Fiasco in the Maryland legislature as corrupt politicians plot to keep the status quo and derail reveal of HB1107

marylandstatedelegatejaywalker

Delegate Jay Walker

Reports emanating from the Maryland legislature in Annapolis are causing untold worry according to people familiar with the situation. Prince George’s county leaders are involved in major cover up to undermine the governance of the Prince George’s county public schools (PGCPS) and derail the reveal of HB1107 law. Thus essentially keeping everything status quo to the detriment of the youth.

The plan by the Prince George’s county Delegation led by Delegate Mr. Darryl Barnes to Amend PG 507-18 /HB 186 was done in bad faith after the union rewarded them. The new amendments calls for inclusion of a Member of Prince George’s county Educator Association (PGCEA) as part of the county Board and it is illegal due to quid pro quo. The pay to play occurred after Delegate Mr. Darrl Barnes received an endorsement of MSEA. PGCEA reports to MSEA and is currently involved in major violations of employees grievances and is being sued.

There are several major players who are said to be the major facilitators of the derailment of the law starting with Delegate Dereck Davis. He wants the law to fail so that his wife who is the Deputy Superintendent of Prince George’s county public schools can benefit from the fiasco.

According to a series of information received through Facebook from Senator (D) Anthony Muse  and sponsor of the bill for complete reveal of the bill, the first message stated the following:

” My bill is 1107 to return us back to an all elected school board. Delegate Walker will not let it out for a vote. Per millers instructions and Bakers”

second message stated the following ….

Delegate Jay Walker is not letting my school board repeal bill out for a vote. This is wrong. This is politics at its worst. Yes all need to join in and put pressure on him from our district and County to return it to an all elected school board as my bill demands”. 

The third message stated the following in part…..

“…..The senators will not help. Mike Miller and baker wants the process to remain the same They do not want an elected school board as far as I can tell because these two don’t want it. Wow wow.”

1456707_10207292552204817_4111798204399208061_n.jpg

Maryland Senator (D) Anthony Muse

11a-UNCONSTITUTIONAL-Miller-Mike-JS1-copy-600x330

senator Mike Miller according to Senator Muse, Miller (above) wants the process to remain the same They do not want an elected school board as far as I can tell because these two don’t want it. Wow wow.”

rushern-baker-head-111010w

Rushern Baker III according to Senator Muse,  (Baker above) wants the process to remain the same They do not want an elected school board as far as I can tell because these two don’t want it. Wow wow.”

17990582_1481245515260316_5490122772035342226_o

Delegate Mr. Darryl Barnes is in major water after changing the rules to limit public participation. According to keen observers, Mr. Barnes is being controlled by Delegate Dereck Davis. He must go home from the Maryland legislature by electing new leaders to replace.

SuicideAwarenessWalk20178of23-500x300

Delegate Dereck Davis (chairman of economic matters in Maryland) is said to be the force behind the scenes to derail progress so that his wife can benefit from the fiasco and derailment. He must go home from the Maryland legislature by electing new leaders to replace him.

MAJOR ELECTION IN 2018

Voters in Prince George’s County will select a new county executive, two at-large county council members, and nine council district representatives in the Democratic primary on June 26. Of these twelve races, eight have no incumbent because they are either new or subject to term limits. This is a year where everything is on the table, and showing up to the polls will tremendously influence the next eight years of the county’s future.

County residents are requested to file and run for public offices to shake the county and lead the way forward in Maryland with new leaders for the future of the county.

If you live in Prince George’s County, first, make sure you are registered to vote. You can register online if you are up to date with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. Otherwise, it’s still very easy process to register by mail. Do it now, or at least by June 5, 2018 (the 21-day deadline before the June 26 primary).

Every candidate listed is running as a Democrat, and you must register as a Democrat if you want to vote in the Democratic primary. The simple fact is that in a county where 79 percent of voters are registered as Democrats, the primary is the election and not the November election.

***

8 responses »

  1. Pingback: Drama at @pgcps as two parents file ethics complaint over campaign contributions – Delegate Davis in the Mix | pgcps mess - Reform Sasscer without delay.

  2. Pingback: Drama at @pgcps as two parents file ethics complaint over campaign contributions – Delegate Davis in the Mix | Help Change The World. The Future Of The County Is Now.

  3. http://www.timesupnow.com

    Rushern Baker Administration Official & Political Candidate, Calvin Hawkins, promoted after sexual harassment verdict by jury.

    2012 Sexual Harassment verdict and $135,000 payment by County: https://www.leagle.com/decision/infdco20121130928

    The jury returned a verdict in Tonya Hairston’s favor on the Title VII and Maryland employment discrimination claims …. Answering special interrogatories, the jury found that:

    • the County subjected Hairston to a sexually hostile work environment;

    • Hawkins was her co-worker, not her employer;

    • the County knew or should have known of Calvin Hawkins’ sexual harassment of Tonya Hairston;

    • the County failed to take prompt and adequate action to prevent [the] harassing `behavior;

    • the County failed to exercise reasonable care to prevent, and correct promptly, any sexually harassing behavior in the workplace.

    2008 Sexual Assault, False Imprisonment, and Assault Charges: http://casesearch.courts.state.md.us

    Like

      • Post Article: Calvin Hawkins Sexual Predator Charges

        https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/md-politics/council-candidate-who-is-an-aide-to-baker-accused-of-harassment-years-ago/2018/02/14/66391836-10c7-11e8-8ea1-c1d91fcec3fe_story.html?utm_term=.38ab194836ba

        Council candidate who is an aide to Baker accused of harassment years ago

        A Prince George’s County Council candidate who is a senior adviser to County Executive Rushern L. Baker III was accused of sexually harassing a colleague a decade ago while working in a different county government office.

        The allegations led to a nearly $150,000 civil judgment against Prince George’s, after a jury found the government knew or should have known about the harassment and a judge ruled that the county must pay attorney’s fees for the victim, Tonya Hairston.

        Hairston says Calvin Hawkins, who is running for one of two new at-large council seats, restrained and forcibly kissed her in 2008, when they were employees in the county’s office of emergency management. Hawkins, 56, said he disputes some of the specifics of Hairston’s account but recognizes that his behavior was inappropriate.

        Baker, who is term-limited and running for governor in the June 26 Democratic primary, has not endorsed Hawkins in the at-large race or given him money. He said Hawkins has done a “phenomenal job” as his aide, but also said that as county executive, he has “made sure that sexual harassment in any form would not be tolerated.”

        County employees recently completed additional anti-harassment training triggered by the ongoing national attention to sexual assault that is part of the #MeToo movement, Baker said.

        Hairston said Hawkins, one of five at-large candidates in the Democratic primary, has never apologized to her and, in her opinion, is not fit for elected office. “If he wins, the county is giving a predator like him the power to do this to someone else,” she said.

        ‘Miss T., just once’

        Hairston, who still works for the county, alleged two specific instances of harassment in 2008.

        Hawkins approached her from behind in the office kitchen, said “Miss T., just once,” and grabbed her bottom, according to Hairston’s account in court records.

        On a second occasion, Hairston alleged, Hawkins grabbed her hands, pulled her onto his lap in a chair, forcibly kissed her on her neck and rubbed himself against her. She said the door to the office they were in was locked, and he stopped the attack only when he saw another employee coming.

        Hawkins was fired, then reinstated with back pay in 2010 after appealing to the county’s personnel review board. The board found that Hawkins touched Hairston in “an unwanted manner,” according to a copy of the report obtained by The Washington Post, but said there was insufficient proof that the unwanted touching happened more than once or constituted sexual harassment.

        In 2009, a jury ordered the county to pay Hairston $12,500 in damages — a small fraction of the $1,000,000 she sought. Three years later, a judge awarded her $135,145 in legal fees and expenses.

        Hawkins was born in the District and grew up in Prince George’s. A graduate of Oxon Hill High School, he studied at Bowie State University but was arrested for armed robbery and convicted at age 21. During his five-year prison sentence, he said, he pledged to make a positive contribution to his community after his release.

        Like

  4. Pingback: Breaking: PGC Senate Delegation refuses to vote on PGCPS Inspector General bill due to conflicts of interest. | pgcps mess - Reform Sasscer without delay.

  5. Pingback: Breaking: PGC Senate Delegation refuses to vote on PGCPS Inspector General bill due to conflicts of interest. | Help Change The World. The Future Of The County Is Now.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.