Edit, and an apology, on 7/23/2014 -
It has been pointed out to me that the story that serves as the basis of this post was done by Brahm Resnik, not William Pitts, as I originally wrote. The name has been corrected.
My apologies to Brahm Resnik, and William Pitts also - both do some great work and merit proper credit for their work.
Adam Kwasman, a candidate for the Republican nomination in CD1, journeyed to Oracle, Arizona on Tuesday.
He was there to participate in a protest over immigration (OK - a bunch of nativists got together to try to scare some children who are refugees from rampant violence in Central America. They heard a rumor that some of those children would be bused to a facility in Oracle and got their hate on) when a busload of children came by.
He moved in to let the children know what he thought of children fleeing violence. He even tweeted about it (courtesy Arizona Republic) -
He left shortly thereafter and drove to Phoenix.
While there, Brahm Resnik, a reporter from KPNX (Phoenix channel 12) interviewed him briefly. Kwasman doubled down on his "abrogation of the rule of law" theme from the tweet. He was droning on and on about how scared and sad the children were.
Until he took a breath, and Resnik took the opportunity to inform Kwasman that his busload of "immigrant kids" was actually busload of "YMCA camp kids".
"They were sad too."
Full video of Kwasman's weasel moment -