More Not In Our Town hypocrisy from Twitter:
Is this where I’m supposed to say “I object to these words and the damage they cause. They have no place in our community.” (from the NIOT pledge – Intolerant words)
By: Diane Benjamin
If you watched the Bloomington City Council meeting last Monday you saw:
- Tari stand up right before starting the meeting
- Going to the Clerk to get a comment card
- (According to a witness) Tari took the card to Brexton Isaccs who came in late
- Tari had the Council vote to allow more than the usual number of speakers
Brexton is an IWU student, majoring in political science. Renner just happens to teach political science.
Renner is a proud Democrat, Brexton just happens to be the President of the College Dems.
I’m sure there was absolutely nothing nefarious about Brexton showing up late and receiving special privileges denied to others who didn’t get their comment card filled out in time. After all, he was there to talk about Renner’s boogeywoman Judy Stearns.
So much for the NOT-IN-OUR-TOWN pledge against bullying. Of course the Council didn’t care, potted plants have no opinions. Funny, Brexton’s talk was about Stearn’s violating the Not-In-Our-Town pledge she didn’t sign. Renner did sign it, but nobody is holding him accountable. Everybody say it together: Hypocrisy!
But there is more:
I was just paging through the judge’s order from yesterday. Just to be clear, I have no idea what the judge is referencing in most of it. My lawsuit was a request to the court to review emails redacted by the City and then rule whether they were properly withheld according to the law. The City was forced to hand over stacks of emails to the judge. I, rightly, did not get copies. The judge’s order is based on her review of these emails.
Somebody we now know pops up again! I believe this email concerns Modified Wards, but I won’t know for sure until the City hands it over. Brexton gets around! I bet if somebody looked, Brexton worked on Renner’s campaign and on Scott Black’s. Tari is more transparent than he realizes – just not where he needs to be.