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October 11, 2010
More Egg on Dem Faces
Almost a month ago AT posted my piece on the ineptitude of the Dems when they attacked New Mexico Republican gubernatorial candidate, Susan Martinez, with an NEA funded television ad featuring schoolteacher, Freda Trujillo, speaking out against Martinez. The Martinez campaign quickly responded with an ad of their own showing that the featured teacher wasn't exactly an objective attestant; Martinez had prosecuted Trujillo's ex-husband, Jesus Carmona, who was now serving time for kidnapping as a result of Martinez' prosecution. The Democrats then feigned outrage at Martinez for bullying the innocent teacher who had supposedly supported the jailing of her ex and was, according to their version, a blameless victim.
But now, courtesy of The Weekly Standard, we learn that the Dem's blameless schoolmarm is anything but. To the contrary, we see a letter written by Trujillo to the judge seeking leniency for her ex-husband. But what really leaves egg on a lot of Democrat faces is the revelation that their perfidious pedagogue has been sleeping with the enemy.
That's right, Bubba, quite literally sleeping with the claimed enemy as in repeated conjugal visits to the exemplary educator's ex-hubby. Here's what Weekly Standard's Daniel Halper has to say:
The kicker? Prison records, I'm told, show that Trujillo still frequently visits Carmona as his "wife," enjoying conjugal visits as recently as September 6, 2010. That's right - within days of the Democrats and NEA saying that Trujillo had nothing to do with the convicted kidnapper, she was engaging in private visitation rights at the place of incarceration.
With this revelation, Denish and her allies will have to explain their surrogate's actions yet again.
That's Denish as in Diane Denish, Lt. Governor under Bill Richardson for the past eight years, and current Democrat candidate to replace him. Before they go on camera trying to explain why they won't govern as sloppily as they campaign, those Dems may want to make sure they've wiped all that egg from their faces.