Florida Democrat Candidate Raising Money from Trashy Talk Show Host, Cop Beater and Extreme Liberals Katie Martin | January 23rd, 2014
What do Washington liberals, a trashy talk show host, and an attorney arrested for battery of a police officer and DUI all have in common?
They are all part of Gwen Graham for Congress!
Yes, Nancy Pelosi, Jerry Springer and police beating, DUI getting lawyer John Morgan all have donated big bucks to Gwen’s campaign for Congress.
Check out some of the highlights from Gwen’s 4th Quarter FEC Report below:
NRCC Statement: “The folks who want Gwen Graham in Congress look like the cast of Celebrity Rehab and not hardworking Florida families. If Gwen is already cozying up to shady characters now, there’s no telling who she will sell out Florida’s vote to if sent to Washington.” – NRCC Spokeswoman Katie Prill
Nancy Pelosi – Washington Liberal Who Gave Us Obamacare:
On December 31, 2013, Graham Received $2,000 From Nancy Pelosi For Congress. (Graham For Congress, January 31 Year End Report, Federal Election Commission, Filed 1/20/14)
Graham has also received $16,500 from National Democrats and $19,000 from liberal groups and unions.
Jerry Springer – Trashy Talk Show Host:
On October 17, 2013, Graham Received $5,200 From Talk-Show Host Jerry Springer. (Graham For Congress, January 31 Year End Report, Federal Election Commission, Filed 1/20/14)
John Morgan – DUI and Police Battery:
Graham Had A Breakfast At John Morgan’s Law Firm On January 10, 2014. “So appreciative of the opportunity to join @JohnMorganESQ & the great folks at his firm for breakfast this morning. Pic.twitter.com/zvt7d1gFYX” (Gwen Graham, Twitter Feed, 1/10/14)
On December 16, 2013, Graham Received $5,200 From John Morgan. (Graham For Congress, January 31 Year End Report, Federal Election Commission, Filed 1/20/14)
In 1997, Morgan Was Arrested For Battery On A Police Officer. “Until his arrest last week in Casselberry for battery on a police officer, 1997 had been a very good year for Orlando attorney John B. Morgan.” (Lawrence Budd, “Attorney’s Arrest Has Batter Included,” Orlando Weekly, 12/18/97)
- Morgan Was Pulled Over And Cited For A DUI. “But at about 3 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 10, Morgan and his red Cadillac were pulled over on S.R. 436 after pulling out of a Denny’s parking lot. Police say he swerved across lanes without signaling and stopped abruptly in the intersection with S.R. 17/92, after having traveled five feet past the white line marking a safe-stopping location. After the light changed, Morgan drove on, nearly clipping the curb, before using all three lanes to negotiate a curve, according to reports by Casselberry police. He was pulled over at Brewer Street and, after reportedly failing field sobriety tests, cited for driving under the influence.” (Lawrence Budd, “Attorney’s Arrest Has Batter Included,” Orlando Weekly, 12/18/97)
- During The Arrest, Morgan Became “Enraged,” Hitting And Headbutting The Officer And Calling The Officer A “Fat Fucker” And “Baldy.” “But, according to the arresting officer, Morgan became enraged upon arriving at the Seminole County Jail, called the officer a “fat fucker” and “baldy,” twice headbutted him, and hit him in the face with his left hand.” (Lawrence Budd, “Attorney’s Arrest Has Batter Included,” Orlando Weekly, 12/18/97)
- Morgan Was Charged With DUI, Failure To Provide Insurance, Two Other Traffic Violations, And Battery On A Police Officer. “So, in addition to charges of DUI, failure to provide insurance and two other minor traffic offenses, Morgan was charged with battery on a police officer, a third-degree felony calling for up to five years in prison.” (Lawrence Budd, “Attorney’s Arrest Has Batter Included,” Orlando Weekly, 12/18/97)
- Morgan Pled Guilty To Drunken-Driving, Receiving A Year Probation, $500 Fine, And Having His License Suspended For Six Months, And Prosecutors Dropped The Battery Charge. “John Morgan, a personal injury attorney, has agreed to a plea deal in his drunken-driving case. Attorneys said Wednesday that Morgan would be sentenced to a year’s probation, fined $500 and give up his drivers license for six months. In return, prosecutors reduced the charge from a felony to misdemeanor and dropped a battery charge.” (“Lawyer Morgan Agrees To Plea Deal In DUI Case,” Orlando Sentinel, 1/29/98)
This Was Not Morgan’s First DUI Charge, Which Came In September 1993, When Morgan Pled Guilty To A Reduced Charge. “Then on Sept. 10, 1993, Morgan accepted a plea bargain reducing his charge to reckless driving. He paid a f $500 fine and agreed to serve 100 hours of community service or pay another $1,000. Perhaps more importantly, Morgan that time had escaped the public embarrassment of being convicted of DUI.” (Lawrence Budd, “Attorney’s Arrest Has Batter Included,” Orlando Weekly, 12/18/97)
- In 1993, Morgan’s Attorney Filed 10 Motions And Attempted To Argue Alcohol Had Nothing To Do With The Two Car Accident, After Morgan Registered A 0.134 On A Breathalyzer. “In 1993, Hyman filed more than 10 motions contesting Morgan’s arrest for DUI after a minor two-car accident in Altamonte Springs. Morgan said he was ‘distracted by his car phone,’ according to the report. But after failing field tests, he registered 0.134 on the Breathalyzer.” (Lawrence Budd, “Attorney’s Arrest Has Batter Included,” Orlando Weekly, 12/18/97)