Did anyone see this on the cover of last Saturday's NY Post?
The NY Post alleged some "shady" group, Time for Change Consulting got $70K from Eliot Spitzer's campaign for NYC Comptroller, for his 'get out the vote' operations. The article states the "shadowy" Time for Change group "does not appear to have a Web site and did not register a phone number with the city Campaign Finance Board". This consulting firm with "ties to corrupt former Brooklyn Democratic Party boss Clarence Norman" who was "jailed for accepting illegal campaign contributions during his Assembly races" is run by Musa Moore.
He was a consultant for Mason Team for One Hoboken campaign!
The ELEC below shows a single disbursement but sources tell GA he received "more than that".
|Musa Moore on Mason Team for Hoboken 20 Day Post-ELEC|
In fact, GA recognized the name not from ELEC reports, but from it's appearance on several of the dozens of email exhibits attached to my Affidavit.
The emails are all public documents filed at Hudson County Superior Court along with my Motion for Summary Judgment.
In this email, Musa Moore is included in the Hoboken411 anonymous blogging circle, invited by my friend, Tom Bertoli to "own the first comments page".
Was Musa Moore a "Masonista"?
You know, Masonista = seasoned Mason political operatives who post provocatively under "screen identities" to bait Reformers so they can file frivolous SLAPP suits for Beth Mason with the strikingly disingenuous claim...
Oh, I know!
I am curious what this fellow Spitzer-consultant, Musa Moore, did for Beth Mason?
There is really no indication from these emails...
...except perhaps for this one which seems to be a member of the Mason campaign questioning who was responsible for anti-Zimmer midnight flyers. And it is interesting that the person he asks wishes to take the conversation off line, as if putting the answer in print may incriminate him someday should his email become a public document.
Anyway, whatever Musa Moore did for the Mason campaign is history. Now he's working for Eliot Spitzer and excoriated in the NY Post.
And you know the saying: "There's no such thing as bad publicity"