Yes, we certainly wouldn't want a man who served honorably in the military, has been a progressive governor leading the charge for Medicaid expansion and voters rights, and beating back the extremist Republican agenda to stand up in front of a bunch of young people embarking on their own careers to tell them that dumb things they might do in their youth can come back to light. It's not a message that the Instagram generation needs to hear. He certainly can't be an inspiration to say that it's possible to overcome a culture you were raised in to value other people.
Nope, can't have that. Purity, you know.