Don Surber takes down Jerry Brown's call to prosecute the sponsor of Sarah Palin's speech at CSU:
The latest lefty attack on Sarah Palin is to attack those who would dare to bring her to a college campus.
Like many speaker, she has a nondisclosure clause in her contract.
A private foundation is financing her appearance in June. Lefties want the contract disclosed. Someone retrieved a copy from the trash. Now Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Jerry Brown, is going ballistic — threatening the foundation with some sort of prosecution/litigation for daring to contract with Palin.
Apparently his campaign theme will be “we’re hopelessly broke, but I will fight to keep Sarah Palin out of California.”
Brown said in a prepared statement: “This is not about Sarah Palin. The issues are public disclosure and financial accountability in organizations embedded in state-run universities.”
Bull. Then Brown should post the contract of every paid speaker to a California college in the last 10 years.
It is harassment wrapped in the self-righteous cry of open government.
It is all about Palin.
"Harassment wrapped in the self-righteous cry of open government."
How did Dan Surber know about Andree McLeod?
With California drowning in debt, don't you think Jerry Brown and Yee could find something more profitable to do with their taxpayer-funded time than trying to find out how much Sarah Palin makes for a speech? Oh, that's right, they're from California. Never mind...