She'd never go after Duffy? Well, I found this...
As for attention seeking, running a campaign is very difficult. In a competitive race, you *must* respond to things even if it seems they're ridiculous.
As for nuance, look at the Republicans who support her on social media. I've *never* seen any candidate who was able to convince people from both sides to her point as well as she has. At times, it can be maddening. But that's partially what's led to her strong following.
"Finally, there's been enough dissident talk about withdrawing financial support – even about urging governments to cut off funds. That will cripple the orchestra."
Let me pose a question. Should the input of over a thousand patrons and members be ignored, in addition to multiple musicians who feel Remmereit acted appropriately? We members were denied a voice and a vote. We are obviously upset with the outcome of this situation. This puts us in a quandary: we can support an organization whose leadership blatantly scorns us, or we can harm the musicians. Thus, I would love your input, Ms Towler, as to how to satisfactorily resolve this problem. As far as I can tell, the only other way to resolve these conflicting goals is going to court.
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