard warriors" he detests annihilated Mayes & Co. We created so much anger and frustration that the state party chairman and the official party apparatus called upon Mayes to resign as leader. One of the most compelling arguments presented by those executive board members against the position was that it was unprecedented.
The guy talking about knowing how to win was completely oblivious to the idea that voting for the largest gas tax increase in American history might actually alienate those conservative voters that voted for his boss.
How bad does it sting for Chad?
Let's go big guy -- it's time to update your pages.
Time to rip off the old band-aid and move on, Chad. Stop spreading fake news and update your profiles to reflect that you have been ousted and rejected by real conservatives in the California GOP.
And make no mistake. It isn't like he has avoided social media since he lost or doesn't know how to update a website.
He posted on Facebook today and last posted on Twitter two months after his ouster.
And Mayes has updated his campaign website since we exposed his affair.
Whereas he used to proudly present himself as a married man and the son of a pastor who played in his church's worship service -- his scrubbed website no longer mentions his wife or Christian faith.
Now surely, if Mayes can find time to strip his website of any mention of his wife he cheated on or his Christian faith, can't he find the time to remove any reference to himself as the Assembly GOP Leader on his social media pages?
Because we know that Mayes is struggling to come to grips with the new reality of his political career burning in ruins, we would like to dedicate this song to him.
Hold on -- for one more day!