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The Democrat mayor of Rochester, New York has now apparently become a target in a massive drug investigation.

Mayor Lovely Warren’s house was raided on Wednesday in connection to a months-long drug investigation and her husband has now been charged with drug and gun charges.


As The Daily Wire reports:

Monroe Country District Attorney Sandra Doorley said during a Thursday morning press conference that authorities have reached out to Warren in connection to the investigation but have yet to get a response.

Doorley also promised forthcoming charges and refused to deny or confirm if Warren is tied to the bust.

Granison pleaded not guilty on Thursday morning to two counts of criminal possession of controlled substance in the third degree and criminal possession of a firearm, according to Rochester First…

  • There has already been 2 kilos of crack cocaine confiscated from the busts, which equates to a street value of more than $60,000. Three firearms have been confiscate and more than $100,000 in cash was recovered.

Will the voters of Rochester continue to support a mayor whose husband is openly engaged in flagrantly illegal activities, or have Democrat voters become so used to corruption that they will vote for almost anyone with a ‘D’ next to their name? Let us know what you think in the comments below.



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LaserRay
LaserRay
1 year ago

You mark my words, this Demonrat will not face any charges and you can’t tell me she had no idea that her husband had crack in the house. You won’t hear a peep about this on MSM, but if this were a Republican mayor, it would be front page news and the lead story on every MSM station! What a sham!

David Baker
David Baker
1 year ago
Reply to  LaserRay

By and large, these public officials are lawyers. They’ll use every trick in the book to dissuade law enforcement officials from pursuing arrests and/or convictions.

KDS
KDS
1 year ago
Reply to  David Baker

Nothing a NOOSE can’t handle. They used them in the KKK now time to use them on DEMOCRAPS.

Charles Nolan
Charles Nolan
1 year ago
Reply to  KDS

According to Priests and people returning from death, God forgives all sins, though judgment can be uncomfortable. Removing evil people from having the ability to hurt others might be righteous, but simple hanging frees vermin from the consequences of karma in this world. Long prison sentences, with the best quality of life extending healthcare, is the most intense punishment that we can deliver.
Let the TV in her cell play continuous comments from grieving people, whose relatives, were murdered in her fiefdom, during her reign of terror.

Pawn
Pawn
1 year ago
Reply to  Charles Nolan

No I can think of punshments that fit the bill a your phone calls will do nothing to people lke these whit no morals. ethics, or feelings.

CAROLE NICE
CAROLE NICE
1 year ago
Reply to  LaserRay

yes, and the attorney general would be foaming at the mouth to be involved.

Michael Bluemke
Michael Bluemke
1 year ago
Reply to  LaserRay

Your right about that 100%!!! If the letters of the alphabet, DOJ, DHS, FBI start looking into most of pelosi’s chamber of COMMUNISTS A LOT OF PEOPLE SHOULD BE INDICTED AND SENT TO PRISON!!!

David Baker
David Baker
1 year ago

Similar shenanigans occur nationwide. There was a mayor (Liberal, of course..) of an adjoining city arrested during a prostitution sting. He actually offered an undercover police woman drugs in exchange for sex. Another town farther down the road experienced a similar arrest of their (Liberal..) mayor for secretly filming young boys at a camp event. If Bubba Clinton’s reign in Arkansas was any indication, there would be jails overcrowded with mayors and other officials.

GARY Lee Henninger
GARY Lee Henninger
1 year ago
Reply to  David Baker

Thank you

Steve Murtha
Steve Murtha
1 year ago

Yes.