Kathleen Kane emerged victorious yesterday and hit the airwaves to reflect.
“I’m happy and I believe my supporters are happy and Pennsylvanians are happy to move on,” she said of the result.
The Attorney General also made clear she believes it is her mission to remove politics from government.
“Now that I’m on the inside and I see it and I feel it everyday. I realize now more than ever that politics is a disease on this commonwealth and it needs to be cut out,” Kane states.
The AG was less critical of the recent effort to launch impeachment proceedings in the State House.
“At least it’s the right process, you know,” she said. “I never believed that this senate was the right process and I like everyone to follow the rules. The rules are supposed to be followed for everyone no matter who they are or where they are in their lot in life and the Constitution says the proper process is impeachment.”
She also reiterated her belief that she is being persecuted because of her efforts to uncover the various pornographic and offensive emails that have been sent and shared by state officials.
“I know I did nothing wrong. I know it and I know that they will see it too,” she asserted.
“I’m not surprised because everywhere I go I feel the support of Pennsylvanians,” she stated. “They’re tired of what’s happening, I think they see through everything that’s going on. They’re very supportive.”
“I think that when you’re faced with the situation I have been faced, you find your inner grit, and I think I found it more than I ever thought I had it,” Kane concluded.