Watchdog.org has connected the dots between Terry McAuliffe’s gubernatorial campaign, his car company known as GreenTech that is now the focus of an SEC probe, and the Democratic Party of Virginia. The latest in this parade is Virtucon’s old pal Levar “Slasher” Stoney that we have been chronicling since 2010.
What is news here is that Stoney, who previously served as DPVA’s executive director and is now McAuliffe’s deputy campaign manager, also served as GreenTech’s director of public and government affairs.
Stashing campaign operatives during the political off-season is not unusual. Typically, though, such individuals are assigned to political action committees or some other partisan function.
I don’t know about you, but if I were running a car company I wouldn’t give a job to someone involved in a tire slashing conspiracy. Go figure.