Monday, March 23, 2020

Brenda Jones v. Rashida Tlaib - #MeToo Takes A Dark Turn In Detroit

Yes, Nancy Pelosi and her rogue ass crew are prepared to throw Rashida Tlaib under the bus.

Yes, they planned it which is probably why Brenda Jones won the 2018 Special Election and Rashida won the 2018 General Election for the Michigan 13th Congressional District.

Cocktails & Popcorn: Nancy Pelosi Is Prepared To Throw The #MeToo Girls Under The Bus - In Detroit

Ian Conyers wanted to run in the 2020 election, but that is not going to happen because he was mean to my Sweetie.

Brenda Jones, Mayor Pro Tem of Detroit City Council, sits on the Election Commission, who certifies elections.

Brenda refused to resign from City Council when she ran as a congressional candidate, but had no problem certifying her own election, when that election was riddled with incompetence in administration, fraud, and your basic espionage, making her illegitimately elected for that 8 day period in D.C.

Then, in the same breath of that same 2018 election, Brenda certified the election for Rashida, who is also unduly elected.

This means the entire Michigan 2018 election is nullified, if only there was due process.

This also means the 2016 election is nullified because she certified that jacked up election, too, and never once allowed all the complaints due process.

As Detroit carried the State of Michigan in elections, having the highest concentration of voters in the state, Governor Gretchen Whitmer is also unduly elected, but, hey, what do I know?

I know Trump continues to obstruct justice by keeping those IG Reports in his backpocket.

So the moral of the story is.... Do not be mean to my Sweetie.


Brenda Jones files papers suggesting she's running against Rep. Rashida Tlaib

WASHINGTON — Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones appears to be running for Congress again this year, though she hasn't made any formal announcement.

On Saturday, a political tracking website called posted on Twitter that Jones, who lost a close race to U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Detroit, in 2018, had filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission indicating she is a candidate in 2020.

The paperwork was dated Wednesday.

Former state Sen. Ian Conyers, D-Detroit, who also ran against Jones and Tlaib for the Democratic nomination to Michigan's 13th Congressional District, noted Jones' apparent entry into the race on his own feed on Twitter, saying it was "great news" for the district.

MI CD-13. Detroit City Council Pres Brenda Jones (D), who narrowly lost 2018 primary to now-freshman Cong Rashida Tlaib (D), has filed amended FEC paperwork indicating she is planning 2020 rematch primary run vs Tlaib.

Jones' own campaign website and Twitter feed were silent on her possible aspirations, however.

Two years ago, Jones lost in the Democratic primary in the predominantly Democratic district to Tlaib, a former state representative and civil rights lawyer, by 900 votes — about 1% of the total — to be the nominee for the full two-year term in Congress beginning January 2019.

That race, however, included a crowded field of six candidates that split the vote, causing some analysts to believe that if the field had been more narrow, Jones' chances would have been better.

That expectation was supported by the fact that in a somewhat smaller four-person field in the race to succeed former U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Detroit, for a two-month partial term, Jones beat Tlaib by about 2%, or 1,648 votes, and ended up serving briefly in Congress herself at the end of 2018.

Jones has been a member of City Council since 2005 and entered the nomination fight in 2018 as a potential front-runner, having the backing of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and establishment Democrats. But Tlaib put together an aggressive campaign, raising more money than Jones.

Tlaib may be an even more formidable candidate now, having thrust herself into the national spotlight with early calls for President Donald Trump's impeachment and becoming a campaign surrogate for Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont in his run for the Democratic presidential nomination.

If Jones is running, she will have until 4 p.m. April 21 to file at least 1,000 valid signatures from the district in support of her candidacy. While it is not normally difficult to get that number of signatures, efforts to collect them this year could potentially be made more challenging by the spread of coronavirus.

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