Bevin Promises “We’ll Get To The Bottom Of This” When Asked About KY’s Rank Among States

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bevin Editor’s Note: The following was previously published on The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of Fake News You Can’t Count On. In January, Politico released its 3rd annual rankings of the United States. Kentucky came in a very poor 44th, and apparently Governor Matt Bevin is finally finding out about it. "We'll get to the bottom of this," Bevin assured Kentuckians when he was asked about the list. "I'm very curious about the methodology behind this list, and I refuse to rest until we get to the bottom of it." "When I find out who decided this ranking, I'm gonna be ready to fight," Bevin said. "I wont be pulling any punches. It is going to go down." "I really want to know each thing that goes into determining the rankings," Bevin said, clearly unaware that each factor was plainly laid out within Politico's article. "Did they consider our Strength Of Schedule (1 Narcotics)? Does it include KenPom? Who knows? The rankings are probably just in alphabetical order." "At the end of the day, we're gonna scratch and claw our way through this," Bevin said. "And when they stack us up against the country again, we plan on being the last state standing." "I want Kentucky to be the bell [sic] of the ball. Even if that bell came from a factory that burned down and then took a bunch of government bailout money." It's unclear whether or not Bevin leaving New Hampshire factored into that state's #1 ranking, but come on, it most certainly did. To keep up with The New Circle Circular, like the Facebook page or follow Harold Leeder’s Twitter Account.

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