Circuit Court Judge Group 19
[Susan] Stacy has “professionalism, character and calm demeanor that put her over the top,” states State Attorney Phil Archer. “She is well-known for her integrity and fairness.” Both opponents have worked for the State Attorney’s Office, yet he and Sheriff Wayne Ivey endorse Stacy for judge. That speaks volumes. [emphasis added]
Yes, it indeed speaks volumes that both of these men endorse Susan Stacy, but not the volumes that Florida Today want their readers to assume.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey formerly worked for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in Brevard. He is a corruption perpetuator.
Brevard/Seminole State Attorney Phil Archer is cut from the same cloth … both men are in favor of keeping wrongful convictions intact, which means that neither is concerned with public safety.
Both men ran for office as Republicans, which suggests that Susan Stacy is a Republican, too, and confirms that none of the three respect the tenor of Florida judicial elections, which are supposed to be non-partisan.
It also suggests – of course – that Stacy may be open to helping keep wrongful convictions intact.
So which politicians endorsed Stacy’s opponent, Mitch Krause?
None of them. And he explained why, just as I did.
Krause’s website also cited the concrete differences between the the two of them (Florida Today‘s neglected role) and revealed that Stacy had refused to debate him.
Florida Today devoted more column inches to a lesser qualified candidate, publicized inappropriate political affiliations, and neglected to reveal that the lesser qualified candidate – Stacy – refused to square off against the more qualified opponent – Krause.
It’s in Gannett’s Florida Today, Arizona Republic, Detroit Free Press, etc., best interests for wrongful convictions to remain intact … they’ve endorsed frame-up and cover-up specialists. If the extent of the biased and sometimes outright evil reporting was revealed, the SEC and FCC might be compelled – by public opinion – to finally start breaking up media mega-mergers. We would then have a reasonable expectation that what is presented to us as news actually is news … not self-serving views.