My Point of View By Rolando Larraz
“If communism is so good why are the caravans coming here and not going to Venezuela?”
I try my best to stay within the Nevada State line, but sometimes I cannot resist going a little farther out, and this week was one of those times when I couldn’t resist going all the way to Florida and putting my two cents into the criminal activity of some notable friends of our president.
Democrats are always looking for a reason — or for ways — to criticize the president and/or make someone pay for being friends with President Donald Trump.
Yes, I am referring to Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriot’s football team that just won the Super Bowl, and has been a normal human being with a perfect lifestyle.
Robert Kraft does not jump and file false police reports accusing someone of criminal acts when in reality the criminal act has been committed by those who lie and file the false police reports; Robert Kraft is not standing accused of having sex with underage girls that look to be in their early twenties or a twenty-four-year-old manicurist that perhaps was more than happy that a famous recording star paid attention to her and did her a favor, if indeed it is true that those charges were real.
No, the only crime Robert Kraft may have committed is being photographed with the most hated president of our times (by Democrat-Communists who, after two years have not yet gotten used to accepting the fact that President Trump is the duly elected president chosen by the people of the United States of America.)
“These cases aren’t about any one defendant or any group of defendants,” Aronberg said. “The larger picture, which we must all confront, is the cold reality that many prostitutes in cases like this are victims, often lured into this country with promises of a better life, only to be forced to live and work in a sweatshop or a brothel, subject to force, fraud or coercion,” the West Palm Beach State Attorney emailed our newspaper.
I agree with Mr. Aronberg, but the reality is that Mr. Kraft did not lure any of those females into this country with promises of a better life; in fact, he may have helped them to have a better life in this country by giving them some of his money for “companion time.”
I agree that Mr. Kraft, with all his money, could have gone to a better location and maybe chosen a different class of females, but it could be that the location was convenient and the time was the right time.
It may be a coincidence, but what a coincidence, that out of twenty-five individuals the only name that keeps popping up is Robert Kraft and no one else’s.
I wonder if it is a coincidence that the former wife of West Palm Beach State Attorney is a friend and supporter of our duly elected president and the owner of the New England Patriots was photographed having lunch with the same duly elected president that happens to be a member of the opposite party of the Honorable West Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg.
We are living in an era where Marijuana is the cocktail of the day, marriage is a thing of the past, being gay is a political plus, men wear shoes without socks, women wear jeans with holes and ripped off hems, male newscasters leave their ties (if they have any left) in the closet, but it is illegal to try to get a piece of meat to relax a little.
I, as a poor Cuban refugee, can’t afford to live in West Palm Beach, but I remember the days when the ladies of the night used to walk up and down Biscayne Boulevard, or Las Vegas Boulevard for that matter,in the era of the second term of my former friend, the late Sheriff John Moran.
Every time I have to write articles like this one I remember that former Sheriff Doug Gillespie used to accuse me of having a “conspiracy theory mentality,” but sometimes that conspiracy theory mentality had reason to exist and the only reason Gillespie accused me of having that conspiracy theory mentality was to separate fiction from reality and when I refused to endorse him or did not allow my newspaper to endorse him he wanted to make me the bad guy.
One thing I am not is a hypocrite; I believe in prostitution, legal prostitution, and I believe that if those places where they offer massages for money have a business license the lawmen should not harass the clients that visit those places. And if the system does not like massage parlors, the system should not issue business licenses to those kinds of places, employees, and operators.
My name is Rolando Larraz, and as always, I approved this column.
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Rolando Larraz is Editor in Chief of the Las Vegas Tribune. His column appears weekly in this newspaper. To contact Rolando Larraz, email him
at: Rlarraz@lasvegastribune.com or at 702-272-4634.