The results from the municipal election 4, 2017 municipal election are still sending shockwaves around Chicagoland. The following is a special report on the stories the mainstream media are not covering.
Priory of Sion sends more election observers to Bolingbrook
By Reporter X
With the Bolingbrook election down to valid provisional ballots and absentee ballots, the Priory of Sion’s electoral monitoring team summoned more observers. The winner of the mayoral race will determine whether the Illuminati or the New World Order will control Clow UFO Base.
“We have been entrusted by the New World Order and the Illuminati to make sure this is a fair election,” said high observer Rene Fludd. “With the vote count this close, and the stakes so high, we would rather have too many observers, than too few.”
The current vote tally has Mayor Roger Claar, a member of the Bolingbrook First party, ahead by 102 votes over Bolingbrook United candidate Jackie Traynere. Claar officially switched allegiance to the Illuminati following Donald Trump’s victory in November. Traynere is allied with the New World Order.
“We know that there are people who will try to fool us,” said Fludd. “Just remember, we are the people who convinced Christians that Jesus died on the cross, and fooled atheists into believing that Jesus never existed. It is not so easy to trick us.”
Traynere could not be reached for comment.
The receptionist for Claar said he was in an important meeting and could not be disturbed.
In the background, a man who sounded like Claar spoke: “Looks like we’re going to be losing Trustee Sheldon Watts and Bolingbrook United will gain Trustee Bob Jaskiewicz.”
“Is that bad?” Asked someone.
“Yes, but I have a plan for the next term. We’ll keep doing what we always do and if something goes wrong, we’ll blame Bob. Agree with me.”
“We agree,” replied the group.
Admins of anti-Claar Facebook page granted asylum in Florida
Sources say the admins of the Facebook group Vote Roger Claar out in 2017 fled Bolingbrook following’s Claar apparent victory. They also say the admins have been granted asylum in Little Bolingbrook, a community hidden somewhere in Florida.
Joe, who asked that we not use his last name, explained why they left: “Roger is a very powerful mayor with a temper. Unless you’re a competent lawyer or a politician with lots of connections, he can make your life hell. My friends just couldn’t take that chance.”
Little Bolingbrook was founded in the 1990s by former politicians, business owners, and activists who tried to defeat Claar but failed. It is unknown how many former Bolingbrook residents live there, but estimates range from 1 to 1000.
Little Bolingbrook Mayor Bonnie Kurowski-Alicea released the following statement: The admins of this Facebook group are safe behind our city’s gates. Roger’s evil hands cannot touch them here. His hit and run trustee cannot drive here. His slanderous trustees, who accuse us of investigating a school board member to death, have no platform here. The admins will stay here until 2021 when they will return to post about the election that will finally bring down Roger. Then I will return in 2025 to destroy Bolingbrook United and assume my rightful role as Mayor of Bolingbrook!”
Lisle’s trees fire Mayor Broda
Lisle’s Treeocracy fired Mayor Joe Broda and announced Chris Pecak as his replacement.
“After sixteen years,” read a statement from the sentient trees, “Joe became boring. We do not like boring. We don’t expect to be bored by Chris, and we expect him to be our loyal servant and entertainer.”
Paula, a Lisle resident who asked that her last name not be used, recalled when the trees ordered her to vote for Pecak:
“I had just stepped out of my car when a branch touched my shoulder. I heard a whisper tell me to vote for Chris. I was going to vote for Joe, because I thought the trees wanted me to. I didn’t know they had changed their minds. But they told me and I did what they said. I think— I know it’s for the best. The trees love Lisle. Lisle loves the trees. I love the trees!”
A spokesperson for Pecak’s party, Prosperity for Lisle, said, “Chris will do whatever the trees want him to do. Now go away!”
Broda, reached by phone, said, “As if this week couldn’t get any worse? I thought the trees kicked you out of the village years ago.”