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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Monday

Former President Barack "H" Obama Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, makes LA County Board of Supervisor Campaign appearance at location of the Commander in Chief Sister Dr. Maya Soetoro Ng's "Meet and Greet" in 2008, as Solis faces more questions involving alleged violation of the Hatch Act, which prohibits campaign contributions solicitation by sitting Cabinet Members.    
 Mayor Eric Garcetti leads the 50-100 supporters at El Sereno's politically-connected Hecho En Mexico Eatery, in paying tribute to the heir apparent to replace termed-out LA County Board of Supervisor Gloria Molina. 
From Riverside, via the 51st Assembly District, Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez speaks up former Labor Secretary as SEIU 721 President Bob Schoonover stands behind his right side. 
As Solis faces a FBI probe over potential violation of the Hatch Act, we go back in time when President Obama's sister appeared at the same El Sereno Eatery in 2008.
** As the FBI confirmed its involvement with the investigation into the recent Ramona Gardens Fire-bombings, targeting African-American Families, KPCC reported that Mayor Garcetti made the following comments at the recent NAACP Awards Dinner last Wednesday ..........
The group also presented a “Person of the Year” award to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who compared Sterling’s comments with this week’s firebombing of black families’ homes in the Ramona Gardens Housing Project in Boyle Heights. Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime.
“No matter who commits acts of racism – whether it’s a billionaire or somebody in our poorest neighborhoods – we have to speak out against it,” Garcetti said.
** The co-owners of the Hecho En Mexico Eatery Connie Castro and Jorge Bravo, may want to ask either Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez or State Senator Kevin De Leon if they were the sponsoring politico of the controversial Academia Semillas del Pueblo Charter School successful appeal to the California State Department of Education of its High School Charter Revocation? Castro and Bravo, who filed suit against the lucrative 1% Charter School Collective of Mr. and Mrs. Mark(os) Aguilar-Ferguson, may have some tough days ahead of them as their next door business neighbors pledge to expand their separatist indoctrination academy.
** If anyone was pondering why CD 14 City Councilman Jose Huizar has been quiet regarding the Ramona Gardens Fire-bombings, it may have to do with the fact that the Princeton Graduate is more concern about helping Downtown LA Developers build bridges over homeless encampments.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14


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