Business Owner Admits to Blackmailing Aspen Democrat Congressional Candidate Adam Frisch with Surveillance Footage and Alleged Storage Unit Affair
In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, he allegedly used surveillance footage to blackmail prominent congressional candidate Democrat Adam Frisch into going to the storage facility where, according to the business owner, Frisch was allegedly caught having an affair.
Even in this crazy political cycle, the bizarre story stands out. When Breitbart News questioned the Democrat congressional candidate’s campaign about the charges.
No response, yet
Fritz is presently running against Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) in the upcoming November midterm election, and has not yet responded.
In a video provided to Breitbart News, the company’s owner, Todd Gardner, claims that he successfully blackmailed Michael Frisch, who was then a city councilor in Aspen, Colorado, into changing his vote on the council over a significant multimillion-dollar transportation project. In a second interview with Breitbart News, Gardner confirmed those accusations.
Emails that Gardner has released appear to support his assertion. Additionally, Gardner cites a buddy who likewise asks to remain unnamed but separately informed Breitbart News that Gardner told him about the alleged affair event at the time it reportedly occurred.
To be clear, the friend did not know about any alleged blackmail, but he or she does recall hearing about it and making light of it with Gardner.
“It absolutely was blackmail,” Gardner incredibly told Breitbart News. “I’m a straight shooter. Was it the right thing to do?
“No, it probably wasn’t the right thing to do. Was it a necessary thing to do based on the situation and me fighting for our survival and the fact that the city was trying to totally go above and beyond any purview they had to put me out of business basically?” Gardner went on.
“It was my fight for survival. I made a choice, just like Adam made a choice to sleep with the woman in the storage unit. I made a choice to use the information I had for my benefit,” he went on.
Despite his statements to the contrary, Gardner says he approached Boebert’s campaign because he feels the public needs to be aware of this information.
“I don’t like her. I don’t think she has a clue,” Gardner said. “I would never donate to her.”