Tamarac Post Renames “MBOLTON” Link To Stories Attacking Tamarac Political Rivals Of Marlon Bolton

It took little more than twelve hours for The Tamarac Post to rename a page highlighting the author of recent stories attacking the political rivals of Tamarac Commissioner Marlon Bolton. Yesterday, REDBROWARD revealed the link to five stories by Tamarac Post international correspondent Maria Colson was named “MBOLTON.” This morning, the link was changed to “MColson.”

The Tamarac Post also removed links to Maria Colson’s social media accounts as well as her vanity website.

As they say, the Internet is forever.

Did Marlon Bolton make a phone call?

Here’s our original story:

A link provided by the fake news website Tamarac Post reveals “MBOLTON” authored recent stories attacking City of Tamarac politicians. Since late August, five Tamarac Post stories were written by “Maria Colson.” An August 26, 2021 story was a puff piece praising Tamarac Commissioner Marlon Bolton for a meaningless political appointment.

The next four stories featured baseless attacks on Bolton’s fellow commissioners. The most recent story contains numerous false claims against Mayor Michelle Gomez, Vice Mayor Elvin Villalobos and even former Mayor Beth Talabisco.

In March 2021, REDBROWARD exposed Marlon Bolton’s deep ties to “The Tamarac Post,” which is owned and operated by close Bolton ally Anthony Bonamy.

The Tamarac Post has repeatedly written stories praising Marlon Bolton and his Commission co-hort Elberg Mike Gelin. The City Of North Lauderdale fired Bonamy from his position as deputy clerk after REDBROWARD revealed his role in the website. Bonamy was quickly hired as an aide to Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness.

On August 31st, REDBROWARD revealed how Tamarac Post reporter Maria Colson was not a Tamarac resident.

According to her social media accounts, Maria Colson is a twentysomething woman living in Sidcup, England. According to her LinkedIn page, Colson works for TJ MAXX and a public policy firm. Both jobs are located in England, NOT Tamarac.

Colson’s Tamarac Post bio gives a vanity website, mariacolson.com, which appears to be a dead link. Links to her Facebook and Twitter accounts are also provided.

According to her Twitter account, Maria Colson is deeply interested in British animal rights causes and climate change initiatives. She makes no mention of Tamarac, or Broward, or Florida or even the U.S.A.

REDBROWARD attempted to contact Maria Colson via her Facebook page. She never responded to questions about her reporting.

Now, thanks to a tip from an tech-savvy reader, the ties between Bolton and the Tamarac Post appear stronger.

The Tamarac Post provides a page for all stories written by Maria Colson. This is the same page with her vanity website and social media links. The address of this page is:

https://tamaracpost.com/author/mbolton

The address for Tamarac Post author Dawne Richards is “drichards.” The address for Tamarac Post stories authored by staff is listed as “contributor.”

Why are stories allegedly written by a young Englishwoman posted under “MBOLTON?”

Fake News Website Link Reveals Stories Attacking Tamarac Politicians Were Authored By “MBOLTON”

The Tamarac Post link to stories written by “Maria Colson”

A link provided by the fake news website Tamarac Post reveals “MBOLTON” authored recent stories attacking City of Tamarac politicians. Since late August, five Tamarac Post stories were written by “Maria Colson.” An August 26, 2021 story was a puff piece praising Tamarac Commissioner Marlon Bolton for a meaningless political appointment.

The next four stories featured baseless attacks on Bolton’s fellow commissioners. The most recent story contains numerous false claims against Mayor Michelle Gomez, Vice Mayor Elvin Villalobos and even former Mayor Beth Talabisco.

In March 2021, REDBROWARD exposed Marlon Bolton’s deep ties to “The Tamarac Post,” which is owned and operated by close Bolton ally Anthony Bonamy.

The Tamarac Post has repeatedly written stories praising Marlon Bolton and his Commission co-hort Elberg Mike Gelin. The City Of North Lauderdale fired Bonamy from his position as deputy clerk after REDBROWARD revealed his role in the website. Bonamy was quickly hired as an aide to Broward County Commissioner Dale Holness.

On August 31st, REDBROWARD revealed how Tamarac Post reporter Maria Colson was not a Tamarac resident.

According to her social media accounts, Maria Colson is a twentysomething woman living in Sidcup, England. According to her LinkedIn page, Colson works for TJ MAXX and a public policy firm. Both jobs are located in England, NOT Tamarac.

Colson’s Tamarac Post bio gives a vanity website, mariacolson.com, which appears to be a dead link. Links to her Facebook and Twitter accounts are also provided.

According to her Twitter account, Maria Colson is deeply interested in British animal rights causes and climate change initiatives. She makes no mention of Tamarac, or Broward, or Florida or even the U.S.A.

REDBROWARD attempted to contact Maria Colson via her Facebook page. She never responded to questions about her reporting.

Now, thanks to a tip from an tech-savvy reader, the ties between Bolton and the Tamarac Post appear stronger.

The Tamarac Post provides a page for all stories written by Maria Colson. This is the same page with her vanity website and social media links. The address of this page is:

https://tamaracpost.com/author/mbolton

The address for Tamarac Post author Dawne Richards is “drichards.” The address for Tamarac Post stories authored by staff is listed as “contributor.”

Why are stories allegedly written by a young Englishwoman posted under “MBOLTON?”

Broward County Government Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month With A Dancing Taco?!?!

Broward County & The Dancing Taco
Broward Mayor Steve Geller

When he’s not docking the paychecks of unvaccinated employees, Broward Mayor Steve Geller counts on an aide for hispanic outreach. Let’s hope the aide can undo the damage caused by an insulting National Hispanic Month post from the official County Twitter account. On Wednesday, @BrowardCounty trumpeted the start of National Hispanic month by listing a few Central American countries along with the question, “What are you doing to celebrate?”

The post included a GIF of a dancing taco with maracas.

Seriously?

It’s bad enough that a Broward County employee thinks “hispanic” countries” are confined to Central America. That’s surprising news to Broward residents with ties to South America or Cuba or Mexico or Spain.

And the dancing taco? Someone in Broward County government thinks Hispanic Heritage is exemplified by tacos?

The post was quickly deleted. But the internet is forever.

Two hours later, a less controversial tweet was sent.