Yesterday, supporters of the Attorney General gathered in the Capitol Rotunda to defend Kane and call for the prosecution of her enemy Frank Fina.
Nevertheless, it appears the AG was grateful for their efforts.
Wilson reported that one speaker read from a supportive email she claimed was from Kane. While Kane’s spokesman Chuck Ardo couldn’t confirm if that exact message was from the Attorney General, he did state that one had been sent.
“I can only confirm the attorney general sent a message of appreciation to her supporters,” Ardo told Wilson.
The Tribune-Review’s Brad Bumsted captured some of Kane’s message.
“Everywhere I go, I hear the unwavering support, even in the restrooms on the Turnpike, from people like you who are shocked that something like this can actually occur,” the Attorney General wrote. “We hold onto our mantra of ‘no retreat, no surrender’. I feel like this fight is not about just me but about every person in Pennsylvania I vowed I would stand up for.”
With the Attorney General’s law license on the line, this wasn’t exactly the groundswell she was likely hoping her.