The CCDO has tried everything to shut this site down. They tried to discredit it, while their boss resigned in shame. They tried to ignore t, but it won’t go away. They have bullied the local papers into remaining quiet about their scandals, meanwhile MagazzuWatch plugs on, along with SaveJersey Blog – two hold-outs printing what the mainstream media would ignore.
Today, I understand Bob Balicki was on the radio bragging about how they plan to sue the pants off of everybody. I am sure that had to be in reference to the extremely expensive litigation that his buddy, George Norcross stooge Doug Long launched against me and multiple others, merely for bringing up the fact that Cumberland County Clerks Office was buried under a landslide of absentee ballot applications, 10% which have been proven fraudulent.
If they can’t shut us up, they will sue us into oblivion, and also anybody else that would dare speak openly about wrongdoing int he county. This is a total affront to the first amendment, with a civil suit complaint that is so poorly written that I can poke holes in it all day long. in one complaint, they take one sentence so completely out of context that they twist it to say the complete opposite of what was plainly written. They cite case law that has absolutely nothing to do with blogging. They are attempting to force all media to undergo government approval in order to be deemed legitimate.
Nevermind that in the 18th century, a free press was just that. Anybody – no government credentials required, was allowed to set up a press and print whatever propaganda they desired.There was no such thing as an unbiased press in those days, newspapers were started to endorse one sie or another of an argument.
They claim that by using humor, parody or satire, a media source is no longer legitimate. That argument would make all political cartoons illegal – and this sort of persecution of opponents is what Whelan, Surace, Dunkins and friends would continue to further if they are elected. If you can’t beat he, sue them into poverty, bankrupt them, and take away their right to speak out.
Anyway, Doug, see you in court. Not in Cumberland County, either – we will not be railroaded. And I am sure I will be inviting Senator Jeff Van Drew, along with discovery of many documents he might rather not be publicized.