GOP establish lobbyist Juleanna Glover threatened to blacklist any supporters of Donald Trump in today’s Politico, “Trump staffers face threat of blacklist.”
Juleanna Glover, a longtime GOP operative who is now a corporate consultant in D.C., said of people choosing to work for Trump: “In the world Fortune 100 companies, their careers would be severely curtailed.”
GotNews.com is anti-blacklists but we’re in favor of exposing and perhaps blacklisting black listers.
Given that Glover is a supporter of blacklists we’re going to research her past to see if her values are worth celebrating.
Turns out she has some controversies that are quite interesting given her views on blacklisting.
In 1990s Glover reportedly got caught cheating on her boyfriend with his friend, says a longtime DC source. The boyfriend reportedly threw the friend out the second story window.
We’re told that the cheating didn’t stop there and continued during her acrimonious marriage to Jeffrey Weiss.
How acrimonious? Very. Here‘s how the Washington Examiner reported it:
GOP lobbyists Juleanna Glover and Jeffrey Weiss have spent more than a year together in court battling during their divorce and current custody battle. But now they can be sure to spend a lot more time together there thanks to not just one, but two cases the one-time social power couple have pending against each other.
As Bloomberg reported last week, Global Policy Partners — a firm where Weiss serves as chief operating officer — filed suit Aug. 5 against Glover for “unlawful surveillance” of the company’s computer to “obtain a competitive advantage for [Glover] and her company.”
Court documents obtained by Yeas & Nays show Glover filed her own charge against Weiss three weeks earlier.
On July 16, an arrest warrant was issued against Weiss on charges of “harassing and following [Glover] for some time” after they were ordered by the judge in their custody battle not to contact each other.
As the affidavit states, their young son told the reporting officer his father had called and told him, “Mommy is dead; something bad is going to happen to her.” The report states the son then hung up the phone and “started crying because he doesn’t want anything to happen to his mother.” The son told his mother not to go outside.
Weiss was initially charged with “threats to do bodily harm,” which since has been dropped to a charge of “attempted threats to do bodily harm.”
Weiss is no stranger to these kind of charges. Court records show he was charged last year with “simple assault” for allegedly hitting Glover in the face at their son’s 10th birthday party. The case was disposed.
Glover, a one-time aide to Vice President Dick Cheney, declined to comment. Weiss’ lawyer for the case resulting from the July 16 incident, Steven Kupferberg, told us the charges “don’t accurately describe what happened. It’s totally made up.”
It got crazier. Glover was even featured in Politico piece titled “When power couples melt down.”
Washington hostess and Republican lobbyist Juleanna Glover’s divorce from Jeffrey Weiss became fodder in 2009 in The Washington Post gossip column making headlines like “Lovebirds No Longer” when her ex-husband’s firm, Global Policy Partners, sued her for obtaining proprietary information after installing Pandora spyware on her then-husband’s computer, which he used for work and personal use at home. Weiss later dropped the suit.
Before all the craziness the couple entertained at their home in Washington. You can read about their disgusting insider parties here.
We’re still mostly Cruz supporters over here at GotNews.com but blacklists are un-American.
— Windsor Mann (@WindsorMann) April 19, 2016
If you’re going to publicly call for blacklisting someone we’re going to be investigating your personal life too.
We’re getting tired of the Hitler analogies.
Ceding Czechoslovakia? https://t.co/uBjrs2LX7G
— Juleanna Glover (@JuleannaGlover) March 19, 2016
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