(Chuck Muth) – Erik “Jabba the Hut” Huey is a conservative-hating, race-baiting piece of schitzel. He was a substitute teacher for the Clark County School District and a never-ending apologist for the Failure Factory public school system.
I blocked this titanic-sized blockhead on Twitter years ago and explained why in a Muth’s Truths post you can read by clicking here. Here’s just one of this insufferable clod’s printable tweets…
“For the record, Michelle (Obama) is graceful, elegant, sophisticated. Melania (Trump) is a porn slut. Skanky.”
So while others – especially in the liberal education community that embraced him – were shocked to read his name in a FOX-5 story this weekend, it didn’t surprise me one bit…
“A multi-agency operation targeting online child sex predators led to 14 arrests on Tuesday and Thursday, according to Las Vegs police. Undercover agents posed as juveniles online. After allegedly being solicited for sex by the adult suspects, a meeting was set up and the suspects were taken into custody, police say.”
Among the 14 kiddie-porn pedophiles nabbed in the sting: “Erik Huey, 49.”
Hope this Dickie-Doo Award Winner (ask George Harris) get exactly what he deserves behind bars.
Sorry, But Mining Deserves to Get the Shaft
Home Means Nevada PAC is a big-time funder of all things Democrat in Nevada and recently submitted its campaign finance report for 2020 – several weeks late; but I’m sure it was just an “oversight.”
Yeah, that’s the ticket.
During the Special Session last August, the Democrat-controlled Legislature passed three resolutions to raise taxes on mining. THREE.
Democrats voted for these resolutions. Republicans opposed them.
REPEAT: Democrats voted for these resolutions. Republicans opposed them.
Nevertheless, on October 20, 2020, Nevada Gold Mines – “the unholy alliance between transnational mining giants Barrick and Newmont,” as liberal blogger Hugh Jackson puts it – donated $250,000 to Home Means Nevada PAC, and on December 21, 2020 it kicked in another $250,000.
So we’re looking at a half-million dollars from Big Mining to a PAC that does the bidding of Nevada Democrats. And how did Home Means Nevada spend its dough in the fall leading up to Election Day?
Well, it donated $250,000 to the Nevada State Democrat Party and another $100,000 to the Nevada Senate Democrats caucus.
It also maxed out at $10,000 each to the Democrats’ three competitive state Senate candidates on the ballot: Kristee Watson, Wendy Jauregui-Jackins and Senate Majority Leader Nicole Cannizzaro.
I think it’s fair to suggest that the mining industry’s windfall to Nevada Democrats saved Cannizzaro’s bacon, especially since she won by only 631 votes out of more than 67,000 cast.
So Big Mining donated a cool half-million dollars to help elect the very people hell-bent on slitting its throat. And Republicans keep defending and protecting them? How dumb is that?
I’m not in favor of raising taxes on ANYONE – especially considering the Blue State Bailout money likely coming our way.
But mining made its bed. Slept with their enemy.
So, if Gov. Sisolak and legislative Democrats want to tax the living tar out of them this session, I’m not gonna to lift a finger to object (except maybe the middle one).
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
“I don’t understand much about politics…” – Blubber-blogger Jon Ralston, 1/2/20