And he's probably getting ready to tell more lies to cover these:
Gov. Pat McCrory says a pair of 24-year-old campaign staffers landed senior-level jobs in his administration because they were the most qualified applicants, beating out older candidates. But the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, where Matthew McKillip and Ricky Diaz got big promotions and raises after only a few weeks of government service, has been unable to provide any evidence their positions were ever advertised or that other applicants were considered.
In response to a public records request from The Associated Press, the state agency indicated there were no job postings or written skill requirements for the high-paying positions awarded to the young Republicans.
I figured as much. If those positions had been posted, there would have been several applicants with much better qualifications than these two political brown-nosers. DAG McCrory is about to learn a harsh lesson: you only lie when you absolutely have to, not when it's merely convenient. Because the lies themselves can be more damaging than the truth, however base and unjustifiable the truth may be.