Below is a condensed version of the video referenced the other day of Potomac District Supervisor Andrea McGimsey giving a presentation in Delaware on behalf of her employer, the Climate Prosperity Project.

Someone may claim this version of the publicly available video is in some sense “out of context” so I urge you to click the link above to watch the unedited video if you are motivated to do so.

I think this one below may be useful if you only have six minutes instead of 30.

Basically, this shows that Supervisor McGimsey really should consider answering the questions posed by Loudoun Insider.

Mixing public office with personal gain is a big no-no, and was one of the arguments Ms. McGimsey made against her opponent in the 2007 election which she won. So far, she has ignored the question, and a certain amusing left wing dude has tried to make the case that only the “disreputable” blogs of NovaTownHall and TooConservative are making an issue of possible conflicts of interest.

By taking the cover-up tack to the next level and going after the messengers, Jonathan unwittingly is helping Supervisor McGimsey paint herself into a corner that looks like it will be difficult to get out of unless she comes clean, pronto. As the video below demonstrates, there are a ton of questions to be answered and the conflict of interest question is chief among them.

Such as: How exactly do you have a Loudoun County employee “MIT student” write a program that you then offer to potential business clients for free, and not have a major ethics problem?

Yeah, it might be “disreputable” to ask the question, but if so that is a cross I am willing to bear, Jonathan. Frankly, it looks to me like some very frightened Democrats are circling the wagons without even thinking through the consequences for their own credibility and that of their issues.

You want to drive a final nail into the coffin of climate change alarmist credibility? Blindly throw your support to someone who has perched herself WAAAY out on a limb in terms of credibility.

Andrea McGimsey of Climate Prosperity Project from Joe Budzinski on Vimeo.