As you are probably aware, former Del. Tim Hugo (R) is running for the VA GOP’s Lt. Governor nomination. For more on Hugo, see Audio: Leading VA GOP Lt. Gov. Candidate Tim Hugo Wildly Fearmongers on “Defund the Police,” Immigrants and COVID, Crime, etc.; Falsely Claims Democrats a “Threat to All of Us”; Virginia GOP Lt. Gov. Candidate Tim Hugo “Honored,” “Excited” To Be Endorsed By Far-Right Culture Warrior Who Referred To “Ruth Traitor Ginsburg”; Said Gay Marriage Like “Counterfeit Money,” Will “Hurt Everyone”; etc.; As Virginia Republicans Lurch Ever Further to the Far Right, LG Candidate Tim Hugo (R) Endorsed By Viciously Anti-Immigrant, Extremist Ken Cuccinelli; etc.
Anyway, so Hugo just sent out a mailer, attacking one of his main rivals (Del. Glenn Davis) for the nomination, apparently because Davis participated in “Pridefest” with the Republican Party of Virginia Beach. Gross.
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So, the question is, are these companies – and the IRS, which has a “partnership” with Hugo’s group – cool with having someone who expresses noxious views (xenophobic, homophobic, you name it) such as Hugo’s, as head of its the “Free File Alliance?” If so, why?