By: Mary K. Berger
Under the tutelage of the ball-less editor, John Karlovec, who refuses to pay his law license dues, we can always focus immediately on the biases of the fish-wrapper he inherited from his father.
Nice try in going after the best candidate for Sheriff: Jimmy Lee Holden. The newspaper had to go back twenty years to find anything interesting on him. (Has anyone reading this done anything they ever wished they hadn’t?)
Holden stood up like a man, admitted past human failures, and accepted his punishment.
Hildenbrand, the disheveled high school graduate who is currently the sheriff, lied to everyone in the room and said he only got a stipend for spending all his time playing fireman, while he is supposed to be the sheriff. He was paid $75,000 from Hambden Fire Dept. over three years and that is not a stipend. But that’s what his W-2s show. And, by the way, how many fires has he fought in the last five or ten years?
It should be no surprise to anyone that the moderator at the recent Women’s League of Voters, Margaret Pauken, once lived in University Hts. She now lives in Chagrin Falls (also home of Karlovec and Sleaze Ball Prosecutor James Royal Flaiz), and tried to pull a pathetic “gotcha” imitation of Meghan Kelly on Holden.
During a debate in 2008 when Kelly asked Trump about his past experiences with women, he answered honestly like a real man would. Just like Holden did and he and Trump both made the moderator look foolish.
And another interesting headline on page one of the Maple Leaf rag: “…Panel Condemns Grendell’s Court Administrator.” Is the insinuation that she is going to be put to death? Or is this rag just pushing Matt Rambo who is running against Grendell. You know Rambo. He’s the guy who was a Democrat on Oct. 6, 2019 and magically became a Republican on Oct. 7 so he could run against Grendell.
Why didn’t he run against the inept loser Flaiz who knew for three years that embezzling was going on in the Auditor’s office, was warned twenty-six times by a county employee and still did nothing about it.
Will any of us ever stop laughing about how Flaiz had to drop 333 of 334 indictments against the woman involved in the embezzlement and, even though she got $480,000, she also got probation? He really knows how to play hardball.