OVER 1000 SAN FRANCISCO OFFICIALS, EMPLOYEES AND INSIDERS INVOLVED IN RACKETEERING

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OVER 1000 SAN FRANCISCO OFFICIALS, EMPLOYEES AND INSIDERS INVOLVED IN RACKETEERING

- Is San Francisco even dirtier than Chicago?

On April 9, Azul Works Inc., a San Francisco construction engineering firm, obtained a PPP loan of between $1 million and $2 million. At the time, Azul Works Chief Executive Balmore Hernandez was already under scrutiny by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for his alleged role in a sprawling corruption probe involving former San Francisco Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru, court documents show.

Two months after the loan’s approval, Mr. Hernandez was charged with bribery for allegedly supplying more than $250,000 of labor and materials to help build a vacation home for Mr. Nuru in exchange for help landing a city contract for which his firm wasn’t qualified, according to prosecutors. San Francisco is now moving to bar Azul Works from doing business with the city for the next five years.

Mr. Hernandez has yet to enter a plea. His attorney said the company will be contesting the city’s debarment, which it called unwarranted.

Mr. Nuru, who calls himself “MrCleanSF” on Twitter, has also not entered a plea. Neither he nor his lawyer returned calls seeking comment.

Who are the insiders that control San Francisco money and dirty politics? They are said to include:


Janet Reilly

Clint Reilly

Ed Lee

John Molinari

Roger Boas

Dick Blum

Vinod Khosla

Anybody named Haas

Charlotte Maillard

Ed Shultz

Henry Kissinger

Will Hearst

Nancy Pelosi

Dianne Feinstein

Kathryn Feinstein

Scott Weiner

Darcy Brown

Stewart Brand

Joseph Costello

Carl Livingston

Henry Adams

Wally McCormick

Bob McKeen

Jean Bricker

Richard Thieriot

Wilkes Bashford

James Bronkema

Roger Boas

William Ball

Gordon Bellis

Frances Bowers

Donna Casey

Gretchen Cebrian

Tina Cella

Lawrence Chickering

Sheldon Cooper

Charles Crocker

Edwin Cutler

Myron Du Bain

Coburn Everdell

Donna Ewald

John Gamble

William Gaylord

Richard Graff

Reid Hoffman

Ann Getty

Anthony Hale

Matilda Kunin

Wendy Linka

Mary Moulton

William Newsom

John Owsley

Bokkara Patterson

Juan Reynal

Steven Swig

Charles Thieriot

Wilfred Von Bulow

Michael Whitman

Brayton Wilbur

Rita Barela

John  Brunelle

John Calori

William Coblentz

Joseph V. Costello

John Diefenbach

Myron Dubain

Frank Woods

Mort Feld

T. Jack Foster Jr

Gordon P Getty

James Gilleran

John Goy

Evie Haas

Bryan Hemming

John Jacobs

Fritz Jewett

Ray Jones

George Keller

Art Kern

Bob Lansdon

Arthur Latno

Robert Leefeldt

Bob Lurie

Malcom MacDonald

Dan McCall

Wallace McCormack

Rich Miller

Elizabeth Pfau

Forette Pomeroy

David Ringler

Hadley Roff

Norman Rosenblatt

Albert Schlesinger

Steven L. Swig

Most San Francisco elite arrogant asshole dynasties send their kids to Stanford University.

Stanford puts the kids in asshole frat houses to train them to get away with rape and run monopolies.

When they graduate they either go up the hill to Sandhill Road and start a venture capital clone operation or they get their frat friends on Sandhill Road to racketeer-fund their start-up or political campaign using money scammed from your parents pension funds.

They only work with their frat buddies and insiders in a tribal 'old boys club' manner.

They steal all the technology and markets they want because they control all of the tech lawyers and politicians via bribes and revolving doors.

Stanford bosses keep all of this covered-up and covertly fund political campaigns to grease the wheels of political corruption.

They then sexually extort some Standford interns in Rosewood Hotel rooms, get the most 'trophy wife' ones pregnant, and start the cycle all over again.

The FBI has recently started arresting them but there are a vast number of them still running around doing their dirty deeds

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

—The Movement - Edited This Article. Ted Bunker contributed to this article. Write to Cezary Podkul at cezary.podkul@wsj.com and Orla McCaffrey at orla.mccaffrey@wsj.com

 

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