When City Manager Tommy Gonzalez leaves office, he’ll float away on his golden parachute.
The rest of the six-figure carpetbaggers have shallow roots here. I’m sure they’ll all try to find jobs grifting some other municipality.
But there are people who work in City Government who don’t want to leave El Paso. When the house of cards falls, they’ll have tarnished reputations. People will spit on the sidewalk when their names are mentioned, and talk nasty about them behind their backs.
Now’s the time for them to stand up and tell what they know. They’ll be heroes.
I know, nobody likes a snitch.
Well, the taxpayers might.
Look at Jane Shang. She came out all right.
For a little while.
They are most likely afraid for their jobs. There is no job security in Texas, since we became a “Right to Work” state.
Whistleblowers are protected under federal law. That’s why Jane Shang got that sweetheart retirement deal.
El Paso Children’s is spending millions to silence a brave whistleblower…
I’d be very interested in the EPCH story. That thing was designed to be a slush fund for UMC from the get go, IMO.