Republican Gregg Richman who suspended his campaign for the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas on August 29th has announced that he is returning to the campaign trail. His first scheduled appearance is at Bertucci’s at the Plymouth Meeting Mall on September 10th.
Richman suspended his campaign after MoreThanTheCurve.com published screen captures showing Richman’s Facebook account using derogatory language about Muslims and Jews (Richman is Jewish). Richman claims he was hacked.
Richman did acknowledge that a video published by MoreThanTheCurve.com, in which he calls for the “elimination” of the migrants at the border even if it required a “blood bath” while evoking names like MacArthur and Patton, was in fact him.
In response to MoreThanTheCurve.com’s coverage, Richman went on Facebook Live for 38 minutes to explain himself and bash this website. He then suspended his campaign.
The Montgomery County Republican Committee has rescinded its endorsement so his return to the campaign trail will come without the support of the party apparatus.