Pennsylvania dished out $12k silence victims of Rep. Margo Davidson’s accident

A Pennsylvania couple just cashed in on a $12,000 check after disgraced Delaware County State Representative Margo Davidson slammed her taxpayer-funded vehicle into their car in 2015 – yc.news obtained a copy of the glitzy check issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania!

“She made it clear she didn’t want this getting out until after the primary,” a source within the state rep’s circle revealed to yc.news. “Had it gotten out at that time, she knew it would add to the media frenzy surrounding her about the other two crashes. She couldn’t handle the damage control.”

The story broke on yc.news and sparked national media attention after Davidson was involved in two accidents with the taxpayer-funded car this year – both times with a suspended driver’s license! The rebellious representative even fled the scene of one accident, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

A Pennsylvania couple just cashed in on a $12,000 check after disgraced Delaware County State Representative Margo Davidson slammed her taxpayer-funded vehicle into their car in 2014 – yc.news obtained a copy of the glitzy check issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania!
The OFFICIAL CHECK issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for Margo’s carelessness! (yc.news)

This was just one of at-least four accidents Davidson caused with the vehicle owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and sources say to expect at-least three more checks to be issued to others injured by the state representative’s careless driving.

“She’s been communicating with the other two people involved in her accidents in January and February,” the source in the politician’s corner disclosed to yc.news. “She threatened to sue the one driver for medical bills and promised the other one she would help them down the line if they ever get caught up in a mess!”

The couple was paid off at the end of February, but the Commonwealth refused to release the settlement details to yc.news until after the May primary, hiding information that could’ve been used by any of Davidson’s opponents.

The Pennsylvania Right to Know Law requires a response within ten days – yc.news originally filed a request on April 16, 2018 but the Commonwealth responded 65 days late, giving yc.news a copy of the docs on June 30, ensuring no negative publicity would interfere with the disobedient politician’s campaign.

As for Davidson, she was found guilty of charges stemming from the Jan 2018 accident and pleaded guilty to charges from the Feb 2018 accident just two weeks ago. According to sources within the stubborn state rep’s camp, she plans on appealing both cases.

Governor Tom Wolf has been a staunch supporter of Davidson throughout the years, appearing at fundraisers, events and even endorsing her on several re-elections, despite her lengthy questionable activity that included falsifying campaign petitions, repeatedly crashing a taxpayer-funded vehicle without a license and even fleeing the scene – the governor has stood side-by-side with the disgraced state representative through her battles.

“When in trouble she knows she could rely on the governor because she’s been a heavy supporter of his and he’s been with her throughout her campaign trail,” a friend close to Davidson told yc.news. “She has the upper hand. She hardly shows up to Harrisburg and gets away with ‘ghost voting’ on a monthly basis. The only time she travels to Harrisburg is when she proposes or co-signs a piece of legislation. Other than that, she could care less!”

Governor Wolf’s Office did not respond to repeated requests for comment.

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Reporting by Nik Hatziefstathiou, Anthony Loro & Agnes Bedard. 

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