Check back, periodically, for more information that will be added, including more
evidence to prove the wrongful actions of Cutting's opponent, Paula O'Neil
CUTTING'S VISION: NEW FACE, NEW VOICE, NEW IDEAS,
TRUE INTEGRITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR WRONGFUL ACTIONS
Running for YOU because YOU deserve better
Cutting made ballot placement by getting the required 3,049 valid petitions signed by Pasco County registered voters so
her name would appear on the ballot in November. Thank you to all who helped make it happen!
Click here to read the letter
Don't let yourselves be deceived into thinking that informing you of wrongs committed in office is running a negative campaign. Actually, letting you know what wrongs are being committed is a positive thing so we could take action to make our government better. Public officials don't want you to know what they are doing behind your back so they deceive the people and make them think that if their opponents try to expose them it is running a negative campaign.
GOOD OL' BOY SYSTEM EXTENDS FROM INSIDE PASCO COUNTY TO OTHER PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND AGENCIES AROUND THE STATE
On Oct. 24, 2016, Cutting attended a debate (or was it a forum?) as Cutting was set up by the Dade City Chamber of Commerce to help protect Cutting's opponent, Paula O'Neil, for wrongful actions. In this Lion's Den of David (Cutting) Fighting Goliath (Forum; Debate; ?), the conflict of interest was phenomenal. For one, the Tampa Bay Times reporter, C.T. Bowen, was a moderator and Cutting filed a lawsuit against Bowen, which, it is now, under appeal. The lawsuit stemmed from C.T. Bowen working with reporter Lisa Buie in 2012 when a Tampa Bay Times article exploited Cutting's daughter's sexual abuse case to help O'Neil win re-election. Click on the link to the evidence below. Cutting also filed a lawsuit against her opponent, only for Judge Babb to deny Cutting due process by allowing Cutting to take the case in front of a jury, which violated the U.S. Constitution. Babb also quashed everyone of Cutting's subpoenas so that O'Neil and others involved did not have to get on the stand and testify under oath. The good ol' boy system DENIED Cutting justice because of the connections Cutting's opponent has with the judges in Pasco County and other public officials around the state of Florida.
Cutting's opponent, Paula O'Neil, announced in this Lion's Den that O'Neil put it on her campaign web site "The real truth" link to show that everyone of the lawsuits and complaints Cutting filed with agencies were dismissed. THE REAL TRUTH IS THIS: Cutting filed lawsuits with every entity that was responsible for sabotaging Cutting with false allegations to try and hold them accountable for the role they played in when they used their power to conspire with each other for the purpose of accompllishing their malicious, deceitful, and dishonest goals. This was unbelievable! It is no wonder our government is so corrupt when public officials get away with their wrongful actions only because of their GOOD OL' BOY CONNECTIONS.
The complaints Cutting filed with agencies and the courts were viable, but because of the connections Cutting's opponent has with those agencies, denied Cutting the opportunity and her uninalienable right to seek justice.
David West was in charge of the debate (forum; ?) and he is all part of the Dade City Chamber of Commerce. He also stated to Cutting early in her campaign that he did not like it because Cutting was running for a cause. This meant that he was already bias against Cutting before the debate (?) was even held.
At the end of the debate (forum;?), O'Neil announced the dismissals and Cutting was denied the opportunity to respond as O'Neil's employees, family and other connections applauded so loud to keep Cutting from answering and David West stood in front of the podium and ignored Cutting while he talked to keep Cutting from answering.
Do you think Governor Rick Scott would do anything to hold O'Neil accountable when he appointed O'Neil's husband as judge in the same court where O'Neil is Clerk of Court? (Evidence below) Do you think Attorney General Pam Bondi would hold O'Neil accountable when Bondi endorses O'Neil, most likely because they are both Republicans?
1. Click Here to Show Cutting Shared a Photo from Her Opponent, Paula O'Neil's, Facebook Page and commented the following: "Are my eyes deceiving me or is the Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley in the brown shirt campaigning for my opponent, Paula O'Neil? Some if not most of them in the campaign shirts are Paula O'Neil's employees."Right after Cutting shared the Facebook post with Brian Corley campaigning for Paula O'Neil and commented the words stated in quotes above, the post was immediately taken down from Cutting's Facebook page since O'Neil immediately took it down from her page. But not before Cutting hurriedly screen shot the post and downloaded it onto her computer. The last page is part of the charity event for children, which the other pages that ties them together will be displayed as soon as possible.
CUTTING IS MY NAME AND CUTTING IS MY PLAN!
Cutting took a Pledge of her commitment to Open Government, Public Records, and Open Meetings Laws with the First Amendment Foundation. Click here to view the signed document and the video Cutting created by clicking the links next to Cutting's name.
Open government is huge on Cutting's list because Cutting would have nothing to hide. The people would have full and easy access to all government income and expenses in the clerk's office.Cutting is huge on full and easy access to public records and would never deny public records to anyone that they are entitled by law to receive.
This would help cut down on errors and wrongful actions from employees.
People would know Cutting is there serving them since the law only requires the elected clerk of court to show up for work about 6 days out of the whole year.
Cutting would never allow lies, deceit and gossip in the clerk's offices.
Cutting would get to know all employees and encourage them to come forward with wrongful conduct they are aware of.
Cutting would hold a monthly meeting with employees and adhere to any concerns they have and educate them on appropriate conduct to the public and to each other.
Cutting would provide incentives for employees for going above and beyond the call of duty and for reporting wrongful conduct.
Cutting would treat all employees with the same respect as Cutting would expect them to treat her.
The state transitions a new clerk of court into office by providing the training she needs. Click here to see the letter Cutting received in 2012.
The elected clerk of court is only required to show up for work about 6 days out of the whole year. It does not take much education, experience, or even degrees when the elected clerk is only required to show up every 60 days currently. Click here for the law that pertains to that. Our Florida Constitution , Article X, Section 3, states that under vacancy in office. Click here to read an article about Pasco's previous clerk of court, Jed Pittman, admitting that he did not have to show up for work but only 8 days out of the whole year. Cutting believes this is so wrong and that is one reason Cutting has an open door policy so people will know Cutting is there serving them.
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