Monday, February 17, 2014

Chris Abele and Graeme Zielinski

Graeme Zielinski should stay off Twitter.

It cost him his job as the spokesman for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin.

With frequency, Zielinski goes on Twitter rants, spewing the ugliest of accusations.

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is often the target of Zielinski's hate.

For example, here are some tweets from Zielinski, beginning the afternoon of May 31, 2013, and going past midnight.

Twisted to say the least.

Today, Brian Fraley and Collin Roth, Right Wisconsin, reveal a bizarre bit of information. Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele paid the truly crazed Graeme Zielinski $10,000 in 2013, for "research."

According to recent campaign finance reports, Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele paid former Democratic Party spokesman $10,000 for unspecified "research" in 2013.

Zielinski, fired from his position as spokesman after comparing Gov. Walker to Jeffery Dahmer, is perhaps best know in recent months for his arrest for drunk driving in Jefferson County and his typically vile and accusatory tweets.
Again and again, Democrat Zielinski tweets that Clarke beats his wife.

Out of nowhere comes a tweet accusing Clarke of violence. It's really creepy.

In response to Zielinski's smears, Sheriff Clarke told RightWisconsin:
"Categorically deny. Not only is it totally false, their is nothing even close to it, not even a misunderstanding or some other taken out of context explanation. I'm actually insulted by the accusation, not by your asking but by them. Julie is repulsed by this type of smear after I told her."
Fraley and Roth wonder if Abele's payment to Zielinski is related to his persistent attacks against Clarke.
[Is Abele] paying Graeme Zielinski to do his dirty work?
We don't know.

We do know that Abele paid Zielinski $10,000 for unspecified research. That's a lot of money for "research."


Considering Zielinski's "Dahmer" downfall on Twitter occurred on March 1, 2013, I wonder when Abele chose to reach out to Zielinski for his valuable "research" work.

Why would Abele want to be associated with someone like Zielinski, given the way he conducts himself?

Ten thousand dollars to Zielinski in 2013-- That says more about Abele than Zielinski. Very revealing.