Carlos Sierra is in the news.
But before we get to that, recently Bob Moore did a write-up on Carlos Sierra in the Texas Monthly about his involvement in the recent congressional race.
Hell, Moore had posted Sierra's mugshots in the article.
The sad thing is Sierra looks better in his mugshots than Bob Moore does in real life.
I do not know what Moore was trying to accomplish, but all he did was raise Carlos Sierra's profile.
If Moore wanted to "hurt" or "punish" Sierra, he would not have written the piece at all.
I just have a feeling that that piece was at Veronica Escobar's urging.
She cannot let go of a grudge.
Now, Sierra is back in the news because of the recent county judge's race.
Because of a facebook post.
Sierra knows the El Paso Times reporters are lazy.
Actually, we all know they are lazy.
So they saw Sierra's post and ran with it.
If you do not like the guy, then why give the guy airtime?
I know people are trying to ding him on booze. But let us not forget the current Democratic candidate for US Senate has had his own issues with booze.
Then there is the other matter. Which was ultimately dropped, but again you have another consultant in town that gets airtime that had his own legal issues regarding pornography and minors.
In other words, there are quite bit of people involved in local politics whether as elected officials or consultants that do not exactly have a clean record.
"What's your point, Max?"
Sierra has survived his struggles with his own personal demons and legal troubles.
You think these articles are going to put him in his place?