In 2011, the corrupt, Democrat run state of Maryland gerrymandered the sixth congressional, splitting it in half and flooding the largely rural and conservative district with Democrat voters from the Suburbs of Leviathan. It is currently represented by John Delaney, a Democrat who narrowly defeated Republican Dan Bongino.
Having said all that, John Delaney appears to be a relatively decent person, according to Dan Bongino.
In a conversation with his Democratic opponent a few months ago, Bongino revealed that his wife had been experiencing health issues, which had forced him to limit campaign appearances. Delaney responded with a handwritten letter “expressing his heartfelt concerns for my wife and my family, given the circumstances we were dealing with,” according to Bongino.
“I never forgot that,” Bongino wrote on Facebook Friday. “It reminded me that although our wonderful country is currently marked by passionate political differences, these differences should never become personal.”
Washington might be a better place if more Democrats were like John Delaney and fewer of them were like Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Barack Obama, Debbie Wasserman-Schulz, Valerie Jarrett, Alan Grayson, Shirley Jackson-Lee, Maxine Waters, Jim Clyburn, Rosa deLauro, and the rest of the “War on Women” “Republicans are racists who want to destroy the Earth and bring back child labor” brigade.
I would still rather have had Dan Bongino in Congress, though.