“Thank you [Adam Schiff] for your professionalism throughout this process [Impeachment trial] and fighting for our constitution [as a House Impeachment Manager].” — Brian Dianis tweet, 1/30/20
From the desk of John Lopez: It’s Sunday morning, and as a kid growing up in both California and Texas, one of the highlights of Sundays was when my parents would take the Sunday newspaper, take out the colorful comics section, and hand them over to my brother and me to read the best of Peanuts, Doonesbury and many other Sunday morning staples back in day with no internet or Cable TV.
As McHenry County Blog counts the days when Algonquin Village Trustee designate Brian Dianis will be appointed and sworn-in to the Algonquin Village Board this Tuesday night, presumably after the 5 trustees positively vote their advice & consent of Village President Debby Sosine’s appointment, the due diligence continues of Dianis’ robust Twitter timeline that was built after he left the Village Board in 2017 to inform the community about their soon-to-be elected official by appointment.
Many of Dianis’ tweets have been covered since Friday, including yesterday’s revelation of Dianis’ active participation, including financially, in national Democratic politics not only to help defeat President Donald Trump, but to also help flip the United States Senate to Democratic control as part of the disgusting and despicable Lincoln Project, which Dianis claims to have supported financially in May of 2020.
Scanning some of Dianis’ other tweets and recalling days of yesteryear of the Sunday funnies, I can think of no better way to describe the collection, including the above quote Dianis tweeted in January 30, 2020, about Congressman Adam Schiff (D, CA-28), full context below:
Easy stomach, I don’t know if I should laugh, or let my stomach run it’s course, but I had good fortune to post this on an empty stomach, so no mess to clean up.
One of Dianis’ first retweets of 2020 had to do with the Democratic primary in the Illinois 3rd Congressional District, where then Congressman Dan Lipinski was being challenged in the primary in a rematch with Marie Newman.
Here’s what Dianis retweeted on January 2, 2020, and one knows whom Dianis favored in that race:
So now we have a better understanding of Dianis’ position on right-to-life.
Now let’s continue the Sunday funnies and see how Dianis feels about Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, from April 5, 2020:
So on April 5 of last year, Dianis publicly thanked Governor Pritzker for “fighting for Illinois”.
OK, it was 4/5/20, and given all that happened since then, including Algonquin based businesses going to court to stop the state lockdown that have driven local businesses out of businesses, many permanently, it would be interesting to know how Dianis feels about the governor now.
And given Governor Pritzker just signed a partisan Illinois legislative remap into law (along with a first-in-60-years remap of the Illinois Supreme Court), one may wonder how Dianis feels about the governor reneging this promise to veto such a partisan-map in the 2018 campaign, back when Dianis donated money to then Congressman Beto O’Rourke (D, TX-16) during O’Rourke’s campaign against U.S. Senator Ted Cruz.
And speaking of the remap, Dianis currently lives in the 66th Representative District / 33rd Legislative District. The remap moves Dianis into the 52nd Representative District / 26th Legislative District represented by freshman Representative Marty McLaughlin (R, Barrington Hills) and Senate Minority Leader Dan McConchie (R, Hawthorn Woods).
There are some in local Republican circles who believe the 56 year old Dianis might be in the mix for running for office in 2022, possibly as a challenge to either McLaughlin or McConchie (and remember, Mettawa Village President Casey Urlacher was drawn out of the 26th District with the remap).
Being an appointed village trustee who’s been elected 3 times to the Village Board (and losing twice — 2003, 2017) could be a boost to a 2022 candidacy.
This tweet in mid April of 2020 reveals more:
So, Dianis calls a line-up of guests consisting of two United States Senators, two prominent Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the White House press secretary and the former Attorney General from the state of Florida “…scrape the bottom of the barrel…”
And Dianis is about to represent the 30,000+ residents of the village of Algonquin with that kind of attitude of some of our nation’s leaders?
But the reference to One World Together about the World Health Organization (WHO) and “collective ability”??? That sounds like globalism, especially with behind China, many hold the WHO at fault for the deaths caused by COVID-19.
The last tweet shared this morning confirms something the January 2 retweet did, and the context is the Senate confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett (ACB) in October of last year:
So Dianis thanked U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D, CT) who described ACB as “radical”.
Fortunately, the rest is history and ACB was confirmed the next day, on October 27 and is on the United States Supreme Court.
McHenry County Blog hopes this due diligence to shine the light of truth on Brian Dianis’ activities since being voted-off the Algonquin Village Board in 2017 brings value to local residents, particularly the residents of the village of Algonquin.
McHenry County Blog believes in full context, which is exactly how Dianis has been treated with fairness and objectivity, using his own record through social media and through research at the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to show the community whom Dianis is, politically.
The special meeting for Dianis’ appointment is scheduled for Tuesday night at the Ganek Municipal Complex in Algonquin at 7:25PM CDT.
UPDATE: Brian Dianis has locked out his Twitter account on Saturday, but a little too late, as McHenry County Blog has screenshots, and more than previously shared. May Dianis man up and address these disturbing tweets and other activities he’s said and done in social media before taking oath of office on Tuesday.