A gathering at a Sacramento watering hole for drinks by a member of the California legislature and some legislative staff culminated with the official allegedly sexually assaulting a drunk and unconscious staffer. This is according to a highly credible and well-placed source who provided us with written assurances that they would reaffirm these statements with legal authorities, if asked.
Now, I am going to name names. But there is a little catch -- so keep reading.
Just like everybody knew there was a Harvey Weinstein in Hollywood, everybody knows there is a “Harvey Weinstein” in the California legislature. In fact, there are “Harvey Weinsteins!”
On October 6, I submitted a letter to Speaker Anthony Rendon's office requesting a formal investigation into various allegations surrounding the conduct of Assemblyman Marc Steinorth (R-Rancho Cucamonga), including an alleged affair with Heather Rouhana, his chief of staff.
We received a confirmation of receipt on October 10th from Carrie Cornwell, Chief of Staff for Speaker Rendon.Continue reading
Before we get into this blog post. I have a special message for the staff members of state legislators.Continue reading
Did the Redlands Republican Women's Club rescind the guest speaker invite to Assemblyman Marc Steinorth?
Steinorth was scheduled to speak at Friday's luncheon. That was until there was some backlash by Republican activists on social media slamming the selection in light of our revelations about the allegations of physical abuse and affair made by his wife in court documents.Continue reading
Looks like somebody has a really bad case of the Mondays.
And by somebody, I mean Assemblyman Marc Steinorth.Continue reading
This week when the California Republican Party announced that American nationalist rock star Steve Bannon had been selected to speak at the upcoming convention, the increasingly marginalized and impotent Assemblyman Chad Mayes criticized the move.
The "Never Trumper" who cheated on his wife, broke up two families, voted for the largest gas tax increase in American history and was subsequently forced to resign from leadership after an unprecedented grassroots campaign wanted to lecture the CRP and his fellow Republicans on tone-deafness.