@DavidColborne "He's rolling."
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To paraphrase Dean Wormer, illiterate and inaccurate is no way to through life.
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@powerfuldeer Ha. Yes.
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Should have said what was SAID to Bluto, of course.
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Rarely do you see a "candidate" for governor write a tweet where nearly every word is false. Congrats to @VoteFiore… t.co/h7EIYfKGL5
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My distilled take on @VoteFiore's "entrance" into the gov's race from my morning newsletter:
It's all a stunt, an… t.co/CYVGKRlFu7
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Cegavske did not address whether she consulted outside counsel, but a spokesperson for her office said the secretar… t.co/Z8Oo3tzOjP
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NEWS: Nevada's secretary of state says she contradicted attorney general on whether two tax petitions can stay on t… t.co/l8toXWXxQn
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Always, always read @howardstutz on gaming, and subscribe to his newsletter! t.co/NkCcbrDjVD
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As if he doesn't have enough, more serious problems to worry about and yet perhaps more evidence of his state of mind, Assemblyman Steven Brooks failed to file required documents with the secretary of state this month. The final contribution and expenses report for 2012 and his annual financial disclosure form have not been filed, and the SOS sent him a couple of letters a few days ago. The letters are attached here.
Statement attached. It's amazing. He also included an email from state Sen. Kelvin Atkinson to other lawmakers to make the latter look bad because it indicates to other legislators that talk of threats to the speaker were exaggerated -- or so Barlow would have the media interpret it. The email is attached, too.
Troubled Assemblyman Steven Brooks was taken by Metro Police to a local hospital late Friday for a pyschological evalutation, law enforcement sources confirmed. The evaluation, known as a Legal 2000, is done to determine whether the person is a threat to himself or others. This began this afternoon when Brooks, who had so-called dignitary protection from Legislative Police, was at a relative's house (believed to be a grandmother), when he began exhibiting what a law enforcement source called "...
He said he was joking, but that was one of the lines Assemblyman Steven Brooks gave me during a brief phone call this morning. Brooks texted me and said, "Call me. Now." That was after a series of texts that began at 1:41 AM. He simply texted my name and when I respodned this morning, he rejoined: "Luv ya." Yes, that happened. Then, this morning, he texted me that "MK" (Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick) was the cause of all of this and then asked me to call him. He said she is out to get him because...
So James Hohmann reported today in a wonderful piece that contained this priceless quote from Nevada GOP Committeeman James Smack: “There were certainly some promises exchanged,” Nevada committeeman James Smack said of the meeting. “We’re not talking about money. We’re talking about promises, though, that he’s going to work on getting some doors open for us that have been closed by whatever means – whether that be through some of the casino owners or what have you.” Casino owners! Did Sheldon...
Law enforcement: Brooks was "belligerent" and "bizarre" when he was booked into jail; Weekly speaks out
Assemblyman Steven Brooks was "acting like a belligerent drunk" and berated police officers when he was booked into jail late Saturday afternoon, a law enforcement source with knowledge of the events tells me. "He was acting bizarre," the inside source told me. Brooks threw around his elected title and used obscene language when he was brought to the jail, the source tells me. That description apparently is contained in a document that is part of the file on Brooks' arrest, not the Declaration...
"Plz stop" "Lynching" "On TV" Those were the texts I received Wednesday evening from Assemblyman Steven Brooks, with echoes of Clarence Thomas' famous comments. Somehwat odd and disturbing, no? Especially so because I had aired a program that evening in which I had questioned whether he could be convicted under the law but wondered if he could serve. I asked what he meant and....no response. My commentary is embedded below, and I also wrote a piece for a national site.