In the past 72 hours, this self-absorbed nutjob published seven blog posts, supposedly about the Brea downtown parking structure. The total word count is 13,781 words, not one of which bears even a slight resemblance to the truth.
He eviscerates the hard work of Brea’s staff. He dances on the edge of slander, painting grotesque and wholly inaccurate pictures of every Brea Council member. He does a libelous job of character assassination of the downtown Brea business owners.
His schoolyard attempts to bully me, disparage this blog and cast aspersions on my interest in and support of my community is of no concern. This feckless pretender lacks the power to blow his own nose.
So, what is this rambling shock and awe campaign knocking Brea really all about?
What’s the point of his scandalmongering personal agenda? Why does someone recently relocated to Brea, renting (not a tax payer), operating a less than stellar legal business from his kitchen table (I assume he has a Brea business license) suddenly take such an over-the-top interest in local government?
I think his saber rattling is designed to produce one thing, plaintiffs. He’s stalking new prey.
His work as general counsel for an Anaheim based political activist group seems to have come up a crapper and he has rent to pay and a reputation desperately in need of repair.
It seems he may be in the market for new clients interested in suing Brea. Contrary to his protestations, not the best way to help preserve Brea’s general fund.
I find him, his tactics and agenda appalling. I worry about those who seem to have been hypnotized by the drone of his voice.
Folks in Brea see him for what he is.
Thankfully, only a handful of Murdock’s leftovers give any credence to what this numbskull posts. I’m surprised they have the stamina to wade through all that indecipherable blathering.
I’ve been thrilled to hear from so many friends and neighbors who get it, who value how a revitalized downtown will benefit this community for decades to come. Who understand what an investment is, that the ROI will begin the moment the Council approves a contract to build a parking structure in downtown Brea.
Real Brean’s are people who believe that a project which pays for itself in the long run is well worth the investment.