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Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Tuesday

Today is October 7, 2014 (24 days before Halloween) and already, CD 14 City Clowncil Central Committee Member Jose "Tonto Huevon" Huizar's political skeletons are being exposed by the likes of longtime Bole Heights Chicano Activist Javier Rodriguez in twin, stinging essays on the failings of a "Harvard (was it Princeton?) Mexican Councilman". 
The now defunct Oscar's Sports Bar on First Street in Boyle Heights.
CD 14 City Clowncilman Jose Huizar with wife, daughter and Mom in 2007.
As we near the annual celebrations of Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos in CD 14, district constituents should take notice that the sound of rattling skeletons, especially those of a political variety, will become more pronounced and long lasting into the 2015 City Council Campaign.
This is evident via twin stinging essays by longtime Boyle Heights Chicano Activist Javier Rodriguez (of the La Serenata de Garibaldi Restaurant-founding Rodriguez Family)  titled "The Lost Moral Compass of a Harvard Mexican Councilman" (BTW, did Huizar go to Princeton? But I digress)........., and the contents are bound to inflict some politically, painful flashbacks as we excerpt below from Part 1.

I have lived and been an activist in LA for decades and with a few exceptions, my grass roots home base has been the Heights. I first began to get acquainted with Huizar at La Serenata de Garibaldi Restaurant which my family co founded back in 1985 and where the councilman is a regular customer. But it’s not until late 20I0 when I began to get somewhat closer to him and it was due to two personal developments. The first took place at a Latino Piano Bar Restaurant where I sing as a hobby with live music and one evening, Jose arrived with a group of people, so I introduced him to the packed crowd and he received a loud ovation. I also sang a highly popular ranchero love song which, coincidentally, was his late father’s favorite song and he was touched.

The second is the story of two late night murders in an unsavory neighborhood bar on East 1st Street called “Oscar’s” (** Link here to review our Mayor Sam Post of Clowncilman Huizar's $75,000 Reward involving this case). The incident hit the news and soon after through the barrio grapevine, the word was out that Jose’s mother was a regular client there and she may have been inside the “cantina” when the shooting ensued. I had met her about two months prior when I was invited to an afterhours house party located a half of mile from the bar. When I arrived with some friends, I was introduced to the hostess and owner of the home and she claimed to be Huizar’s mother. I was there for approximately an hour and while there and I observed the ambience was racy and very liberal. Before leaving, I was also introduced to the owner of the mentioned bar, who minutes before had exited a bedroom with a female companion.

A few weeks after the killings, as a member of a board of directors for a planned charter school to be housed at La Casa del Mexicano, also in Boyle Heights, I attended an early morning meeting at Philippe’s Restaurant to meet with the Councilman and his staff to request his support for the school venture. When the school business was over, I pulled Jose to the side and in full confidence I conveyed to him the information I had about the bar tragedy and the afterhours house party at his mother’s. He seemed clearly touched and impressed and looking directly at my eyes, he thanked me and said “I won’t forget this Javier.” He then called Ana Cubas, his Chief of Staff and a recent candidate for City Council, over and told her, “let’s stay very close to this man. He has his ears to the ground.” If you’re reading this, you logically could deduce, like I did, the story leads to the beginning of a bond. 

If Rodriguez and Clowncilman Huizar had a bond, its safe to say that after these twin essays, that bond was broken like a certain pledge of fidelity to a wife. Tomorrow, we will post excerpts from Part Two.

Your thoughts ...............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Was the Princeton graduate
Tonto or Huevon or just didn't graduate
From Princeton.
Assembly speaker John Duran
Said he attended UCLA Berkley and later
Caught in a lie he never did.
Tonto doesn't know his math.
The Broadway rail car project continues to escalate in price tag.
From 1.25 million to 250 to as high as 327.8 million dollars.
If the project fails will he refund tax dollars to property ownersowners.
If this is his legacy project I got news for you.
Their is still hope keep pumping money
Into non profits and have them work the elections for you just like you use the
unions to get out the vote.
Tonto didn't you learn anything from that dirt bag mayor Antonio except to screw.
I hope you didn't sleep with him and passed it on to your sancha godoy.
But he still was able to become mayor.
I hope you won't have to end going back to
Zactecas to run for mayor with nothing between your legs.

October 08, 2014 1:22 PM  

Anonymous Yo Uglee Ass Mama said:

Orale Homie,
Don't forget the other Sanchas and Sanchos that the Tonto Huizar was doing the wild thing with. We remember Huizar's CAL days. They call it experimenting Eso. Huizar, remember Juan? BIG Juan. He remenbers you Vato. Those Berkeley nights chinga. Oh can't forget the other Sanchas. One of them continues to be hanging onto your trousers today. Ugly ass bitch and que fea lastima the one and only who screws with anything that moves Ana "Stupida" Cubas. Cubas and Huizar are sancho and sancha. Wake up Mrs. Huizar. Cubas looks like Huizar's "Bar Fly" Mama!


October 14, 2014 8:39 PM  

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