Jul 192021

Calling David Reade a volunteer is like drinking lite beer and claiming to be sober. It is absurd.

Apparently, team Faulconer was short on squishes so Mr. Reade was pressed in to service.

I see that they try to address Faulconer’s far-left positions such as Abortion on Demand (probably why Krick likes him), open borders, several local tax increase measures, gay rights, gun grabbing, trump-hate and the list goes on.

Cynthia Teasdale is part of the ham-fisted rule of Betsy Graves Mahan in Sacramento County and is part of the donor/lobbyist crowd down there.

Krick is a reliable far-left Republican that never met a live birth he liked.

Faroon-Buhler is the wife of Luis Buhler, moderate overlord and the one time handler of Charles T Munger, Jr.

Too Damn Hot Sale

David Stafford Reade is a regular feature on Right on Daily.

This would be like me sending a mailer with myself, Tim Rosales, Matt Rexroad and Arthur Schaper signing as volunteers for Larry Elder.

Remember, Kevin Faulconer is desperate for the CAGOP endorsement and information I have indicates that the far-left Faulconer is corrupt as hell. It appears that the CAGOP leadership want to whore out the good name of the party for money to someone whose opposition research file is like threemile island.

Under a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2019, gubernatorial candidates are required to provide five years of tax returns to the state in order to run. Earlier this year, the governor released his own returns, showing he and his wife, First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, earned about $1.7 million in 2019.

The highest earner among the recall candidates was Anthony Trimino, an Irvine Republican who is CEO and president of Traffik advertising. Trimino and his wife, Jennifer, reported making more than $4.3 million in 2020, most of it from the advertising agency.

Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and his wife Katherine Stuart reported a total income of $358,119 in 2019, most of it from Restaurant Events, Inc., the San Diego company controlled by Stuart that organizes events with restaurants, including parties that have been known to shut down several city blocks.

Former Congressman Doug Ose, a Republican, paid $193,086 in federal taxes on an income of $717,183 in 2019.

Ose’s company, GRP 2011 LLC, operates Gibson Ranch Regional Park under a lease deal with Sacramento County. Ose agreed to take the park over about a decade ago when the county could no longer afford to maintain it.

Tax filings from 2016 show Ose’s company lost $28,358 on the park. In 2017, the former lawmaker negotiated a better deal with the county, and the company made $76,186 from the deal. In 2018, the company made $20,331 from the park, and in 2019, he lost $3,281.

John Cox and his wife Sarah Hall Cox reported an income of $278,928 in 2019. He reported zero taxable income after deducting huge losses on investment partnerships, but still paid $1,099 in taxes. Much of Cox’s income came from rents on the residential properties he owns.

Reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner reported earning $558,774 in 2019, paying $143,076 in federal income taxes. A sizable portion of her income, about $365,000, came from a business called CJ Memoires LLC, likely connected to sales from Jenner’s book, “The Secrets of My Life,” which published in 2017.

Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, R-Rocklin, earned $113,311 in 2020, which included $1,436 in income from the Ose-Kiley Cattle Co., a business he co-owns with rival Ose.

(The blockquote was lifted from a Sacramento Bee article 7-19-2021)

So has Kevin Faulconer been doing the same thing as Newsom? That is leveraging his office to enrich his wife’s business? Not only are Faulconer and Newsolini a pair of democrats, they appear to be a pair of corrupt politicians. Lovely… more to come for Faulconer and his crew.

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