Josh Mandel, Northeast Ohio Native, Faked Southern Accent At Romney Event In Latest Attempt To Mislead Ohioans
COLUMBUS, OHIO – In case you missed it, Josh Mandel, who hails from northeast Ohio and wears Politifact Ohio’s “Pants on Fire crown,” was caught shockingly faking a southern accent this week in Beallsville, Ohio on the campaign trail with Mitt Romney.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reported:
“In Beallsville, Romney briefly yielded the stage to U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel, who gave an odd minute-and-a-half speech where he started with a southern accent unheard before. Mandel lives in Lyndhurst near Cleveland.”
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“As if blowing off work and hiring unqualified campaign workers and friends at taxpayer expense wasn’t evidence enough of his blatant disregard for the people who elected him treasurer expecting that he’d do his job, Josh Mandel has now stooped to faking his accent as a means of earning votes,” said Ohio Democratic Party spokesman Andrew Zucker. “It’s sad, it’s pathetic and unfortunately it’s concrete proof that he is just another politician who can’t be trusted.”