Tag Archives: Gabriel Gomez

Gomez Makes the Rumor Official

He’s mulling according to the Herald: “I’m still thinking about that (race) very hard,” Gomez, a Cohasset Republican, told reporters after an unrelated event at the State House. “I have been through this before, but it would be a different race, obviously because we have a lot more time than we did before. And I think we obviously learned a…

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Gabriel Gomez Racist Hunter Strikes Again

Gabriel Gomez has apparently found a new line of work. It’s to call others racists, without really knowing them or their work.  And he’s at it again. Michael Graham announced that he is leaving his self-built successful radio show in Massachusetts.  A show which he made profitable when everybody in radio told him he couldn’t.  A show that gave him…

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Another day, another Mass Democrat endorsed by Gabriel Gomez

Gabriel Gomez yesterday endorsed another Democrat yesterday.  This time the Democrat is a progressive.  He took to his Facebook page to make the endorsement. I care about electing the best person for the job – not about partisan party politics. I support Roy Avellaneda, Political Candidate for the 2nd Suffolk State Representative seat – because he is the best person…

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Days after “Klan” Controversy, Gabriel Gomez snubs Baker and Donates to Independent “McKormick”

Just days after alluding that conservative activists are members of the Ku Klux Klan” former US Senate Candidate Gabriel Gomez (?-Massachusetts) donated $500, the maximum allowed by law, to independent progressive Jeffrey McCormick (OCPF).  The donation was recorded by McCormick’s (McCormick, McKormick what difference does it make) campaign on December 28, 2013.  Gomez has not donated to Charlie…

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A SEAL doesn’t hide behind human shields.

This post is about the differences between Gabriel Gomez, Scott Brown, and Charlie Baker. During the phase Gomez was defending his “Klan” remarks about Christopher Pinto and Rob Eno (we’ll call it “the morning” to distinguish it from “the afternoon,” where he apologized for language, not content) he suggested the problem was with activists questioning whether he, Charlie Baker, and…

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A Lesson in Leadership

Yesterday, after a flurry of rhetoric sparked by a Facebook comment posted by Gabriel Gomez where he  attacked the publisher of Red Mass Group, Rob Eno and Worcester conservative and Republican activist Chris Pinto to the point of even likening their ilk of activism to “the Klan”. Since that time, much rhetoric has flown, and, frankly, no good has been…

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