Is This The Reason Camden Mayor Frank Moran Was Afraid To Call Out Congressman Donald Norcross Over Comments About Camden Workforce?

 Camden Mayor Frank Moran

Camden Mayor Frank Moran

Social media is a wonderful tool for politicians, it’s also great for those of us who talk about those politicians on the radio or write about the politicians using social media. Thanks to a post earlier today on the City of Camden’s Facebook page we can now ask if the reason Camden Mayor Frank Moran was afraid to call out Congressman Donald Norcross for comments he made about Camden’s workforce is the mayor’s chummy relationship with the congressman’s big brother.

The post that causes us to ask the question:

“Mayor Frank Moran joins Cooper University Healthcare Board Chairman George Norcross, Cooper University Healthcare CEO Adrienne Kirby & Senate President Steve Sweeney as they celebrate the 5th Anniversary of MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden. Camden is proud to be home to the premier comprehensive cancer center in the U.S. if not the world!”

 A post on the City of Camden Government Facebook page. Screenshot taken approximately 2:30PM 9/25/2018

A post on the City of Camden Government Facebook page. Screenshot taken approximately 2:30PM 9/25/2018

Look at the photo of the mayor and George Norcross. Look how happy they look together.

 Mayor Moran and George Norcross. The same photo is in the bottom left corner of the above Facebook post by the City of Camden Government’s. Photo was taken from that Facebook page at approximately 2:30PM.

Mayor Moran and George Norcross. The same photo is in the bottom left corner of the above Facebook post by the City of Camden Government’s. Photo was taken from that Facebook page at approximately 2:30PM.

I have no idea how well Moran and Norcross know each other, but a picture does say a thousand words, and sometimes more. The two appear very friendly in the picture. Maybe that friendliness is why Moran never called out the younger Norcross.