Saturday, June 20, 2015

"Silk fence," silk purse, sow's ears: Record continues touting authoritarians in St. Johns County

Silt fence (EPA)


St. Johns County's Assistant County Administrator JERRY CAMERON (R-Chameleon)(he only appears pregnant), County Commission Chair PRISCILLA BENNETT a/k/a "RACHAEl BENNETT (R-Hutson Companies)," Commissioner JOHN H. "JAY" MORRIS (R-RPM International) and SHERIFF DAVID SHOAR f/k/a "DAVID HOAR," now under FBI criminal investigation, at center at Health Department Gauze Mahal ribbon-cutting.

A page-one banner headline in the June 20 St. Augustine Record touts Assistant County Administrator JERRY CAMERON's expected appearance "testifying before Congress," an unnamed subcommittee chaired by U.S. Rep. RONALD DEON DeSANTIS next week. The topic: VA reluctance to throw in with St. Johns County as a tenant in the County's Gauze Mahal, next to the County Administration Building Taj Mahal. So enthralled is The St. Augustine Record that it wrote yet another one-sided hate-VA story, reporting matters only from the County government's perspective.
The article reports that the VA's temporary clinic location on Old Moultrie Road already has a "silk fence."
Reckon they actually meant "silt fence?"
Whoever heard of a "silk fence?"
What reporter worth his/her salt would write about a "silk fence" without asking questions?
Ethically-challenged, ex-legislature candidate, ex-Fernandina Beach Police Chief JERRY CAMERON, who has blocked efforts to investigate the Michelle O'Connell shooting. CAMERON did so with hibachery in the third degree and with high-handed mockery ("go get a subpoena," he told me, after breaking his word to get a cost estimate and point of contact at Johnson Controls for the hourly water consumption at 4700 Sherlock Place for September 2-3, 2010).
So CAMERON gets to testify at a Congressional hearing?
I could give him some suggestions, but he's angry at me for calling him out publicly for his breaking his word on the O'Connell case related water consumption information. He's so close to Sheriff DAVID SHOAR that he told me on November 20, 2013 (four days before the New York Times story) that he read all of the information in several boxes of documents the Sheriff showed him and that he thought the O'Connell case was a "suicide."
What a lying lugubrious goober -- I will never vote for him for anything again (I supported him when he ran as a Libertarian for state legislature, but I don't vote for SHOAR-ostitutes).
Reckon that the PR-meisters at the County and their lapdogs at the Record are trying to affect martyrdom by attacking VA, hoping to divert attention from their own shortcomings?

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