Friday, April 6, 2018


MIKE HERNANDEZ PAYS MONTOYA TO SPREAD FALSE CLAIMS OF VOTER SUPPRESSION TO MANIPULATE ELECTION

Mike knows damn well polls which are costly and produce nearly no votes, is not how good stewards of the public tax dollar spends the money to keep such polls open.  So he pays his drunk propagandist to lie and make it appear the voters are being cheated and Mike is trying to protect them.  No, Mike such as with his fake charity is using scare tactics or trinkets to get votes to help his Port candidates win.

The winning ticket is, Javiera Vera and John Wood if you want to keep Carlos Marin, who cost the taxpayers millions with his Imagine Brownsville scheme, and Mike Hernandez from taking control of the economic engineers of our community.  You were duped by Carlos Marin once out of millions, are you going to fall for the scam again?

An honest explanation between BND and TSC as to how the polling places were chosen. Nothing nefarious, and very little to do with Remi Garza.  As stewards of your tax dollars the BND and TSC must be responsible as to cost.  

You will note they moved the polling place from the BND,  for obvious reasons to the fire station. They closed Christ the King and moved it a few blocks over to the library.  They actually opened a new polling place, while closing those which do not produce votes.

MIKE HERNANDEZ CLEARLY FAVORS WASTING YOUR TAX DOLLARS ON NEEDLESS POLLING PLACES AS A WAY TO SCARE YOU - IS THIS WHO YOU WANT RUNNING THE PORT?  END MIKE HERNANDEZ, AND CARLOS MARIN WHO COST THE TAXPAYERS MILLIONS WITH IMAGINE BROWNSVILLE BY VOTING FOR JOHN WOOD AND JAVIER VERA


The exchange between TSC and the BND as to the polling places.

" There has been a discussion in the blogs regarding the choices made for the polling places for the BND/TSC election.  I see that Adela Garza was interviewed about the list, and I wanted to touch base with you in case you were contacted.

In the blog, it seems to infer that Remi Garza made the decision on the polling places.  While he was a part of the decision-making process, he did not have the final word.  Edgar Chrnko of TSC and I met and finalized the list with Remi, using the list of polling places that has been used for a number of elections now for the BND/TSC.  The blog is right, the BND and the TSC Boards did approve this list.

We combine County election precincts to get our Election Day Voting Precincts.  The BND spans 57 County Election Precincts.  We combine these into 18 Election Day Voting Precincts to control the cost of this election.  In the last election, we had a total of 5,969 voters.  Early voting accounted for 4,370 of these voters, leaving only 1,599 Election Day Voters, and average of about 90 per polling place.

[EDITORS NOTE:  HOW MUCH MORE IRRESPONSIBLE SPENDING DOES MIKE HERNANDEZ WANT TO INCREASE HIS CHANCES OF TAKING CONTROL OF THE PORT FOR HIS OWN ECONOMIC BENEFIT?  CAN HE NAME ONE IDEA HE OR HIS CANDIDATES HAVE TO IMPROVE THE CONDITIONS AT THE PORT? - MORE ON MONDAY ON EXCITING CHANGES]

There is a comment from one of the TSC trustees regarding opening all the polling places.  That would come with a huge cost, and I don’t think it would increase voter turnout. 

One of the comments in the blog has to do with not using Christ the King Church.  We have gone to a public building in using the Southmost Library.  (We also stopped using the First Presbyterian Church in favor of a public building.)  We don’t use the BISD Administration Building.  We also won’t be using the BND Administration Building this year, for obvious reasons.  We are using the Fire Station at the Port, instead.

We did close down one of the Election Day Polling Places – at Perkins.  This was a very low voter turnout location.  We opted to combine these voters with the Rivera Election Day Polling Place.  We opened a new polling place at Hudson to take some of the voters from Burns, where we have typically had long lines.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions regarding the selection of the polling places."

TO THE PEOPLE:

Time is short.  The Herald will never accept ads telling the truth about Mike Hernandez.  Raise the money now for several mailers with the truth, or turn Cameron County over to Mike Hernandez and Carlos Marin.  Fight now or live with the consequence.

MIKE HERNANDEZ IS A CON ARTIST WHO SUES TO SILENCE SPEECH AND WHO BUYS FAKE PUBLICITY AND LIES TO PROMOTE HIS CON JOB

Before Mike Hernandez bought Montoya, Montoya had it right.  But beer money always gets Montoya to change sides.  Hernandez calls it charity when he feeds an addiction which is a disease - such as alcoholism.  Not charity at all - just killing an innocent person with a deadly disease to accomplish his con on our community.

Montoya before Mike bought him with beer money to feed his deadly disease. It is like giving cocaine to an addict for nice words.  Mike Hernandez is a very sick and evil man.

""Philanthropist: a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes."

By Juan Montoya

There is a passage (in the Bible, perhaps?) that says you should do good even when no one is looking.

The quote above about doing good when no one is looking comes to mind because despite Hernandez's protests (the paper calls him Mike) that he has come back to save us from ourselves and lift the region out of poverty, seems to have a jaundiced view of what philanthropy means.

He is dangling a $10 million carrot in the next 10 years to make that possible.

He tells the Herald's Steve Taylor that he had "hoped" to kick start the renovation of the Hotel El Jardin but, after crunching numbers, he found that the project "lacks financial feasibility."

So much for philanthropy if there's no profit, hey Mike?
But not to worry, Mike (can we call you Mike?) says he's "exploring" other opportunities downtown."

EDITOR:

Mike Hernandez's handful of silver coins as bogus charity is just a con to garner votes from gullible people.

We better get mailers out now, or give our community to Mike Hernandez and Carlos Marin.

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