Republican candidate Doug Mastriano may be in trouble and have some explaining to do in a court of law. January 6th, 2021 is a day our nation will forever remember when the unimaginable happened and the advertised ‘peaceful protest’ broke loose and the insurrection happened. Mastriano rented three buses and transported local residents to Washington DC for the event.
At the demonstration he clearly violated several police barriers and led his followers into the Capitol building with possible intent to commit a crime. Despite video evidence he has made the argument saying he did not violate or cross any police barriers nor breached the Capitol building. Democratic candidate, Calvin Clements, running for state Senate alleged he has recognized the ludicrous behavior of Mastriano and decided to stand up for the rule of law and the constitution itself.
Clements has filed a petition with the Department of State and has had quite a few followers join him in regards. He has filed the lawsuit himself, for he did not want to drag any others into legal ramifications. On May 10th, he will argue the merits of continuing the action of the lawsuit. Although if you drive down any road you may see Doug Mastriano banners and signs blasted down the lawns of various households, Clements is not the least bit worried about how this may affect his running position.
“I am least concerned how this will affect my Senate campaign.” Clements told Q’Hubo News. “The voters need to know this man is a liar and disrespects the tenants of American democracy. Subsequent to his actions on Jan 6th, he held a collusion meeting in Gettysburg and established alternate electors which is not found in the US or PA constitution. I believe this is further evidence of intent to subvert the US Constitution. “Although this lawsuit may not have a quick enough timeframe prior to the primary, there could still be enough time prior to the general election.
If Mastriano is found culpable under the lawsuit it will be referred to the Department of Defense for further review. Clements is running for senate to return PA to fiscal solvency. He is looking to help aid retirement and health benefits as well as support the state and local police departments.