The second and last 2017 CD 1 City Council Election Debate/Candidate Forum became another stop on the "Broken Deal Cedillo Backlash Tour" as constituents vented their collective frustrations on the inattentive, Second Term-seeking Career Politico.
Sacred Heart Church Volunteer Robert Vega greets the audience at the Lincoln Heights Chamber of Commerce/Neighborhood Council./Sacred Heart Church CD-1 Candidate Forum.
** Blogger's Note:
Disclaimer (again)!! In the Alternative Reality (maybe) mindset of CD 1 City Councilman Gil "Broken Deal Cedillo", come Sunrise on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, ALL
CD-1 Constituents will be represented for another Term (lasting the same length as the Lincoln Park Pool closure)
by the former "One Bill Gil (with a Dream)".
But in bloggin reality (again), the second and last 2017 CD 1 City Council Election Debate/Candidate Forum, became the second and (sadly) last stop on the "Broken Deal Cedillo Backlash Tour"
with constituents confronting the current Officeholder with factually-based issues as the challengers (including approved Write-In Candidate Luca Barton) garnering positive audience support (minus the likes of Steve, Vera, Mario and others from the Lincoln Heights Chamber of Commerce).
We should note that while the fixation of the audience was focus on the candidates, it was hard NOT
to notice the presence of CONVICTED
Voter Fraud Felon Larry (I Am Patton State Hospital-referred Defendent NATIVO!!
) Lopez, who on GOOD
source, stated that all the documented allegations about him are "Googled Alternative Facts" ..... but when confronted with a "Googled Fact"
about his FELONY CONVICTION
for Voter Fraud, was led away by his fellow "Broken Deal Cedillo" associates-----Scott Johnson.
Some of the 200-300 Candidate Forum attendees.
Audience Members directing Questions to the Candidates.
Former "Voice Newspaper" Publisher/Editor Carlos Morales converses with AB 109-supporting (Cop Killer-enabler) Councilman Cedillo.
Labels: 2017 CD 1 Elections, CD 1 City Councilman Gil Cedillo, Lincoln Heights Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council, Sacred Heart Church