NOW Endorses Jerry Brown As His Staffer (Or Brown?) Calls Meg Whitman “A Whore”


One of California gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown’s aides called his opponent, Republican Meg Whitman, “a whore” during a telephone call.

Or maybe Brown said it himself. At time of writing it wasn’t 100 percent clear.

Apparently the former and possibly future governor thought the phone had been hung up but after Brown left a message for a police union its voicemail system continued recording. I keep telling people speakerphones are a pain in the butt but nobody listens to me on this point. The sound quality is bad and it’s hard to know when the call ends. Whatcha gonna do?

Whether Brown said it or not he scored a “gotcha” against himself. He’s probably not too happy in retrospect to have associated with mass murdering communist Rev. Jim Jones (of the Jonestown, Guyana massacre that claimed 909 lives) as shown in the photo above either, but that’s life. Lots of Democratic politicians embraced the guy. Who knew a ranting revolutionary cult leader might force his followers to kill themselves in a jungle commune in South America? It could happen to anybody. Just because Jones was part of Brown’s political base doesn’t prove a thing. Stop with the guilt by association, you monster! Lots of leftists hung out with Jones. Shame on you for even thinking of Jones and Brown at the same time!

And then there’s Brown’s cover-up of the ACORN scandal. The fact that Brown, who is California’s attorney general, is a longtime ACORN ally and that an ACORN employee admitted Brown’s investigation was a sham is pure coincidence. It doesn’t mean anything. Stop jumping to conclusions!

Anyway, here’s the context of the comment by Brown and/or a staffer.

Brown was leaving a message a few weeks ago for union official Scott Rate of the Los Angeles Police Protective League (which later endorsed Whitman) to seek its endorsement. Brown thought he disconnected but Rate’s voicemail kept recording. Brown said he was under pressure to come out in favor of not reforming public safety pensions lest he lost police union endorsements. He was upset that Whitman had already agreed to keep the police unions out of the important components of her public employee pension reform plan.

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