Kathy Weppner : So Proud of Her Radio Program She Deleted All Evidence of It
by Alan Bedenko (@BuffaloPundit) - posted 7:30 am, March 31, 2014
On her website, Republican candidate for Congress in NY-26 Kathy Weppner adds this to her biography:
She began her broadcasting career on WBEN’s Straight Talk with Kathy Weppner in 2005 focusing on citizen advocacy and engagement in the political process. On air, Kathy earned a reputation as a strong voice for those who have a difficult time speaking for themselves due to inequity in power. She intends to carry that voice to Washington to help overcome the unique challenges facing Western New York.
Being a strong voice for the weak sure sounds good, but is that really what she did? Until she declared, her site was still up. Then she scrubbed a few especially outrageous items from it. Then she got rid of the whole site, but it was still available on the Internet Archive.
Here is Kathy Weppner’s website archive as of Sunday afternoon.
If you can’t defend what you say when no one’s paying attention, how can you say you deserve the voters’ trust? This candidacy just got a whole lot more interesting, and I’m going to spend this week culling what we still can about “Kathy from Williamsville”, starting with her several calls to the Rush Limbaugh program.