Friday, November 20, 2015

Hoboken411, Perry Klaussen, Lane Bajardi and the Masonista Lunatic Fringe

Here's the weekend so it's time for another episode of Friday Night Lights where deranged Hoboken politicos in their Masonista bubble get to see, wait for it... their name in lights.

Episode II

Hoboken411 is always a great source of deluded entertainment and here Crazy Shorts aka Ku Klux Klaussen goes off the rails at the conclusion of the City Council ward elections in 2011. One can only imagine the bile generated with this month's election results.

Here Perry Klaussen of Hoboken411, sock puppet to ghostwriter Lane Bajardi asks how they will "handle" the results of the 2011 City Council ward election. (Start below)

Things will never be the same for Beth Mason's "favorite" Hoboken "news" site seen here circa 2011. Hoisted by their own petard is the appropriate saying, no?

Things are sounding rather dire for the short-lived Russo-Mason City Council majority which was a disaster in numerous ways for Hoboken but it's about to hit the fan and leads to some choice reactions from the rabid bile-fueld Zimmer haters dipping into their frequent use of the woman "c" word.

Oh well, so the City Council elections didn't go as hoped and no salvation was forthcoming in questionable VBM ballots (unlike this year on the BoE) for Beth Mason's Boys of Hate but there's the FBI's arrival in Hoboken who as we all know, they're coming for Zimmer. 

Later the same month, the whole Masonista lunatic fringe hears Mayor Zimmer's administration called in the FBI. Of course, it can't be because the FBI have to be coming to arrest Mayor Zimmer. We all know where those FBI emails were later found routed from senior Hoboken Public Safety sources. (Brilliant strategy taking that to court in civil litigation!)

Of course Beth Mason had nothing to do with the emails stolen out of the mayor's office. Other than refusing in 2011 for months to respond to public questions whether she had seen any of the 100,000 or so stolen emails. Suddenly in 2015, after Bajardi v Pincus blew up in her and her minion's face, she came out publicly defending their possession claiming they were obtained in a non-existent OPRA request.

Here's a crew of the last Masonista Zimmer haters standing: wishing, praying and hoping and yes actually believing the FBI is here for "Zimmerists" leading to Xanax being handed out like Tic Tacs.

The following month, Masonista Derangement Syndrome strikes again! There's gotta be something, anything that "could" be damaging in those Zimmerist emails. 
If only we can get our hands on say, 250,000 of them !

End, episode II.

I like Camden in the springtime

The thing that would not go away and other NJ misadventures courtesy of Grafix Avenger.
It's the latest satirical side-splitting truth serum from Hoboken and north Jersey's best lampoonist.

This time it's NJ President of the State Senate Steve Sweeney featured, who is a force in the south attracting carpetbaggers and the favorite son for NJ governor in 2017 from those parts down yonder.

For the third year in a row, he allows something to attach itself like a barnacle in Atlantic City to cover the cost of the drinking tab of political pols and their underlings at the League of Municipalities gathering. Nothing swells the hearts of NJ pols like other people picking up the tab.

Not quite the deal with the devil; paying this tab doesn't buy you a spot on the ticket for Lt. Governor but Da Horsey hears it could get you on a nice environmental or transportation commission in say Camden.

Wouldn't that be lovely?

Has to beat another unsung episode of Sweeney Todd doesn't it?

Graphic courtesy of Grafix Avenger

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