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Disgraced District Attorney Joe Early Jr. debated with challenger and independent candidate Blake Rubin the other night at Worcester State University. Here’s the video of it if you’re interested:
If you watched the video you can hear that Joe Early brought a gang of idiot supporters with him to boo Blake Rubin every time he brought up how corrupt and dangerous Joe Early is. Early has a much larger war chest than Rubin because of his association with Jim McGovern, and the fact that his Daddy was a Congressman out of Worcester from 1973-1991. Early is counting on dumb people, like the ones he brought to this debate, to shout down anyone who thinks he doesn’t deserve that seat for life. Morons like this:
This is the kind of low IQ nudnik Joe Early is counting on to get re-elected:
People who don’t care about facts and blindly will support Early because he’s the democrat in the race. How dare someone with no political affiliation try to reform an office that’s had so many high profile, well documented coverups. He’s counting on people like this believing that he did nothing wrong when it came to the Mass State Police coverup he orchestrated, and that Ron Tarentino’s death is not partially the fault of his office. He’s counting on his idiot followers assuming that anyone with the audacity to challenge an entrenched politician like Joe Early is a Trump fan boy:
People like her vote. If you don’t, then you’re letting her decide who runs this country. Don’t complain about how screwed up everything is if you remain silent on election day.
“Mr. Early, answering a question from the audience, repeated previous denials that he asked former state police Col. Richard D. McKeon Jr. to remove salacious details from the arrest report of Ms. Bibaud. Mr. McKeon told the attorney general’s office that Mr. Early contacted him multiple times about the report and told him revising it would be the proper thing to do. Mr. Early did not address Mr. McKeon’s statements to the AG. He underscored the report’s conclusion that nothing was done to impede Ms. Bibaud’s criminal prosecution.”
He’s just plain lying. The Attorney General’s investigation concluded that Joe Early repeatedly tried to convince Mass State Police Colonel Richard McKeon to order his underlings to alter the arrest report for Alli Bibaud, the daughter of Early’s good friend Tim Bibaud, in order to save her from being embarrassed by volunteering to provide sexual favors to two state troopers in return for leniency.
To make matters worse, McKeon initially did not want to do it, but Early persisted on more than one occasion. This is not my opinion, it’s a documented fact that both the Attorney General’s Office and McKeon admit to.
After the report confirming this came out the left wing Telegram and Gazette, who ALWAYS endorses democrats like Early, said that he should resign. The public cannot trust him. Two good troopers were disciplined for refusing to alter their report. This is the definition of unethical, and Early still denies that it happened.
The fact of the matter is that Early has never and would never ask the state police to do something unethical for anyone else. He just did it for Alli Bibaud, who was driving around all banged up that night on the highway and could’ve gotten someone killed.
Early is also being sued by the two state troopers who were disciplined for not doing his bidding, but its cool because he says he’s going to win:
Mr. Early predicted a lawsuit about the matter filed in Boston by two state troopers would be dismissed, noting that a lawsuit filed by the same troopers in federal court has already been dismissed by a judge.
No big deal.
Oh, and even though he denies ordering McKeon to do this, he still admits to doing it to protect her:
Mr. Early said his actions were taken ethically and with compassion for Ms. Bibaud, citing an obligation to protect people fighting the stigma of addiction.
“I knew that if it was released, it would lead to just the type of sensationalism we’ve seen in the media throughout the course of this case,” he said.
Question – can Joe Early name a single other defendant who was arrested for drug possession and driving under the influence, who he asked to have their arrest reports scrubbed in order to “protect” them from the stigma of addiction? Nope. Just her. And he did it specifically because he’s friends with her father. This is the definition of corruption.
Don’t forget – after Auburn Police Officer Ron Tarentino was killed we found out that his killer, Jorge Zambrano, had a long and documented history of assaulting women and cops. Yet Joe Early’s officer chose to NOT pursue jail time against him, because in Joe Early’s own words,”jail wasn’t working out for him.”
But yet during the debate Early said this:
“Do I wish my ADA had asked for jail time? Hell yes,” Mr. Early said. He also noted that he didn’t know about the recommendation until after the murder.
Police officers are getting shot left and right in this state, and they’re almost always being shot at by career criminals who should be in jail. This is an epidemic and a direct result of weak district attorneys who believe that criminals can be rehabilitated if we give them multiple chances, instead of doing their jobs and pushing for the harshest punishment possible. If we want cops to stop getting shot, and if we want DA’s to start doing their job instead of politicking to the lowest common denominator, it starts by voting out these DA’s.
Blake Rubin’s philosophy is simple – we should be imposing harsher sentences on drug dealers and violent criminals, and putting drug addicts into diversion programs to combat the opiate epidemic. Locking up junkies doesn’t do them or society any good. Locking up sober, violent criminals like Jorge Zambrano, Maggot 125, and Manny Lopes does. Blake Rubin covered a lot of this in our interview with him in May.
What motivated Rubin to run was not only Early’s office keeping Zambrano out of jail, but the complete lack of trust anyone has in his office as a result of his role in Biblowgate.
Covering up for Alli Bibaud does nothing to help her problems with substance abuse, as she’s learned absolutely nothing from this. A year after the incident this is what she’s posting on IG:
She’s the same slop train she was a year ago.
Here’s a picture she like don IG:
You can’t make this up. Four of the highest ranking members of the MSP lost their jobs trying to cover up for her because Joe Early asked them to, and here she is laughing about doing the exact same thing that started Biblowgate in the first place.
Then there’s the fact that Early has almost no experience as a prosecutor, which would explain why his office pushes for no jail time for violent offenders like Zambrano. He only has this job because of who his Daddy is. In no way, shape, or form is he qualified to be District Attorney.
The fact of the matter is that people gotta show up and vote for Blake Rubin if they live in Worcester County. He’s on the Turtleboy Ticket for sure. We’re big fans because he’s not a partisan politician, and isn’t a member of either parties. All he wants to do is reform the DA’s office. Michael Maloney is doing the same thing in Suffolk County, and you should vote for him if you live out there. If you can’t get behind people like Rubin because you blindly have to vote for the guy with a D in front of his name, then you are a partisan hack. We can’t complain about politicians being too partisan if a candidate finally comes along who isn’t partisan and we don’t vote for him.
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