Not to go all Columbo “Oh, just one more question on you,” but since last night I had been wracking my noggin to remember where else I had seen Adam McGough, the city council candidate who is being questioned about where his family lived while his children were enrolled in Highland Park ISD, in print.
Just now, the all-knowing Wylie H. Dallas jogged my memory with a Facebook post.
It was Vanity Fair. The Ebola story. And let me tell you why this is important: McGough explains, in the story, that one night during the worst of the Thomas Duncan time frame, he went home. Home, where his wife and kids were sitting in their minivan because the power was out.
Now, I’m no rocket scientist, but why wouldn’t they just go to the condo? The condo in Highland Park. Where they lived, because that’s what they told the Dallas Morning News when they explained they pulled their kids out of HPISD at winter break? That condo probably had tons of electricity, right?
This story just gets fishier and fishier.