Kathleen Kane—the Clinton-approved candidate vying to be Pennsylvania’s attorney general recently questioned Governor Tom Corbett’s handling of the Jerry Sandusky case. She insinuated that politics played a role in Corbett’s decision-making while handling the case. Well, Governor Corbett was none-too pleased with Kane’s assertion. He was on IQ 106.9 with Philly Post contributor Larry Mendte when he defended his actions and called Kane’s insinuation was an example of her, “reckless disregard for the truth.” [IQ 106.9]
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