May 182020
 

Despite what the experts say, it appears that Katie “Trainwreck” Porter is sweating. She has been making several appearances on fawning media. There is some palace intrigue regarding the fate of Senator Dianne Feinstein as some of the pyschos on the extreme left think she is going to get arrested for insider trading. The problem is that it is not illegal under the rules Obama signed in to law the year after the practice was allegedly banned. Secondly, take a look at her and ask yourself if she could beat Adam Schiff in a communist primary in California?

Yup. This is the Congressman from CA-45.

Greg Raths beat Don Sedgwick and others in the primary. We’ve written about John Thomas (Sedgwick’s consultant) many times, but suffice to say the experts thought Sedgwick was the best ticket for the GOP. They obviously were ignoring the John Thomas factor – now it appears they are stuck on the notion that Raths can’t win #CA45.

Will 2020 be the year that Greg Raths actually calls people and raises money and support? It’s out there if he will get it and Katie Porter is not well-liked despite what she’d have you believe.

Jennifer Seibel Newsom – the first lady of California wrote a fawning article about Katie Porter in some gossip rag. (Remember Jennifer Newsom was Gavin’s 2nd or 3rd affair on his previous wife) The Atlantic wrote an article about Porter grandstanding against Political Action Committees and sources tell me none other that perennial leech and consultant debris Matt Cunningham is telling people big donors are sitting out the 2022 US Senate Race in California.

So – are Matt Cunningham and others known to be associated with Disney working against Greg Raths on behalf of Porter? Do they think getting Porter parachuted in to the US senate (BatWoman costume and all) will make it easier for Disney to purchase a replacement? If Disney cares this much why didn’t they intervene in the CA45 Primary?

Porter on her own right seems to have missed the memo about her easy re-election: (From Elle Magazine, a publication that tells women to have an affair on their husband to liven up a dull marriage among other brilliant advice tidbits)

What’s your greatest fear heading into the 2020 election?

One is that I represent an area with a large campus, the wonderful University of California Irvine. I’m very worried about those students and how they’re going to vote. I’m also worried broadly about how Americans react when they’re struggling. This is a time in which so many people are unemployed, so many people are worried about how the economy is going to bounce back, how they’re going to pay their rent or their mortgage, what kind of job opportunities might be there for their kids.

I think when that happens, that fear often turns into anger and frustration, and sometimes that turns into wanting to find someone to blame. The reality here is the problem is the virus. I worry that people will just be so frightened, and they’ll get angry and they’ll get discouraged about the potential of government in a time like this. There’ve been so many lost opportunities by the administration in this pandemic. I very much hope that people see and believe in the good that government can do.

As if we have not figured this out already – the democrats have been ballot harvesting for years. I’ve seen it in 2002, 2006, 2008 and I’ve been told specifics in other elections (including 2012 in Washoe County Nevada). Katie Porter knows that without a college campus, teacher’s union halls, senior living facilities, SEIU halls and the like that her road to re-election will be much more difficult. Planned Parenthood facilities serving as ballot drop-off points are not enough to do the job. Also note her confirmation that Government is her higher power.

I’m very worried about those students and how they’re going to vote.

Stay tuned folks – I think there is something to the US Senate rumors about Katie Trainwreck:

Who is your top pick for vice president?

I am a super fan of Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren. These are the two women who made it possible for me to launch my campaign. When I first thought about running for office, I’d never run for anything, not even city council or student government. When I went to both of them and I said, “I’m thinking about running for Congress,” they both made very clear that they would be by my side and be with me every step of the way. [There’s] that potential for growing the next generation of leaders. I’ve seen them both do that. They’re both passionate about justice, about equality. They’re both willing to stand up to power, and they both have strong voices.

But remember what’s most important: I’m very worried about those students and how they’re going to vote.

Katie Trainwreck for Senate. Congress is but a stepping stone…

Mar 012020
 

Derobah Pauly is well-known for having political Tourette’s Syndrome. The list of people she hates and rages on goes far beyond your intrepid blogger. I am not sure years of therapy and an exorcism would help Pauly.

Later, Pauly claimed her remarks were aimed at two of the event’s speakers who she alleged were terrorists. But that did little to satisfy critics. Hundreds of people from various ethnicities and faiths protested at Villa Park City Hall, calling Pauly’s remarks bigoted and Islamophobic.

This isn’t the first time Pauly has had a run-in with police involving alcohol. In 2012, her husband James tried to evade a police DUI checkpoint in Orange, but instead crashed the car he was driving, also a Porsche, into a curb and was arrested for drunken driving, the OC Weekly reported.

During that arrest, James Pauly tried to slip off his handcuffs, and Deborah Pauly asked to drive the Porsche home, according to the Weekly. But police refused the request because she appeared to be drunk, the Weekly said.

When reached for comment, Pauly said she didn’t want to discuss the circumstances of her accident this month because her DUI case is still pending.

However, she did acknowledge making comments during the police encounter that could have been construed as anti-Muslim.

At first, she said it’s “absolutely not true” that she made anti-Muslim remarks the night she was arrested. But when asked if she said something that could have been interpreted or misconstrued as anti-Muslim, she responded, “it was 9/11,” referring to the anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

According to an online city log, she was arrested at 1:24 am on Sept. 12.

Someone want to tell me why a Villa Park Councilmember was in a residential neighborhood at 1:24AM near the 91/I5 intersection? And, note – shortly after this 2015 DUI, Pauly and her husband of 32 years split.

2 wrecked Porsches later – it was a Mazda Pickup that was the undoing of Mz. Pauly.

Pauly hates OCGOP Chairman Fred Whitaker and is known for inciting fights and drama at OCGOP meetings because the voices in her head tell her to. It is ironic, as it has been put to me that Whitaker is also a top booster of CA-45 Candidate Don Sedgwick. Politics does indeed create odd coalitions.

In addition – in the few years I have been tracking the crazed Deborah Pauly, she has run for AD-68 and OC Supervisor.

It appears that Mz. Pauly has a fan club

Then of course people in Orange County are really appreciative of Pauly’s campaign style – when she is not bagging on Asians or talking about Marines sending Muslims to meet their virgins or drinking and driving or… aw hell…

Thank You Deborah Pauly for defacing our CA-45 campaign. #FACEPALM #NUTZ

Feb 272020
 

Lt. Eric Trapp said Pauly, 56, was driving a blue Porsche 911 and negotiating a turn from the 1100 N. Minot block onto Ventura street when she struck a white Mazda pickup truck. The truck was parked at the time of the accident, Trapp said.

She was given a field sobriety test and officers determined she was intoxicated, according to Trapp. She was booked at the Anaheim police station.

Pauly, a well known anti-establishment figure within the Orange County GOP, triggered a firestorm in 2011 for comments she made that were perceived as hate speech against Muslims.

Speaking to a crowd of protesters outside an Islamic charity event held at a mosque in Yorba Linda, Pauly said, “I know quite a few Marines who would be very happy to help these terrorists to an early meeting in paradise,” and that what was happening inside the mosque was “pure, unadulterated evil.”

Later, Pauly claimed her remarks were aimed at two of the event’s speakers who she alleged were terrorists. But that did little to satisfy critics. Hundreds of people from various ethnicities and faiths protested at Villa Park City Hall, calling Pauly’s remarks bigoted and Islamophobic.

Gheez Don, you really need to do a background check on your campaign surrogates!

What the hell? Was DUI Debbie drunk again? It appears that she has had multiple, public incidents with alcohol. And, here we have a direct slam on Asians on her facebook page.

So – read her comments carefully and put them in context of her calling for Marines to send Muslims to meet Allah. She says flat out that Asian Drivers on a stretch of roadway with extensive construction is treacherous.

So, DUI Debbie, what part of being Asian is Not treacherous? Making Broccoli Beef? Folding a shirt?

This isn’t the first time Pauly has had a run-in with police involving alcohol. In 2012, her husband James tried to evade a police DUI checkpoint in Orange, but instead crashed the car he was driving, also a Porsche, into a curb and was arrested for drunken driving, the OC Weekly reported.

During that arrest, James Pauly tried to slip off his handcuffs, and Deborah Pauly asked to drive the Porsche home, according to the Weekly. But police refused the request because she appeared to be drunk, the Weekly said.

When reached for comment, Pauly said she didn’t want to discuss the circumstances of her accident this month because her DUI case is still pending.

However, she did acknowledge making comments during the police encounter that could have been construed as anti-Muslim.

At first, she said it’s “absolutely not true” that she made anti-Muslim remarks the night she was arrested. But when asked if she said something that could have been interpreted or misconstrued as anti-Muslim, she responded, “it was 9/11,” referring to the anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

According to an online city log, she was arrested at 1:24 am on Sept. 12.

“It’s impossible I think to go through 9/11 without thinking what happened to our country, and how so many of our freedoms have been lost as a result,” she said.

Officers “hear what they want to hear,” Pauly said.

During the interview, Pauly went on to speculate that Muslims had fed the story to Voice of OC. She also accused others who don’t want to see her elected of pushing the story, including possibly her opponents in the assembly race or members of the county GOP establishment.

“This is someone of course trying to discredit me… I expect to be attacked constantly. I expect every little thing I do to be scrutinized,” Pauly said. “I certainly wasn’t making any comments other than how distressing that day is, which it is,” she said.

Dui Debbie needs help. (BTW – read the Voice of OC for the rest of the article cited in this blog)

Attacking Asians. Attacking Muslims. Attacking Cops. 2 Wrecked Porsches in Alcohol-Related Incidents.

What does this disaster do for an encore?

If I was Greg Raths – I’d write this nimrod a thank you letter for attacking him. If I as Don Sedgwick, I’d call Orange County Mental Health Services to do a welfare check on her. (And I’d call your Bishop, too)

And she called me evil too. LOL

Feb 262020
 

People that read Right on Daily will remember that DUI Debbie Pauly is one of my FAVORITES.

Deborah Pauly is one of my favorites in politics. I will give her credit for making her opinions known. Loudly. Repeatedly. Aggressively.

Apparently, she has “Top Gun Envy” or something against Greg Raths, because it certainly does not appear that she is enamored with Don Sedgwick. Her unscrewed rants (normal for her) against Greg Raths are hysterically Funny. (And just plan hysterical)

This remains one of my favorite screenshots of all time.

Lest Don think that DUI Debbie is a hardcore supporter – she decided to support Travis Allen for Governor 100% based on the fact that I was being paid to assist John Cox.

Does this photo mean DUI Debbie doesn’t like Travis Allen anymore. I’m everywhere MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

With people like Deborah Pauly supporting Don Sedgwick, Katie Porter probably can cut back on her budget for opposition research. And Mr. Sedgwick should be advised to not let Pauly volunteer to drive for precinct walks or campaign events.

As far as the differences between DUI Debbie Pauly and Greg Raths, here’s just one.

Greg Raths has served two terms as Pro-Tem and one as Mayor of Mission Viejo. Deborah Pauly on the other hand couldn’t get the Villa Park Council to ever give her the right time of day.

Don Sedgwick is a practicing Mormon who is alleged to be an elder/priest of some sort in his local stake/district. If so, I am not sure how having surrogates such as Deborah Pauly keeps in adherence with the admonition of the prophet Joseph to “Stand in Holy Places”. It appears more like a the back end of a Mazda Pickup in Northwest Anaheim. From the DUI Queen of Orange County:

ANAHEIM, Calif. – At around 1 a.m. on Sep. 12, Deborah Pauly, a candidate for assembly and a former Villa Park city council member crashed into a parked, unoccupied vehicle and was arrested for driving under the influence.

Pauly, 56, was behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 when she collided with a parked Mazda pickup truck in the 100 block of Minot Street in the early morning hours of Sep. 12, according to Anaheim police Lt. Eric Trapp. Pauly’s whereabouts before the crash has not been released.

According to Trapp, an Anaheim police officer had Pauly submit to a field sobriety test at the scene of the accident, but she failed the test.

Pauly was arrested and booked into the Anaheim Temporary Detention Facility under for DUI and driving under the influence with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 percent or greater, said Trapp.

Due to the pending criminal case, Anaheim police would not provide Pauly’s exact BAC.

Trapp said that Pauly was released from jail on a written promise that she would appear in court. Her arraignment is scheduled for Oct. 26 in Orange County North Justice Center in Fullerton.

On Sep. 28, Pauly claimed that “personal issues” contributed to the incident.

In a written statement, Pauly said that in the midst of launching her campaign for assembly, in August her husband filed for divorce after 32 years of marriage. She stressed that this very painful personal circumstance was no excuse to take full responsibility for her lapse.

She said the incident was a reminder to stay focused on her campaign and to maintain her high personal standards of character and conduct.

Pauly called her DUI “completely uncharacteristic” and asked for understanding, compassion, prayers and forgiveness. She said that this shall pass and she’ll be stronger because of it. Ultimately, she said, persevering through this challenge will make her a better person and legislator.

Pauly, a Republican, is running against Harry Sidhu in the 2016 election to replace Don Wagner, R-Irvine. The district spans from Anaheim Hills to Lake Forest.

In our next installment of DUI Debbie, we are going to discuss her High Personal Standards of Character and Conduct. (Note: I have not had a drink in over 17 years…)

Dear Don – you may want to hire a PHD level shrink to medicate Deborah Pauly as it may be the only way to keep her from costing you votes. Just a friendly suggestion from your intrepid blogger.

Apr 192016
 

No incumbent deserves re-election. They have to earn it. Period.

John Moorlach is selfish and does nothing to help anyone but himself. Moorlach is also reputed to be acerbic and aloof to people he deems unimportant and he also holds life-long grudges so the story goes. That was the nexus of Don Wagner’s run against him.

Mimi Walters is a freshman Congresswoman whose inaugural Heritage Score was a “D”. Apparently, this is the nexus for Greg Raths to run against her.

Hold the above thoughts for Dana Rohrabacher’s Press Release:

Statement by Congressman Dana Rohrabacher

I intend to run for re-election in 2018.

I very much enjoy and am honored to represent my constituents in the 48th Congressional District. My only plans are to continue to do so in 2016, 2018, and beyond. There has been some recent speculation as to appointments if there is a new Republican Administration.  They are simply speculation at this point and not part of my plans.  I can think of nothing more important than serving my constituents and my country in the United States Congress.  It’s an honor and a privilege.

I am disappointed to hear that Scott Baugh has been raising money for a 2018 campaign against me.  Scott Baugh represented to me and many of my supporters/donors that he would never run against me and was only raising money for when I retire. Baugh now seems to be evolving out of that commitment.  I hope that he would return contributions from those who were assured it would never be used in a race against me.

I am proud that I have served our country and my constituents with integrity and will continue to use my experience and my seniority to look out for their interests.

Scott Baugh is a hypocrite. Fred Whitaker is a hypocrite. Many others in OCGOP Leadership are hypocrites.

Whitaker and the OC GOP leadership are attempting to hold up chartering two local volunteer clubs because they don’t like what I am writing on this blog. I am not sure how I, living 440 miles away have gotten so much power that a few small minded people that can’t handle accountability want to hurt other people to vent their frustrations about what I am writing.

Orange County is turning Blue under their watchful eye. I know some that are trying to stop it – but the institutional inertia for the status quo outweighs morality, innovation and any vision for the future.

Scott Baugh is a former Chairman of the OC GOP. He and others on the OC GOP (including current Chairman Fred Whitaker) in their attempts to defend the status quo pointed out that the over $300k raised by Don Wagner, including the 30+K in recent years directly to the OC GOP did not matter. John Moorlach deserved re-election at all costs.

One such cost will be that $30k that Wagner raised is now gone and Moorlach will not raise a dime. He has told leadership as such – even as they were preparing to try and save him from Don Wagner! Apparently, the OC GOP leadership does not need the $30k, a small price to pay to maintain the status quo.

Mimi Walters was defended by Fred Whitaker in a conference call. His primary defense WAS ALL THE MONEY MIMI WALTERS RAISED FOR THE PARTY. Don Wagner raised more. He does not matter, he is not an incumbent.

Real people don’t look at incumbency. Only other incumbents worried about the precedent and what it means to them. We call this self-serving party organizational suicide.

If Mimi Walters deserves re-election because of her fundraising and recruiting of other candidates – then John Moorlach (the double-dipping, pension-spiking “conservative”) deserved to go.

Nope. The OC GOP has no moral high ground to stand on or credibility in my opinion and I write this as some of the same power brokers are rigging the election of the upcoming Orange County GOP Central Committee.

The OC GOP has no moral basis to oppose Greg Raths or attempt to bully him. They need to stand up and be counted as a part of the establishment that has brought us the rage-based coalition of Donald Trump. Trump’s rise is 100% due to the epic moral failure of GOP leadership characterized by situational ethics and prizing the status quo more than anyone or anything else.

This leads us to Dana Rohrabacher. Rohrabacher was FORCED TO DEFEND HIMSELF. Why? The OC GOP actually looks like they did not defend one of their incumbents!!!

So, I can’t even say the OC GOP are denizens of the Status-Quo? It appears that the desire to avoid conflict took them in to a state of paralysis.

Dear Congressman Rohrabacher. I don’t know you. I have met you only once. I will defend you. You deserve better than to be discarded by a new generation of self-serving pseudo-conservative opportunists.

Not everyone in the OCGOP are bad people. There are many good, solid people there. It is time to discard Scott Baugh. It is time to discard Fred Whitaker and let’s get leadership with consistency to principle and a spine.

As a concluding note: To my friends in the newly forming OC GOP volunteer clubs, my apologies if the leadership of the OC GOP uses me as an excuse to protect the status quo. If they deny your charter because of me, that’s on them, not you.