Infant Assemblyman Mike Gatto's Lies, Smears and Repugnant Attack Ads get National Media Attention
This Infant Assemblyman's dirty tactics knows no crying shame.
Infant Assemblyman Mike Gatto is in the biggest struggle of his young political career against Glendale School Board Member Greg Krikorian, a he seeks reelection in the 43rd Assembly District. In a sure sign of desperation, the Silver Lake Infant Assemblyman has gone big time negative, with this smear mailer
above. We should note that the baseless attacks made in the mailer, first appeared at this Gatto Truther astro-turf blog
. Sadly, that is normal political behavior for the Infant Assemblyman.
Just how desperate is the Infant Assemblyman to get reelected? Little Mikey apparently used some of his Special Interest money to by himself a spot on a supposed Republican Slate Mailer pictured above. (** BTW, note that the mailer supports Prop 30 which would raise taxes and is against anti-union Prop 32). Noting this, any Republican should be able to ascertain that the Infant Assemblyman is lying,
when a bogus slate mailer asserts that he is the "Republican choice" for the 43rd Assembly District. The blatant attempt by the Infant Assemblyman to cast himself as a Republican, has garnered national media attention via Breitbart.com
As noted by the Jewish Journal
and denounced by the Los Angeles Democratic Party
, it appears that the Infant Assemblyman Mike Gatto's proclivities for creating repugnant, misleading mailers, is not limited to his own reelection campaign. Republican or Democratic foe alike, the Infant Assemblyman and his former boss Congressman Brad Sherman, will gladly hit low on their respective opponents. The question here for 43rd AD voters (and in extension 30 Congressional District voters), is whether someone who smears, lies and allegedly targets gender and ethnic groups in a repudiated mailer, is fit to continue representing their interests in Sacramento?
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14
Labels: 2012 43rd Assembly District Campaign, Assemblyman Mike Gatto, Greg Krikorian