But even after hearing her threaten to condemn Lexington Mall and turn it into a softball field, would you ever believe she would vet her hiring of Fayette County Detention Center Director Ron Bishop through a phone call to a woman who runs a coalition of left-wing groups in Memphis, Tennessee?
From Isaac's deposition:
Isaac: (Bishop) had been a jailer before and he had worked in state government.
Question: Jailer where?
Isaac: I believe Memphis.
Q: High jailer or was he just a jail employee?
Isaac: I would not be able to recall without his file in front of me, but I did call a reporter for the Memphis Commercial Appeal and talked to her about what his tenure at the jail in Memphis had been.
Q: What did you find out?
Isaac: That there had been some issues that had come up but all of them had been resolved in his favor.
Q: What issues?
Isaac: I don't recall now.
Q: Sexual harassment?
Isaac: I truly don't recall now but I do remember calling the reporter from the Memphis Commercial Appeal and talking to her.
Q: What did the reporter mean that they had been resolved?
Isaac: I guess if there was some kind of an investigation that it came out it wasn't his fault.
There are a couple of funny things about this: the "reporter" is Deborah Clubb, executive director of Memphis Area Women's Council. She used to be a "reporter" but when she was making excuses for Bishop's long line of issues she was, instead, a firmly entrenched left-wing group activist. Hadn't been a reporter for quite a while.
If Isaac would lie about this, what else might she lie about?
And if Bishop were a Republican rather than a well-connected Democrat, do you imagine these two feminists would be covering for him?