Friday, April 26, 2019



MONTOYA AND MCHALE GO ON FICTION FRENZY TO SATISFY THOSE PAYING THEM TO DESTROY BROWNSVILLE, AND EVERY INNOCENT PERSON TRYING TO MAKE BROWNSVILLE A BETTER PLACE

The other day I reported how I called the police to file a complaint on an officer.  I identified their car by number.  I praised the new police chief at every turn and indicated my complete confidence in him.  I hold by my words and even more so am I confident we finally have a police chief who will clean house.  I think, I am pretty close to saying the same about the new city manager.  More on these issues Monday.

McHale attacked me with his classic frenzy lying about what I said about the police incident at my home.  For the record, all is calm and the problem is permanently fixed.  The Chief did his job, and a message was sent to all officers, even small infractions by the police officers will be handled.

MONTOYA AND MCHALE CALL IT A POLICE STATE IF THE POLICE RESPOND TO A COMPLAINT

I fully support a criminal investigation against Montoya and Mchale for inciting a social media frenzy calling into question the integrity of our elections, all in exchange for chump change.

Remi Garza is an amazing Elections Administrator.  McHale does one of his bought and paid for attacks on Remi Garza because I am not blocked from looking at election archives, which by the way are public record.  Cameron County and the people are very fortunate to have Remi Garza as the first line of defense for our democracy.  McHale can attack with all of his lies and Remi will not fold.  Remi will hold on keeping our elections fair.  Maybe it is that state investigation involving McHale and Cowan which has McHale so mad.  To the best of my knowledge Remi is not even involved in it.

THE FAKE LIBRARY STORY

This election is very, very dirty.  You have Mike Hernandez and Abraham Galonsky waging one of the worse unethical dirty campaigns imaginable. But to be honest, and you can see it in my reporting, Galonsky has taken filth to a new low.  He has gone so low, the BV not has not really covered Mikes' candidates that much, the BV before anyone else called Jessica Tetreau-Kalifa, an Hernandez puppet the winner before anyone even announced for the position.  Pat Ahumada is moving up, but we need to see if it is too late.  Pat could win a runoff with Jessica if he can raise the money to get the message out there.

 At the end I will repeat who I voted for and why because Trey, Ismael, and Pat, have run honorable and very professional campaigns.  They have also hit the issues unlike the  other candidates.

Other than claims of wrongdoing, Valley Central and Remi Garza could not identify one specific complaint or any actual act of wrong doing.  Montoya and McHale want to the police to not respond when called with complaints.  

WHAT TRUTH IS MCHALE AND MONTOYA TRYING TO HIDE BY TRASHING OUR NEW POLICE CHIEF AND POLICE FOR DOING THEIR JOB AND RESPONDING TO A 911 CALL AND INVESTIGATING?

Remi Garza on Valley Central did an excellent job in explaining the law about promising food in exchange for voting a certain way.  But Remi, Valley Central nor the police could identify any candidate engaging in such conduct.  It is normal, although I hate it, that the campaigns give away food near the polls. This by itself is normal.

What really happened is these first campaigns under the care of Galonsky, mostly, and Hernandez needlessly got the police involved to create a false image.  The police had no choice but to respond.  Had the campaign workers not called the police with bogus complaints, no voter would have seen the police.

Neither McHale nor Montoya could name one voter who felt intimidated by  the police investigating the complaints.

The dirty campaigns under the tutelage of Galonsky and Hernandez created the mess.  There is no proof either Galonsky or Hernandez encouraged this terrible conduct by the campaign workers.

GUYS THERE ARE GOOD CANDIDATES AND THERE ARE GOOD THINGS HAPPENING.  YOU WILL LIKE MONDAY'S STORY BECAUSE IT SHOWS WE ARE GOING TO CLEAN HOUSE AT THE CITY - BUT YOU HAVE TO VOTE FOR THE RIGHT CANDIDATES.

HOW I VOTED AND WHY?




I am looking for balance.  Trey is the only mayoral candidate not tied to the Hernandez or Galonsky machine.  The fourth vote has to be independent.  Trey will do an A+ job on downtown and small business development with equal opportunity for everyone - no special favors.  That downtown tax money will then be available for other projects in Brownsville.

For at Large Ismael Hinojosa was closest to the people and the real deal not looking to make money with conflicts of interests.  He was an easy choice for me.  In this election the candidates across the board seemed to have very little understanding of the cause of the problems  the people face.  This was the part of the election which frustrated me the most.  I really believe Ismael will do the best job at looking at these problems and finding real solutions and not just promises.  Same for Pat.

Pat Ahumada for District 2 where I live was an easy choice.  Those angry with him over taking Galonsky's money, I get it and respect your anger.  But you have to pick your poison.  Pat is a great policy wonk and will be able to help Trey on some of the bigger policy issues.  Will they be a team?  No.  But if Pat presents the issue and how to address it properly Trey will be all ears.  Trey will be open to Pat's knowledge of grants and bringing entities together.  This does not mean they will always agree on policy.

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