Tennessee football fanatic and one time Collierville School – Tennessee candidate, married father of three; Auston Wortman, an elder law attorney and physical therapist, was asked to describe his management style in an interview for the school board.
Wortman immediately went to his default position.
Wortman reccalled his football career, and said some leaders (football coaches) were “Vocal” leaders while others were “Action” leaders. In this Youtube interview, Wortman said he favored “action.”
This likely explains why Wortman made a down-payment to the executioner of Wortman’s murder-for-hire, plot. A plot in which Wortman’s wife, and mother of their three children, was the intended recipient of the attorney-physical therapist’s plans.
The simple, brain dead solution – no pun intended
You know how a narcissist thinks. No alimony, no child support, no problem. Just get a girlfriend/nanny. This happens more often than media covers. But in this case, Wortman a physical therapist-attorney, seems especially sinister.
Fortunately, Wortman was arrested. Turns out, the executioner receiving the down payment was an under-cover cop.
More good news. Wortman didn’t win the school board election, either. But you really should watch his interview, which is hilarious. Wortman said – after taking a swipe at California in not sharing some beliefs (wink wink – same sex marriage) but invoked “Respect.” Also, Wortman described how he deals with “conflict” both in his occupation as a physical therapist, and attorney.
[SPOILER ALERT: Wortman said, “It’s important not to over-react.”] I told ya the interview was hilarious!
Wait. School board position?
Sure. Makes perfect sense. Check out how rooted in misogyny, school boards routinely demonstrate they are, using these few examples.
More chilling was Wortman’s take on his position for the school board In Auston Wortman’s mind he wanted the school board position to include adding “Moral principles.”
In fairness, Wortman did list moral principles and social manners,
“3. Establishing a curriculum which incorporates moral principles and social manners.”
Wortman also described himself as a church going Christian “family man.”
Gotta ask the obvious, in light of the Brandon Vandenburg sentencing….
Is there something about football on top of being a violent football fanatic…while claiming to be a Christian? Or is this a Tennessee, thing?