The left’s new strategy is all about abandoning the truth and focusing on storytelling. A new job posting for a Communication Consultant reads,
“Seeking an excellent writer with a passion for storytelling to join the Public Affairs Division of the Washington State Attorney General’s Office in Olympia.”
We are not sure how someone with a “passion for storytelling” will benefit the Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office but, considering the liberal agenda in Washington State, we are sure they will be put to use.
The posting goes onto include the following job description,
“Establishes and maintains partnerships with stakeholders (community groups, consumer advocacy groups, legal services, business groups, reporters, media outlets, and other state and federal agencies) to build alliances that will allow the AGO to reach the most expansive and targeted audiences possible and maximize consumer and business education resources and opportunities. Determines need and type of outreach and education programs and establishes objectives of such programs.”
Question for the Attorney General’s Office:
Does FUSE Washington and its new storytelling campaign qualify as a “stakeholder” the Communications Consultant is expected to build an “alliance” with… or is that alliance already in place?
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