“Some person named Greg Diamond, who lives in Brea, is interested in a report about a domestic dispute incident involving State Assemblyman Chris Norby. This issue is not new and quite some time ago FFFF tagged former police spokeshole and union boss Andrew Goodrich as the most likely leaker of the now discredited insinuation of spousal abuse that was helpfully passed along to the public by a union-sponsored blog,” according to the award-winning Friends for Fullerton’s Future blog.
Diamond is a liberal blogger over at the fading Orange Juice blog. He is also a member of the Orange County Occupy movement. He denies that he is their lawyer, but according to the O.C. Register, “Today, in addition to representing plaintiffs in workplace harassment or discrimination cases, Diamond serves as “primary civic liaison” for Occupy Orange County.” He rents a pad in Brea where he is running for the 29th State Senate District, against GOP State Senate leader Bob Huff.
Diamond has referred to himself as an adviser to Sharon Quirk-Silva, the Democratic Party’s nominee for the 65th Assembly District. He denies that, but yet admits that “I’ve talked to her campaign about various things.” She is running against Norby. She has promised to run a clean campaign but what is clean about Diamond’s perverse public records request?
This is of course a disgusting turn of events and I would imagine that it will backfire on Quirk-Silva. You have to wonder why she would seek the advice of a liberal loon like Diamond.
Diamond already sunk another Democrat this year. He was an adviser to liberal union hack Julio Perez, who lost in the Open Primary to Republican Joe Moreno, who I advised. Perez spent thousands of dollars. Moreno didn’t. But with Diamond’s advice Perez proceeded to lose. Hopefully the same fate will await Quirk-Silva in November.