Brevard Commission Candidate Bryan Lober Responds To ‘Biased, Inaccurate Allegations’ of Special Interest PAC

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LOBER IS only business owner among all Republicans seeking Brevard Commission district 2 seat

“Despite my being the only business owner among all Republicans seeking the position, in his recent opinion piece, (Larry) McIntyre suggested that I am anti-business. Nothing could be further from the truth.” – Bryan Lober, Republican candidate for Brevard County Commission District 2.  (Paid for by Bryan A. Lober, Republican for Brevard County Commission District 2)

By Bryan A. Lober, Republican Candidate for Brevard County Commission District 2

BRYAN LOBER: ‘Author of unverified hit piece chairs a PAC which donated to my opponent’

A local Brevard newspaper recently provided Larry McIntyre, Chair of the inaptly named “Business Voice” of Florida’s Space Coast special interest PAC, a platform from which to spew wholly inaccurate allegations against conservative political candidates.

I was among those attacked by McIntyre, and following the publication of his letter, I submitted a short, written rebuttal to the baseless allegations.

The newspaper refused to print my rebuttal and failed to provide any reason for its refusal to a legitimate candidate being unfairly attacked.

Allowing McIntyre’s biased and unverified hit piece on me, and then not being afforded upon request equal space and opportunity for a rebuttal, suggests a bias against conservative candidates in my opinion.

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Weeks ago, retired Army Ranger and former candidate for District 2 County Commission, Jim Glover, wrote: “the establishment’s fear that their handouts will come to an end is why they’ll say anything, even if they know it’s not true, to prevent Bryan [Lober] from being elected.”

Glover was absolutely right.

Despite my being the only business owner among all Republicans seeking the position, in his recent opinion hit piece, McIntyre suggested that I am anti-business.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

McIntyre additionally suggested I espouse “ideology over pragmatic governance.” Interestingly, prior to the article running, McIntyre was present at an interview in which he and his colleagues asked me numerous questions.

Nonetheless, McIntyre failed to cite a single example to substantiate any of his false and baseless assertions.

“McIntyre failed to cite a single example to substantiate any of his false and baseless assertions.”

It is convenient that McIntyre’s article was released only after I called out his PAC’s candidate of choice for having received more money from Democrats, lobbyists and PACs than all other District 2 County Commission candidates, Republican and Democrat, combined.

Not surprisingly, McIntyre chairs a PAC which donated to my opponent!

McIntyre’s comments amount to a thinly veiled attempt to protect his PAC’s investment in entrenched bureaucrat Chuck Nelson. He and his PAC want a return on their investment and they know that my votes are not for sale.

Despite being named “Business Voice,” McIntyre’s PAC speaks neither for my business nor for the vast majority of the businesses in Brevard County.

Given that the “Business Voice” is anything but the voice of the local business community, its name is so disingenuous as to border on being comical.

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