So is the Treyger campaign accusing Brooklyn GOP Radio of "fraudulently" reporting on his campaign's alleged fraud? According to YWN:
A spokesman for the Treyger campaign told YWN that there’s no further evidence, other than the Republican bloggers, that the note was placed on the bulletin board. The spokesperson noted that Mr. Treyger’s club is one of the most efficient progressive clubs in NYC, and that all of the volunteers and operatives are well trained to follow the petition collecting according to the law.
Let's analyze this paraphrased statement, shall we?
"there's no further evidence, other than the Republican bloggers, that the note was placed on the bulletin board."
So the NOTE wasn't there, but the petition was? Is this an accusation that there is a Brooklyn GOP Radio-related conspiracy afoot against poor lil' innocent victim Mark Treyger? Because, you know, we ain't got nothing better to do than to put up fake notes and flyers about Mark Treyer right next to Democratic Petitions that just so happen to have Mark Treyger's name on it.
And put it under the same piece of duct tape used to affix the petition.
I'm sure, if necessary, Brooklyn YRs President Diana Sepulveda, who discovered the petition WITH the note in the first place, would be happy to sign a sworn affidavit as to what she saw, how she found it, how she took the photo, and the like.
If any of Mr. Treyger's opponents - Democrat or Republican - are interested in such a thing, contact the show blog.
Wouldn't it have been easier to just say "Wow, that's messed up. We'll find out who did that, and make sure we don't claim those signatures from that person." ???
No, not really, especially if they're going to turn a blind eye to the fraud, blame and vilify the messenger, and add the signatures to their count. That sounds about right for southern Brooklyn Democrats - in the proud grand tradition of frauds, deviants and criminals like Anthony Weiner and Carl Kruger.
I'm sure they're pleased as punch. Just look at Mark Treyger. He's all grown up - the lackeys of yesterday becoming the sleazeballs of today.