Monmouth Democrats Have Another Radical Candidate
Last week when we exposed Jeana Sager’s radical views about police officers and narcotics, Monmouth County Democrat Chairman Dave Brown issued the following statement condeming his candidate for Middletown Township Committee (while crediting NewJerseyGlobe with our work).
“The comments made by Jeana Sager shouldn’t be said on camera or behind closed doors, because they are unequivocally wrong. Her false and demeaning assertions do not represent the values of the Monmouth County Democratic Party or the dozens of Democratic candidates trying to better their community across our county. Our Democratic candidates focus their campaigns on fiscal responsibility, supporting law enforcement in their protection of our communities and maintaining Monmouth County’s character and values. Our Party will not stand for this disgraceful way of thinking, which is why we are refusing all resources to the Sager campaign and formally withdrawing the endorsement of the Monmouth County Democrats. Let it be a clear message: The Monmouth County Democratic Party will not stand for this disgraceful behavior now or in the future.”
Good for Chairman Brown. Now he can prove that he meant it. Does the Monmouth County Democratic Party really support law enforcement? Are Brown’s candidates really committed to maintaining Monmouth County’s character and values?
Monmouth County Democrat Freeholder Candidate Moira Nelson has some pretty radical views of law enforcement. Sager calls cops criminals. Nelson says cops are trigger happy racist slave masters who don’t belong in our schools.
We have A LOT more of Nelson’s radical social media history on file. These tidbits should be enough for Brown to withdraw his support of Nelson. If not, MMM’s content through November 5 with be very edifying and easy to write.
We don’t care if Brown credits NewJerseyGlobe, InsiderNJ, or Middletown Mike with our work, so long as he runs candidates who truly focus “on fiscal responsibility, supporting law enforcement in their protection of our communities and maintaining Monmouth County’s character and values” and don’t “have to be careful about what they say in order to get elected,” to quote Jeana Sager.
We didn’t call Brown for comment because he hasn’t returned a call in two years and he pretends MMM does not exist.