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Grandinetti Remains True to Word; No Facebook Postings Since August 1

By Mike Hudson

August 18, 2015


Her Master’s voice.

That’s what city Councilwoman Kristen Grandinetti hears whenever Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster speaks. Whether it’s limiting the ability of police officers to do their jobs by entering into some crazy consent decree with Andrew Cuomo or authorizing the expenditure of millions of dollars in public money for the wackiest schemes imaginable, Dyster can count on his childless and unmarried across the street neighbor’s staunch support.

Wait… This just in: Councilwoman Kristen Grandinetti is still off Facebook!

And she’s still sticking to her story. According to the councilwoman, “someone near and dear” to her, bet her she couldn’t refrain from posting on the popular social media website from August 1 to September 11, the day after the primary election.

Grandinetti isn’t running for anything. Dyster is, however, and seems to grow more desperate by the day. Grandinetti’s Facebook postings, which overwhelmingly concern sexual politics as seen through the lens of a pro-abortion, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual advocate who believes the dead fetus body parts sellers at Planned Parenthood are among the greatest humanitarians who ever strode the face of the planet has often embarrassed Dyster and her actual employer, the Niagara Falls City School District.

Grandinetti is a kindergarten teacher, which is another way of saying a babysitter. Like a really, really expensive babysitter.

In any event, City Hall sources have confirmed that the near and dear someone who challenged her to stay the hell off Facebook until after the election was none other than Dyster himself, who has enough problems of his own.

With the Hamister hotel scam blowing up in his face, his sudden and tipsy enthusiasm for the sport of cricket and the wacky Wonderfalls project consigned to a locker just this side of the Twilight Zone, Dyster’s desperation has become palpable.

Quite likely, Grandinetti’s worst days of Facebook detox are behind her, and she’ll be able to stay the course without too much trouble. She’ll survive until that auspicious date, September 11, when she can once again start telling everyone how it’s OK to kill the unborn.

Will Dyster survive?

Only time will tell.






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