Tomas Regalado went to Argentina knowing that his city could very well be hit with a major hurricane.
When he left - along with Police Chief Rudy Ilanes - Regalado was planning to stay in Argentina until NEXT MONDAY, again, knowing when he left that the hurricane would be on Miami's doorstep on Sunday.
On Tuesday, David Smiley posted this tweet:
A responsible Mayor, who cares for his city would not have left when he knew that there was a real possibility that it might be in the eye of a hurricane while he was away.
But then again, we're talking about a grifter who has tried to take advantage of every opportunity to line his pockets by going on the junkets to foreign countries where, as I have been told by sources who have inside knowledge of what Regalado has been up to has been trying to negotiate private deals for both himself and his cronies.
To appreciate just how little Regalado cares about what is now going on in Miami here are screen grabs taken this morning from the Twitter pages of Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Tomas "Napoleon" Regalado, who is running for District 3 Commissioner in an effort to continue the Regalado grip on the City of Miami.
You will notice that Carlos Gimenez and Philip Levine have posts addressing issues important to the citizens, and that there messages were put up within the last 24 hours.
Regalado's last post was on August 25th, and Napoleon's last post, while put up within the last 24 hours, had to do with the campaign picnic he held at Jose Marti park on Labor Day.
When it comes to the Regalado's and their concern for the citizens, their Tweets tell you all you need to know that it's great that Tomas is almost out the door, and that Napoleon should not be elected.