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May 25, 2015


I knew schock was no good I went to high school with him we both went to richwoods high he was no good then and I he is no good now

One would think Peoria's paper would print a news story concerning the financial improprieties involving their former Congressman and a local couple. Darren Frye was Schock's guest to the State of the Union. His wife, Rebecca, paid $25,000 to meet with President Bush at a Schock fundraiser. I wonder if they'll ever print it.

My favorite was the Channel 25 website story from earlier this week which refers to the Fryes as "Chicago donors." See http://www.cinewsnow.com/news/local/Schock-faces-questions-from-Chicago-donors-304939831.html

Billy Dennis had a report last year detailing how the Fryes and former Congressman Schock are members of the same church. See http://thepeoriapundit.com/2014/01/22/gasp-the-journal-star-actually-reports-on-aaron-schock-mini-scandal/ The link to the church newsletter along with background on Michael Grimm are located within a comment of mine.

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