Oh, goody! Former 2nd Ward Councilwoman Beth Mason is in the news again!
According to "Between the Lines" columnist Al Sullivan:
|Smells like fish.|
Wow! "Lieutenant Governor Beth Mason"- that makes sense.
Remember that $40,000 donation to NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney's SuperPAC, New Jerseyans for a Better Tomorrow?
Remember that June 9th fundraiser for Sweeney's SuperPAC co-hosted with NJ Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg? GA would like to tell you how much $ was raised, but New Jerseyans for a Better Tomorrow, Inc. failed to report the proceeds on their July ELEC report. (The Sweeney SuperPAC filed as a political committee- not a "PAC," if you want to look it up.)
Well people, nothing appears in Sullivan's column by accident.
Mason's own Huma Abedin is a miserable fish whose drivel has 'allegedly' fed The Hoboken Reporter for years.
Huma the Fish not only plumps his bosses feathers in the local paper, he was spotted in Hoboken at Sunday's "First Annual Back to School Bash 2016" thrown by The Mason Civic League.
What was that bloated, smelly Weehawken interloper doing in our city?
Sources report that Huma the Fish was there to stop Steve Sweeney from escaping Beth Mason's Bouncy House. Yes, it's true.
According to sources, Sweeney was imprisoned in the Bouncy House, only to be released if he appoints big bucks donor Beth Mason to be his Lieutenant Governor.
Witnesses report that Sweeney was lured into the Bouncy House by a paper bag purported to be filled with a hefty cash donation. Huma the Fish was overheard promising Sweeney the "whole bag" if he took off his shoes and retrieved the loot himself from inside the Bouncy House. So, when Sweeney lunged for the bag (filled with shredded newspaper) the Bouncy door was zippered closed and locked.
As mentioned, the NJ Senate President is to remain imprisoned until he makes Al Sullivan's wish come true.
In the meantime, fun was reportedly had by all at the Back to School Bash 2016. Nearly all attendees were Hoboken families and their children.
As for local politicos, few attended because most are loyal to Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop and avoid public appearances with Steve Sweeney's Lieutenant-Governor-in-waiting... like the plague!
In fact, most Hoboken politicos would not been seen cavorting with a suspected underwriter of out-of-town operations against Fulop -specifically the Jersey City mayor's initiative to move municipal elections from May to November (so he can still run for re-election should he not win he Dem nomination for NJ Governor next June.)
No, it is unlikely you will see many Hudson County politicos effectively spitting in Steve Fulop's face by chatting animatedly with Beth Mason in public- except for maybe one.
Witnesses spotted Boe Trustee Peter Biancamano chatting animatedly with Sweeney's aspiring Lieutenant governor for hours....
So, will NJ Senate President Stephen Sweeney ever be freed from the Bouncy House?