“But Rock Island County Democratic Party Chairman Doug House said it was ‘ridiculous’ for Mr. Bloom to suggest that politics played a role in the timing of Mr. Boyd’s resignation.”
Just as it was “ridiculous” to suggest politics played a role when Denny Jacobs resigned soon after he was re-elected and had his son appointed as state senator; just as it was “ridiculous” to suggest politics played a role when Lane Evans resigned soon after he won the primary and threw his support behind his secretary, Phil Hare; just as it was “ridiculous” to suggest politics played a role when the RICO auditor resigned and appointed a Hare relative to replace her, etc. Really, there are too many RICO Democrat examples of this “ridiculous” behavior to mention.
But the House quote was at the end of an article that was mostly about Bill Bloom’s effort to keep the Culture of Corruption theme alive and before the voters going into the coming election.
He has filed FOIA requests with Lisa Madigan’s office for all correspondence between her office and RICO SA McGehee and between McGehee and the other local RICO Democrats.
Madigan’s office has said it will release a timeline of events leading to Boyd’s resignation “in the coming days”, so we’ll see if those “days” are before November 4.
And bravo to Bloom; his agitating won’t change the outcome of Cheri’s husband being RICO sheriff until at least 2018, but by beating the drums against the RICO Corruptocrats, I’m sure he is hoping his efforts will gain his party more votes.