Orange County Republicans Outraged That DA Tony Rackauckas Aided Larry Agran's Campaign

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R. Scott Moxley
OC District Attorney Tony Rackauckas
The most historic, local moment of Tuesday's election happened around 9 p.m. when elated (literally jumping up and down) Orange County Republicans realized they were finally on their way to not just finally defeating Larry Agran but also taking control of Irvine.

But the GOPers were also fuming because one of their own, a longtime Republican elected official, had tried on the eve of the election to keep in power Agran, the two-faced, Democrat boss of a corrupt political machine that has for years ruled Republican Irvine with a 3-2 council majority. 

Incredibly, District Attorney Tony Rackauckas produced a last-minute robocall for Agran's frantic re-election campaign.

We understand the call for bipartisanship, but the move was especially eyebrow raising. Rackauckas is an ultra-conservative Republican lawman. Agran is lefty Democrat and likely Orange County's most ethically warped, career politician.

"This is outrageous," said Allan Bartlett, an Irvine Republican who already wasn't happy that fellow Republicans Adam Probolsky, Patrick B. Strader, Jimmy Camp and Dave Gilliard had also worked to aid Agran in his mayoral race against Republican Steven Choi.
 
For 12 long years, Agran has kept control of Irvine's massive city coffers by secretly placing fake Republican candidates on the ballot, giving lucrative, no-bid contract to his own political consultants and forcing businesses seeking city concessions to make massive contributions to his various campaign accounts.

(Go HERE for background.)

The scheme stinks and, thanks to Rackauckas coming out of the closet for Agran, Republican activists believe they now know why local prosecutors and criminal grand juries have steadfastly ignored Irvine corruption.

I confronted the DA on election night and asked him if he could appreciate my suspicions that he, an unwavering conservative Republican, had essentially endorsed a corrupt politician from the other political party.

Rackauckas paused for about five seconds, smiled and said, "Well, sure."

He went on to say, "I believe it was the right thing to do."

According to Rackauckas, a Republican campaign mailer accusing Agran of weakening a DA-proposed anti-sex offender ordinance in the city "just wasn't fair."

I reminded the DA that if the mailer (I hadn't seen it at the time) accused Agran of weakening the proposal, then it was accurate because the Irvine Democrat had done so by limiting the prohibition against sex offenders lurching in public parks to criminals convicted only of sex crimes against kids; all other convicted sexual predators could still roam parks and school yards under Agran's editing.

"That's right," Rackauckas replied.

So why aid Agran?

"I think the mailer went too far," he said. "It was misleading because it claimed child molesters were roaming the streets of Irvine and that's not the case. Irvine is a safe city with an excellent police department."

But hyperbole is commonplace in political ads--even ones done in the past by the DA--so, again, why weigh in on this particular Republican ad against Agran?

Rackauckas said, "I just felt an obligation to straighten out the false impression the mailer created--that child pornographers and rapists are roaming the streets."

I told him that I doubted a single Irvine resident believed that was the case and pressed again for the reason he stepped into the Agran-Choi race.

"I got contacted by Agran," the DA said. "He wasn't happy with the mailer. I researched it and concluded it wasn't fair. Look, I'm all for hard blows in political campaigns but the hard blows should be fair. That one wasn't."

After Rackauckas entered a restricted Republican Party election night room protected by two private guards, multiple sources told me facts that he'd omitted from our interview: The DA had personally approved the mailer before it hit mailboxes. He'd even written a quote used in the piece.

"Why would the DA help craft a campaign message against Agran and then do a robo call for Agran?" a prominent Orange County Republican asked me.

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Meranda Carter
Larry Agran was desperate to keep control of Irvine
Huddled Republicans inside the Westin South Coast Plaza then arrived at an answer. Rackauckas and Agran have a mutual dear buddy, Republican political consultant Arnold Forde.

Accurate or not, it is now conventional wisdom in GOP circles that Agran made his most brilliant Machiavellian move to insure Rackauckas would never dig seriously into Irvine by hiring Forde when his political machine took control of the federally abandoned, multi-billion dollar El Toro Marine Air Corps Station.

Any competent corruption investigation of Agran would surely probe the activities of Forde, who grabbed for more than half a decade a $120,000-a-month, no-bid city contract that included no daily, weekly, monthly or annual benchmarks

Rackauckas and Forde have been pals for 30 years.

Susan Kang Schroeder, the DA's chief of staff, said any belief that Rackauckas was involved in a pro-Agran plot is unfounded speculation.

Schroeder also said that while Rackauckas provided a quote he never physically saw the mailer until after it was sent to voters.

But Choi, the man who finally toppled the Agran machine, isn't happy about what he sees as a betrayal. On election night, he too confronted Rackauckas about the robocalls. It wasn't pretty.

In what was the next Irvine mayor's first act of leadership he suggested this to the DA's face: "Why don't you go party with the Democrats?"

Rackauckas is a man who despises bitter cat fights. Perhaps he now regrets getting involved with Agran. Maybe he doesn't. One question remains: Is there anyone without compromising ties in California law enforcement--even a Democrat--who is brave enough to hold Agran and his cheating machine responsible for its acts?

Kamala Harris?

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58 comments
jacksokol
jacksokol

As one of my school friends used to say, "what do want eggs with your beer?"

 

I have know Larry Agran personally for quite awhile, and his reputation and integrity are extremely high within the community. 

 

Perhaps you forget that Agran was the single most important person for stopping the El Toro Airport.  If not for Agran we would be breathing fumes and suffering from the congestion at the Y right now. 

 

If you feel your side won this election stop gloating.  Larry has contributed a great deal to the community over a great deal of time.  To equal him with a political boss is totally absurd!  Your ignorance of the subject is abject and pathetic in the extreme.

HenryGattis
HenryGattis

This stuff seemingly doesn't matter:

 

The real reporters at the Liberal OC are discussing Yorba Linda pipelines and the OCTA!

 

The self decribed Journalist DAN C. still thinks the newspaper rules he learned in highschool still apply in 2012: Ignore it and it will go away, Deny Deny,Deny and of course "never release something on a Friday afternoon" That last doozie is right out of Mr. merrit's Journalism class circa 1984..........

 

So back on point, where is the Northwood Night Stalker on this.

 

He wrote three posts about his encounter with the Mayor elect.

 

Crecibility crubles like the packaged cheese he thinks is special from Trader Joes.........

 

How Irvine is that?

HenryGattis
HenryGattis

So here's a question, the Voice of OC(EA) is reporting that the new council will begin a "Top Down" review of the Great Pork.

 

If fraud is uncovered would the DA recuse himself? That might give us Kammie Harris, but she'll be bidding for Governor by then, so maybe, just maybe, we'll see Agran sharing a spending time in prison.

paullucas714
paullucas714 topcommenter

Wow. Great article again Moxley. Its not unusual for consultants to cross aisles to help a candidate in the other side get re-elected. I wonder why Adam is so  vocla in his denials.

met00cigar
met00cigar

I'm just wondering why TRack and his department refused to investigate Troy Edgar for creating fraudulent City documents in the City of Los Alamitos?

 

Oh, that's right, he endorsed Troy Edgar.

 

Nothing to see here. Move on.

 

PS: TRack, hope  you have a good explaination since the complaint you refused to investigate has been forwarded to the AG's office with new evidence that came out in a City Council meeting this summer that proves that the fraud was committed. And, oh yeah, your offices response to the original complaint, as well as Edgar's endorsement list was included in that letter to the AG. Good luck with that.

CRIMECONCERNS
CRIMECONCERNS

Words that describe ALL of the leaders associated with Orange County, California politics:

 

"A nation...cannot survive treason from within...the traitor ...wears the face of his victims,...and he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation—he works secretly...he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to be feared......." Cicero, 42 B.C.E.

CRIMECONCERNS
CRIMECONCERNS

As always, it is OC Weekly's reporters that report on matters of public interest especially as it relates to corruption crimes committed by the rich, famous and politically connected in the OC. 

 

If TRack is truly serious about protecting children from sexual predators that roam the streets, then could someone please explain how this week's trial of Cary Jay Smith, an admitted pedophile that  allegedly resides in San Bernardino's Patton State Hospital since 1999, was NOT reported by the OC District Attorney or his COS, Kang Schroeder before and/or during Smith's jury trial held in the OCSC this week?  In addition, is there a reason why the DA has not published a recent photo of Cary Jay Smith and why Orange County court records at www.occourts.org do not reference this week's alleged trial before Judge Horn in addition to the approximate 19 other attempts by Smith to regain his freedom for sex crimes that were NEVER charged by the OC District Attorney? 

 

In the world of OC GOP politics, POLITICAL ADVISORS are God.... afterall, does anyone ever wonder how former OC Sheriff Mike Carona's former political advisor was NEVER charged with any type of crime and why only Carona went down--note to all that have not followed the Weekly's reporting, Rackauckas and former OC Sheriff Mike Carona shared the same POLITICAL ADVISOR, the husband of Rackauckas' Chief of Staff.  

 

The OC GOP has done a thorough job of destroying not only the integrity of the U.S. justice system, but also the public's trust and protections that should be guaranteed to all children and families.  It only takes ONE backroom, dirty political quid pro quo deal to hold each and every individual hostage for the rest of their lives.  

 

Agran losing an election should be the least of anyone's concerns.... he had 12 years and should be on his knees thanking his chosen God(s) for hiring a POLITICAL ADVISOR that obviously saved him from public scrutiny. 

NotFooled
NotFooled

"I think the mailer went too far," he (Rackauckas) said. "It was misleading because it claimed child molesters were roaming the streets of Irvine and that's not the case. Irvine is a safe city with an excellent police department."

 

"child molesters were roaming the streets" - Is that not the exact message the OCDA office promotes at every single City Council (and OC BOS) meeting that they attend, up and down Orange County, including the City of Irvine (2011)? That not just the cities, but each and every park and beach is crawling with child molesters who are there for the only reason to snatch or 'groom' your child?

 

If Irvine was a safe city, why was there a need for this ban in the first place? Please take the time to view some of these presentations... they are on-line, for the most part.

 

This is the height of hypocrisy!!! Can someone say 'the emperor has no clothes'??

aprobolsky
aprobolsky

Have fun with the insider debate that lacks any reality, facts or relevance.  But keep in mind that I am not a Republican activist.  I have no interest in partisan politics.  My business is public policy and my clients, none of whom are in Irvine, span the ideological spectrum.  The stories of my involvement in the Irvine election are fabrications of ill-informed people who lack any sophistication to parse innuendo from fact.

ltpar
ltpar topcommenter

Excellent article Scott and right on the point about Rackauckas, Forde, and the D.A. giving Agran a free pass on anything he does.  This smae interaction undoubtly came into play a number of years ago when I tried to get the D.A.'s Office to investigate Larry Agran on a case of Obstruction of Justice involving the arrest of his housekeeper.  Agran interceded on her behalf in a felony criminal case and the woman was unarrested, the case never filed with the D.A.'s Office and the Police Report hidden in Internal Affairs Files.  In my 27 years at Irvine P.D. I had never seen a case handled like that.  Long story short, the D.A. 's Special Investigiation Unit failed to conduct an investigation after they had been provided all the details of the case.  Later, trying to get someone to correct the miscarriage of justice, I filed a complaint with the Orange County Grand Jury.  Of course, as anyone knows the Grand Jury is controlled by the District Attoorney's Office so the refused to respond as well.  I had to laugh when Rackauckas asked the County for more money to establish a Policical Corruption Unit.  What someone should be investigating is the quid pro quo the District Attorney gives the friends of his friends.  Perhaps in two years we can get a new District Attorney in Orange County who wiill establish the rule that "No man is above the law, not even Larry Agran." 

aprobolsky
aprobolsky

Scott, each one of your "facts" are fantastic lies or nothing more than innuendo.  You use your ridiculous position as a "reporter" for a crap publication to hurt people and tell made up stories.

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

This exchange right below --

 

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"I think the mailer went too far," he said. "It was misleading because it claimed child molesters were roaming the streets of Irvine and that's not the case. Irvine is a safe city with an excellent police department."

 

But hyperbole is commonplace in political ads--even ones done in the past by the DA--so, again, why weigh in on this particular Republican ad against Agran?

 

Rackauckas said, "I just felt an obligation to straighten out the false impression the mailer created--that child pornographers and rapists are roaming the streets."

 

I told him that I doubted a single Irvine resident believed that was the case and pressed again for the reason he stepped into the Agran-Choi race.

 

"I got contacted by Agran," the DA said. "He wasn't happy with the mailer. I researched it and concluded it wasn't fair. Look, I'm all for hard blows in political campaigns but the hard blows should be fair. That one wasn't."

 

==============

 

-- demonstrates the degradation of Scott Moxley as a journalist better than anything I or any other one of his critics could say about him.  Rackaukus is OBVIOUSLY right about this rotten attack and was right to feel a responsibility to set things straight.  Moxley says that "hyperbole is OK" and that no one believed it anyway -- and criticizes Rackaukus for doing the right thing -- while continuing to make scurrilous and unsupported charges about Agran that he proves by citing only his PREVIOUS scurrilous and supported charges about Agran.

 

The Weekly's coverage since election day has been good -- and I give Moxley credit for his scoops on Troy Edgar and Steve "Albert Chavez" Lodge.  But this piece of his is pathological -- and if his friends at the Weekly won't tell him when he's stepped in his own crap then I suppose that that responsibility falls to the rest of us.

aprobolsky
aprobolsky

Name one fact, that proves that I was or am in any way involved in aiding Larry Agran's political agenda.  You cannot because I was and am not.

 

-Adam Probolsky

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @jacksokol Speaking of pathetic ignorance: You have not been paying attention for 12 years or you are playing possum for your defeated friend. Either way it does not matter. You can stay stuck in 2000 but, for the rest of us who actually have been watching with our eyes open, Agran's history as a slimy political boss of a 3-2 council majority isn't a guessing game.

JackGrimshaw
JackGrimshaw

Crecibility crubles? I think I had a blind date with her once ...

CRIMECONCERNS
CRIMECONCERNS

 @met00cigar

 Wow!!!!!  Great info... thanks.  TRack should have been indicted back in 2002 when  California AG Lockyer investigated his political quid pro quo deals; however, the prominent Robinson Calcagnie firm saved TRack at the time, and TRack eventually rewarded the Robinson Calcagnie firm with another quid pro quo via the Toyota Class Action on behalf of the County of Orange.  And, based on an anonymous tip, TRack took the opportunity to file charges against Nadia Lockyer, which most likely, will not hold up in a criminal trial.  

 

Beward to all.... Teflon Tony does not forget when someone trying to do the right thing happens to document more of his RICO patterns.  Think about the elected Orange County District Attorney losing his gun and the Anaheim Police Department somehow takes the hit in some sick twisted version reported via DA Chief of Staff's babbling explanations.

 

Orange County citizens are starting to wake up and see truths..... how many more lives will be destroyed by TRack and his political RICO team of criminals?

 

 

EyesWideShut
EyesWideShut

 @NotFooled THANK YOU for raising the exact same point that jumped up to me as I read that part of the article! It was only in the last month or so that TRac made one of his frequent appearances to an almost fawning Anaheim City Council, jumping (as usual) to the head of the Public Comment line, to deliver his 'No Pervs in the Parks' stump speech. I was shocked  (until I read the rest of the article) that he would spin  a 180 for a campaign flier. A thought - maybe get 'pension revocation for convicted politicians' legislation on the books, BEFORE getting into any investigation- unfortunate enough that his buddy Carona  will be nose - thumbing the taxpayers upon release! Could all this 'backroom' activity explain some of the delay for for the long awaited multiple Anaheim Police shooting investigation results?

CRIMECONCERNS
CRIMECONCERNS

 @aprobolsky

 Does your public policy expertise include any type of quid pro quo for the politically connected?  Your sophistication and the world's sophistication are very different.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @aprobolsky How does it feel, Adam, that the likes of nutty, liberal Brea Democrat Greg Diamond is backing you for helping Agran?

ABartlett
ABartlett

 @aprobolsky I'm not gonna let you get away with lying about this Adam?  If you didn't do the mail against our endorsed Republicans in Irvine, then who did?

edfcarrasco
edfcarrasco

 @aprobolsky You can promptly join Rackauckas, "Jerbal" Cunningham, Troy Edgar, Don Bankhead, Dick Jones and Pat McKinley in the "Discredited Republicans Club." Thank you and have a good day.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @aprobolsky Sure, Adam. Try all you want to pen your disgraceful, pro-Agran conduct on me. But it is OC Republicans who know exactly what you did. If I've invented "fantastic lies" why don't you have Scott Baugh or Jon Fleischman or Mike Schroeder or Allan Bartlett or Christina Shea or Greg Smith or Chuck DeVore or Steven Choi or Jeff Lalloway etal add comments here backing you on your rant against me? Make your calls. I'll wait. Go on, bring just one of those Republicans here to back you over me.

CRIMECONCERNS
CRIMECONCERNS

 @GregDiamond

 Sorry Mr. Diamond...... Rackauckas' has at least a 10 year history of protecting his political buds and has never felt the need to speak out because it was the right thing to do.  Rackauckas' judgment and well paid Chief of Staff care NOTHING about doing the right thing and never will.... they are in too deep with quid pro quo deals with the Diocese of Orange and OC Board of Supervisorsand. 

 

Can you think of any reason why the DA has failed to do the right thing when it is time to charge and prosecute one of "Bishop Brown and Maria Schinderle protected sexual predator/employees", not to mention the corruption crimes committed against Whistleblower employees and their families for seeking justice and the aid of DA Rackauckas? 

 

Rackauckas is incapable of doing the right thing.... there is ALWAYS more to the story!

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @aprobolsky Adam Probolsky, though you claim you are a loyal Republican, you (FACT 1) organized a public forum for Democrat Larry Agran and his fake Republican challenger, Katherine Daigle, whose campaign effort was organized with one mission: to steal GOP votes from the real Republican, Steven Choi. You were aware (FACT 2) Choi had refused to attend what he knew was a setup debate designed to bolster Daigle's non-existent public ID with the voters. And yet, you (FACT 3) continued to use your ridiculous position as an Irvine World News "columnist" to urge the public to attend a forum with all three candidate when you knew for a fact that Choi would not attend. You even (FACT4) delayed the launch of the forum by deceitfully pretending to be waiting for Choi to arrive when you knew he was coming.You then had the gall (FACT 5) to blame Choi for holding up the event. You also (FACT 6) used your opening remarks to slam the integrity of only one candidate: Choi. Following that disgraceful display, (FACT 7) Larry Agran laughably praised you--You!!!--for be such a neutral guy in the mayor's race.

jacksokol
jacksokol

 @rscottmoxley 

 

Your bias is pretty plain ... is that good journalism or when does it become merely editorial?

 

Larry might be the next Nucky Thompson.  Good luck making those charges stick!  I count Larry as a friend and could site numerous instances of his character, integrity and good will.  They don't square well with the picture you paint. 

 

The tone of your article is hyberbolic and smells of a personal vendetta.  The recent take in the Irvine World News (Register) was more balanced, nuanced and managed to make intuitive leaps without twisting the knife.

 

 

ABartlett
ABartlett

 @rscottmoxley  @aprobolsky You should be proud of your effort to help Larry, Adam.  You did all you could, but it just wasn't enough this time.  Usually people with money at stake try to curry favor with both sides, but you chose poorly and went all in with Larry and lost.  Sorry about that. 

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @CRIMECONCERNS Stick to the story at hand, masked stranger.

 

Rackaukus's explanation for why he spoke against the despicable flyer is cogent, sensible, and involves his doing the right thing.

 

The rest of what you bring up may be true, but it has no bearing on what Rackaukus did HERE -- and the Weekly's obscene mocking of it.

ltpar
ltpar topcommenter

 @rscottmoxley  @aprobolsky

 Adam, let me add to what Scott wrote by reminding you of your despicible actions in 2010 on the hate mailer you engineered about Lynn Schott who was running against Larry Agran for City Council.  That mailer cost Lynn enough votes to allow Agran to beat her and keep his position on the Council.  If not for that, Agran would have been gone two years ago.  If you are an eample of a loyal Republican, then I would hate to see one who is disloyal. 

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @jacksokol  @rscottmoxley Yes, it's obvious where someone like you would go to satisfy your emotional needs about the news. (I would ask you when/how/why regarding your stance that opinion is banned from all journalism, but I really don't care what you think.) Thanks, however, for the confession about the news source that led you to your ignorance on Irvine politics. (No surprise there, huh?) The voters defeated liar/cheater/political boss Larry Agran, who outspent Republicans by hundreds and hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars in a city race, and yet you have found your villain for this outcome: me! While there are many heroes involved in defeating OC's most disgustingly corrupt career politician, I gladly accept your backhanded compliment and will sleep with a satisfied smile on my face tonight. Thanks, Jack!

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @rscottmoxley  Where did I call Probolsky a "hero"?

 

I was going to say more, but let's concentrate on that for now.  That was a factual assertion, Moxley -- back it up.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @rscottmoxley  @ABartlett  @aprobolsky Adam, it's been several hours. Where are all the prominent Republicans backing your assertion that I fabricated your disgusting aid to Agran? Oh, yes! You have unstable liberal Brea Democrat/Agran pal Greg Diamond calling you a hero for helping the Irvine Dem. Nice. Well, Adam, can we expect named Republicans to come to your aid today, tonight, tomorrow, this month, this year? I'm still waiting. Please don't tell me that all you have is the like of Diamond.....

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @ABartlett  @rscottmoxley  @aprobolsky Hey, Adam: You've got mentally unstable Brea liberal nutty Democrat/pro-Agran blogger Greg Diamond backing you. Where are all the OC Republicans who will support you over me on your disgraceful support for Agran? I'm waiting and waiting and waiting....

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @GregDiamond  @rscottmoxley Lie all you want about your alleged happy emotional state about officially being labeled a loser. The results of your race are revealing. You got your ass kicked by nearly 27,000 votes. You and your obnoxious personalty were so impressive that you spent seven months campaigning and yet 85 percent of the registered voters in your district voted for your opponent or didn't vote. Bob Huff, the Republican victor, grabbed 17 percentage points over GOP registration. That means, Greg, that even a large chunk of Democrats couldn't stomach the thought of voting for the likes of you, the person this paper accurately deemed California's worst state senate candidate of 2012. Enjoy the title. You earned it. And Orange County Democrats should remember your "my race is not taking up a lot of my time" line. They deserved a much better candidate.

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @rscottmoxley  I'm neither despicable, a liar, or a hack (I am liberal though.)  So far I've received over 100,000 votes and am over 43.5%, so you're going to have to try a lot harder to make me feel bad about the outcome.  Mostly I'm so happy about Sharon's victory (and others) that my race is not taking up a lot of my time.

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @CRIMECONCERNS You don't seem to have much to say and you won't use your own name I'm just going to presume that you're just trolling.

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @GregDiamond  @CRIMECONCERNS Greg Diamond, you are a despicable liar and liberal hack. Hey, nice job in the state senate campaign you just lost by more than 25,000 votes! I guess the voters didn't like you or your nutty ideas much....

CRIMECONCERNS
CRIMECONCERNS

 @GregDiamond  @CRIMECONCERNS

 Mr. Diamond.... do you know the definiton of RICO and the consequences of any criminal enterprise?  If you educate yourself, you will soon recognize that PATTERNS documented to date, especially as it relates to Rackauckas and the DA's office, all relate to one another, whether you want to accept it or not.  Rackauckas has had too many chances since taking office.... his time is up!   

 

You should probably brush up on your blogging skills and give up slamming the OC Weekly.  You are obviously new to the evil patterns and crimes that have been committed against unsuspecting citizens in the OC and only documented by OC Weekly reporters, in the interest of the public's right to be informed.   

GustavoArellano
GustavoArellano moderator editortopcommenter

 @GregDiamond  @rscottmoxley Great: now that the Bloviator got trashed, he has more time to do nothing other than bloviate. Think any future clients will be thrilled that you consider yourself a pundit, yet resort to such gasbaggery?

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @rscottmoxley I'm actually here looking for that post, as you told me it exists but have repeatedly refused to tell me in which story it appears.

 

I'm surprised and saddened if Jason made any such comment, but given what I've learned about how you misrepresent facts I'm not going to assume that you're telling the clear truth about it until I've seen it, in context, for myself.

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @rscottmoxley  I don't know why my replies won't post under the correct comment.  Nice "feature" you have there.

 

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @rscottmoxley   I hate to even imagine what you're going to say to Elizabeth Emken, who lost to Dianne Feinstein by 2.1 million votes.  Still, I'm now down by 30,000 votes (though I'm ahead in LA), so maybe I still can do worse than her.  (Not really; it's mathematically impossible, but I wanted to give you hope.)

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @GregDiamond I know you are a disgusting low life but the comment your pal, Jason, posted tonight on one of my earlier articles describing your pathetic Democrat state senate campaign was disgusting. I had no idea that you would support someone who makes anti-"nigger," anti-Jew and anti-"gay faggot" comments. How Orange County Democrats can let someone like you to be on their executive committee is a mystery. We will have to find out if you are not alone in your bigotry....

rscottmoxley
rscottmoxley topcommenter

 @GregDiamond  @rscottmoxley You lost by more than a whopping 25,000 votes in your alleged California State Senate race, Lil Dem Greggie. Of course, YOU would be "generally" thrilled. You got your name on a ballot, talked big, sat on your sofa with the 24-pack jumbo Fritos bags, pounded your keyboard all day and night, and felt oh so important. Nice! You're a real winner! Please, please, please run for public office again :)

GregDiamond
GregDiamond

 @rscottmoxley Generally, I'm thrilled with Tuesday's results.  I'm also thrilled not to have to bear the shame of your record of journalistic excrescence. 

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