Consider this: The growing Conservative website BizPacReview.com is coming to the rescue of diehard Democrat Dave Aronberg against what it sees is a corrupt Post!
In this poisoned political environment, the elephant helping out the donkey against what it sees as a common enemy? Now, that’s breaking news!
Aronberg, by the way, is the former state senator whose candidacy for State Attorney stung Mike McAuliffe, the previous guy, so badly that McAuliffe quit his job and reelection campaign.
“Conservatives want fair and unbiased media coverage for everyone,” said Jack Furnari, one of BizPacReview’s board members. “New Conservative media outlets have a responsibility to expose shoddy journalism and baseless opinion wherever it’s found, even when it’s about a Democrat.”
Something new and different!
Furnari’s stand came as a response to a Post story by Stacey Singer and Joel Engelhardt in which they expose an apparent conspiracy by Aronberg and prominent Democrats to discourage others to run for State Attorney. Among the more damaging allegations, the Post pointed out alleged blackmailing of a sitting judge, Krista Marx.
Well, Furnari went back to most of the Post‘s sources for the story, including Marx, and managed to punch quite a few holes in the paper’s theory.
Cards on the table: I worked with Engelhardt and Singer for more than a decade, and I know them both as grade-A professionals.
Furnari’s argument, however, is well worth a read: Click here for the bizpacreview.com story