Marty Golden's campaign boss, Ian Reilly, leads with Marty's chin --- in another massive unforced error
Some shysters named Warshaw & Bernstein let one of their guys, Russell W. Rosen, send out a “lawyers letter” to Democrat State Senate hopeful Andy Gounardes on behalf of State Senator Marty Golden’s campaign boss, Ian Reilly
Seriously ??? --- I mean >>> SERIOUSLY !!!!! <<<
WHAT’S THE BEEF ??? Well, it looks like Ian-baby found somebody, who must have gotten his law degree as a prize in a box of Cracker Jack(s) to call one of the solicitation letters from a group calling itself “ANDREW FOR NEW YORK” a defamation of Mr. Reilly by Mr. Gounardes --- maybe I got this wrong, BUT I think that Ian Reilly, Russell W. Rosen and Warshaw & Bernstein got this thing 100% ass backwards and upside-down.
Because there ain't no falsehood, there ain’t no lawsuit here: no libel --- no slander --- no per se --- no per quod --- no intrinsic defamation --- no extrinsic defamation --- no damages --- AND --- because everybody involved is a public figure [and involved in an election campaign] the standards of proof of malicious intent are almost impossible to attain
Let’s start with the fact that Ian Reilly’s name isn’t mentioned in the solicitation letter, which only says that it’s about somebody on Marty Golden’s “payroll”….. I don’t even think that Ian Reilly technically is on any payroll of State Senator Marty Golden’s…..
This "lawyers letter" is complete and absolute horse shit; >>> and so is the Proud Boys lovin’ Ian Reilly, who almost single-handedly turned out the lights of the venerable Metropolitan Republican Club forever when he invited one of the Proud Boys’ top toughs to speak at that club and street violence involving the Proud Boys ensued quickly thereafter outside the well-known GOP site. Besides, even without his now close Proud Boys connection, which has been reported-on across various types of media, somebody like Ian Reilly is unslanderable, and everybody knows it. He has no reputation that is worth thirty-six cents ($ 0.36).
I hope that some lawyer for Mr. Gounardes, or maybe even Andy himself, replied to the Russell W. Rosen letter on Warshaw & Bernstein letterhead with a appropriate “Dirty Harry” response: “Go ahead, make my day”…..