Two other men died after participating in sexual fetishes, including Buck administering injections of methamphetamines
Longtime Arizona residents will have no trouble recalling how the leftist Arizona Republic chronicled and canonized the effort to impeach conservative Gov. Evan Mecham. We’ve been inundated with praiseful accounts of a certain war hero, but few are aware Mecham left college to join the U.S. Army Air Corps during the height of World War II, receiving training as a fighter pilot. He was shot down and held as a prisoner of war receiving an Air Medal and Purple Heart for his valiant service. Active in his church and a successful businessman, he served in the state senate before winning a three-way race for governor in 1986.
Former readers of the extremist rag, masquerading as a disseminator of news, will recall the infamous photo of a then-young Ed Buck, delivering recall petitions to the State Capitol. That brash young man is older— with a head of white hair — but certainly not wiser.
Buck, a name he altered from Buckmelter, was a homosexual activist who organized the recall shortly after Mecham’s inauguration.
Columnist EJ Montini and the newspaper served as ‘Cheerleaders for Buck,’ who at the time appeared to come from central casting: young, fresh-faced, and gay…the radical “trifecta.”
The newspaper happily embraced all efforts including a successful impeachment to take down Gov. Mecham. He was eventually cleared in a criminal trial, but not before he was removed from office. Mecham’s unforgivable flaw was his conservative political bent.
After doing his damage here, Buck left the desert for Tinseltown, where his basic lack of character eventually caught up with him — despite the willful blindness of the myriad Democrats with whom he hobnobbed and financially benefited. Ed Buck, 65, is finally in police custody.
Seeing Red AZ covered Buck’s deadly sexual predatory proclivities in this January 2019 post, “Dem donor Ed Buck, 2 dead men and counting & Update,“ after the second of two gay men had been found dead in his West Hollywood apartment. The third man who managed to escape, survived a methamphetamine overdose, turned out to be one too many and slippery Ed Buck shown in this KTLA 5 news report cowering in the back seat of a police car after being charged by the Los Angeles County District Attorney with 3 felony counts connected to operating a drug house — which he mysteriously evaded far too long. The deaths are not charged in this complaint. Buck’s bond has been set at $4 million. It’s unlikely any of the prominent state and federal Democrat candidates — Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Adam Schiff, among the recipients of Buck’s generous campaign donations — will reciprocate, helping to spring their deviant donor.
Buck has given more than $500,000 to a wide array of Democrat groups and candidates, including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Gov. Gavin Newsom and L.A. County District Attorney Jackie Lacey — obviously attempting to curry favor with the powerful who are current office holders. The DCCC has reportedly received at least $5,000 from Buck. AZ Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s PAC, Getting Stuff Done, (GSD-PAC) was a recipient of Buck’s generosity, separate from his donations to her campaign, which she ultimately returned. She’s a self-identified “bi-sexual” which no doubt made her even more worthy of his support.
In a motion filed Wednesday, prosecutors set the high bail identifying Buck as a “violent, dangerous sexual predator,” noting he “offered drugs, money and shelter to mainly addicted and homeless men in exchange for participating in sexual fetishes, including a fetish that involved administering dangerous doses of drugs.”
Buck “has no regard for human life,” the motion correctly assessed.
American Thinker has an important update on deviant Ed Buck and his connection to high ranking democrats. Columnist Monica Showalter exposes, “The New York Times has been trying to dismiss the arrest of Ed Buck, a Democratic fatcat … as a “small-time Democratic donor,” but the facts on the ground suggest he was a rather big one. And maybe that’s a function of the paper’s desire to protect its masters, the Democrats. They aren’t known as Democratic operatives with bylines for nothing.”