Wonder what you would find if you frisked liberal attorney Gloria Allred’s “smoking gun” against California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman?
Answer: Just another dirty political attack with absolutely no evidence.
How do I know? Just watch the video clip above. Greta Van Susteren absolutely destroyed the “ambulance chaser” of women’s rights lawyer Gloria Allred. Unfortunately, this is just another character assassination against another Conservative woman by the far-left and mainstream media.
The fact is, the far-left is desperate this election cycle and has to resort to these awful demonization tactics in order to get elected. Will they work? Gosh, I hope not…
In the end, I hope Gloria feels good that she got this lady deported. After all, the house maid (Nicky Diaz) made $23 per hour for nine years. Darn, I wonder how many people would LOVE that job?
*UPDATE* – November 24, 2010 – 2:45 PM:
Shocking… The California Nurses Union was behind the last minute attack on Meg Whitman. The San Francisco Chronicle reports:
One of the most tantalizing mysteries in California’s 2010 gubernatorial election involved the connection between one of the state’s poorest women and one of its wealthiest.
How did an undocumented, Mexican-born housekeeper, Nicandra Diaz Santillan, end up in the national spotlight, boldly confronting her former boss, billionaire GOP gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman?
The short answer: with the help of a union.
The longer answer is that at the height of the gubernatorial race, as campaign ads blared on Spanish-language television, the aggrieved housekeeper was determined to tell Californians her story of being abruptly fired by Whitman after nearly a decade on the job.
In early September, Diaz turned to a friend who knew a member of the powerful, Oakland-based California Nurses Association, The Chronicle has learned.
The union called in two lawyers for Diaz: Marc Van Der Hout, a longtime immigration attorney in San Francisco, and celebrity feminist attorney Gloria Allred, a fierce workplace rights litigator who arranged for Diaz to tell her story in a live-webcast news conference.
Asked to confirm her organization’s role in Diaz’s case, Rose Ann DeMoro, the nurses union executive director, said Monday, “I won’t deny it, but I prefer not to comment directly on the case.
This is just another example of the pathetic tactics used by organized labor unions. Quite frankly, they should be ashamed of themselves.