So predictable. The New Times runs an article, casting an unfavorable opinion of the eve-pretentious and vain Superintendent Alberto Carvalho and he immediately solicits the assistance of his groupies within the Black community to begin countering the article and doing damage control.
Now, there will be an "opinion" article that supports Carvalho appearing in the New Times. Carvalho, who spent Friday with the President and First Lady promoting his agenda, his name, his political campaign and his brand took advantage of the photograph opportunity and did the usual Twitter and Facebook overload.
But, in the back of his mind, he was still upset and disturbed that some leaders within the Black community are not pleased with him. The article appears to have promoted a meeting with him and one of his biggest followers, along with a writer from the New Times. Suffice it to say the opinion article will be a scripted "fluff" story on Carvalho.
So predictable. The Superintendent also made sure he made the rounds in the urban core, stopping off to hold a tug-of-peace contest at an elementary school and visit a school to do some gardening and beautification. Again, more photo opportunities.
And then, there was lunch with the minion.
No one is saying that there has not been progress and improvements made. That would be inaccurate and untruthful.
Carvalho has one priority-himself. That is indisputable and soon, this house of cards will fall.