May 022018

It does appear that Sniffy is going to need more than a columnist that writes a headline designed for campaign ads to deal with the whirlwind he has brought upon himself.

Chad Bianco’s Sheriff Campaign has cut a new TV spot that blisters Stan Sniff over his record of “Fed-Kicks”, fiscal mismanagement and playing politics.

Just yesterday, I was approached by another former deputy who said flat out he was told in a training meeting: “We don’t enforce immigration laws, you work for a politician”

For years Sniff has been allowed to be blatant in his disregard for ethics and integrity, no longer.

Stan Sniff’s day of accountability is here.

This TV spot is a solid effort – Click here to view the EPIC new Television Spot.

This is what we call a campaign folks.

Apr 272018

This is yet another sign that the political earth is moving under our feet… (BTW, Sniff announced the endorsement of former Sheriff Cois Byrd who is a current $60+ an hour TAP employee for a non-existent museum, more on that later)

The CCPOA has endorsed Stan Sniff twice in the past. Not now.

For Immediate Release April 27, 2018 Contact: Andre Levesque Phone: 916-626-6804

Chad Bianco Receives Endorsement of the California Correctional Peace Officers Association in the race for Riverside County Sheriff

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — Riverside County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Chad Bianco recently announced the endorsement of the California Correctional Peace Officers Association (CCPOA).

“Chad Bianco has done a great job as Riverside County Sheriff’s Lieutenant and we have no doubts he will succeed as the Sheriff of Riverside County,” said Terry Hammon, CCPOA Chapter President. “We believe Chad Bianco is the best candidate for Riverside County Sheriff and he has our full support.”

Riverside County is home to three state prisons: Chuckawalla Valley State Prison and Ironwood State Prison in Blythe and the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco. Thousands of CCPOA members live and work throughout the county, protecting the public while serving as state correctional officers and parole agents.

The election for Sheriff will take place in conjunction with the June 5, 2018 statewide Primary Election.

Meantime Hemet Dave is getting 10 people at his events and search parties are being dispatched for Miguelito.

Apr 272018

To those of you reading the RightonDaily Blog regularly, you’ve become accustomed to our hard-hitting unchained style of laying facts out on the political battlefield.

This analysis is as straightforward as I can make it. Dave Brown is officially a never-was candidate. Dave Brown raised $57K from 1/1/2018 – 4/21/2018 and his consultants have pocketed $32,000 of it. Say good night Brown.

Miguelito – Stan Sniff’s vote sponge has not even qualified his committee to have to file electronically. Surprise.

Sniff? Raised $96K.

For comparison – Mike Hestrin raised $135K despite having no credible opposition.

Jan Harnik, the extremely flawed former democrat donor turned Republican raised $136k in a district that is 1/5 of the county. The incumbent democrat, Manny Perez raised $266k, again in 1/5 of the County.

Chad Bianco? $357K. This is why Sniff and crew are whining about Chad Bianco’s money.

It is clear that Sniff knows he is in trouble and has known it for a while. These numbers bear it out. Usually in local non-partisan races the incumbents have a severe advantage. It is my opinion that Stan Sniff has lost his advantage.

This also explains why he promoted Misha Graves and then used her as a campaign ad. It explains recruiting Miguelito and then leaving him without any money to even mount an appearance of a campaign. It explains needing chaperones and goons to go to Chad Bianco events. It explains why the second floor does not care about Dave Brown. It explains the last-minute panicked CCW decision. It explains the promotion decisions as a whole and the sudden interest in replacing broken equipment. The reactionary nature of decisions is an indicator of worry and loss of control.

The State of Sniff’s empire also explains Undertaker Diyoyo retiring in the middle of an election year. Diyoyo could not even write the checks to Sniff himself for this reporting period, he had his wife write them.

This race is far from over and Sniff is an entrenched incumbent who is clearly abusing his office in order to try and gain political advantage over his opponents – but appears that despite the proven allegations of widespread campaigning by sheriff department staff on taxpayer time Sniff is losing ground.

It is easy to draw the conclusion that the odds indicate that it will be a Chad Bianco vs Stan Sniff runoff.

P.S. Did I mention that the Sheriff’s Association has $1.5 Million in the bank? What do you want to bet most of that lands in Stan Sniff’s living room?

P.P.S. I’d lay odds Sniff would get a similar result to the cucked Gun-Grabbing Sheriff of Broward County were a similar vote to occur.

Feb 272018

This is a post, word for word of the Banning Informer Article dated 5/20/2014. It was prophetic as everything described has gotten far worse, as you’ve been reading here on rightondaily:


A Closer Look at the Sheriff’s Race

5/20/14 – On June 3rd, 2014, Riverside County voters will elect their Sheriff. Two candidates are on the ballot : incumbent Sheriff Stan Sniff and Sheriff Deputy Lt. Chad Bianco.

In many such elections the candidates are interchangeable and very much alike. Not so in this one : there is a world of difference between Sniff and Bianco.


Sheriff Stan Sniff is a politician in uniform. He is of the opinion that the right of the people to bear arms is a privilege (which can be denied), rather than a fundamental constitutional right.

Sniff’s attitude is reflected in the number of CCW’s (concealed weapon permits) issued in Riverside County : of the estimated 650,000 gun owners, only 771 have a CCW issued by the Sheriff’s Department. With this policy, Sheriff Sniff appears to be right in line with the current mainstream gun grabbing agenda, courtesy of the likes of Senator Diane Feinstein & Co.

Challenger Chad Bianco believes that Sniff’s policy is fundamentally wrong. Bianco has stated that every law abiding citizen – as long as he or she has no criminal record – should be entitled to carry a concealed weapon. Bianco recognizes the right to bear arms as a constitutional, God given right, rather than a privilege handed down by the government to its subordinates.


In Banning’s 100 year history, no public official has ever raked the taxpayer over the barrel more than former Banning Police Chief Leonard Purvis. Last year, Purvis walked away from Banning with an obscene $ 300,000 in taxpayer cash – without ever filing a lawsuit.

December 11, 2013 : Sheriff Stan Sniff swears in former Banning Chief Leonard Purvis, despite his claim of mental impairment just 5 months earlier

Prior to being Banning’s Chief of Police, Purvis was a Riverside Sheriff Deputy ; it was during this time that Purvis and Sniff formed a very close relationship. When Purvis was Chief, Sheriff Stan Sniff is said to have frequently visited him at the Banning Police Department.

Readers of this website will remember the turmoil Purvis created, when he accused Council member Don Peterson of having caused him undue “severe anxiety and stress”.  To compensate him for his “suffering”, Purvis made a demand for $ 250,000.   –  Purvis’ real problem : Peterson – a former Police Sergeant himself – had the audacity to ask Purvis a number of questions (listed here) , none of which Purvis felt like answering.

Only 5 months after Purvis declared himself mentally impaired, and only a few weeks after he left Banning, his good buddy Stan Sniff arranged for Purvis to get re-hired by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Sniff has failed to answer any questions about the hiring of a – by his own account – mentally unstable Purvis.

How could Purvis pass the required psychological evaluation ? Did Sheriff Sniff override the standard POST requirements, because he could ?


Sheriff Purvis was sworn in on December 11, 2013. There is every indication that Sniff engaged in backdoor dealings when he hired Purvis : according to reliable sources, former City Manager Takata was scheduled to meet a Sheriff’s Corporal on December 12  at 2 PM, for the purpose of collecting background information on Purvis from the City of Banning . But since Purvis ended up being sworn in the day before, this meeting is said to never have taken place.

It therefore appears that a full background check was never done by the Sheriff’s Department with the City of Banning, in circumvention of standard hiring practices.


Sniff’s “right hand woman” is Undersheriff Colleen Walker. Walker’s husband is Wayne Walker, a retired RSO Lieutenant, who now owns and operates an investigation firm.

Former Police Chief Purvis funneled 10’s of thousands of taxpayer dollars to Wayne Walker, hiring him for internal investigations at the Banning Police Department. The majority of these contracts were given on a no-bid basis.

In short, the dealings between Wayne Walker and Leonard Purvis appear to be anything but “arms-length transactions’. Rather, their relationship seems to indicate an insider culture, in which Sheriff affiliates funnel each other lucrative contracts – without oversight.


Interim Chief Alex Diaz gained popularity with the public when he changed the direction of the Banning Police Department to a more citizen-friendly approach. Chief Diaz  extended lobby hours to 4 days per week, rather than 3 hours per week under his predecessor (see full story).

Chief Diaz has come to the conclusion that Lt. Bianco will make the better Sheriff. He has endorsed Chad Bianco. Way to go Chief !


At this time, Stan Sniff’s campaign may be outspending Chad Bianco’s 10 to 1 – but if voters pay close attention, Bianco may have a real chance.

If you cherish the Constitution and/or resent dirty back door deals, the likes of which Sniff pulled off with Purvis, your choice will be very clear : Chad Bianco for Sheriff !