Among the trove of emails between the deeply progressive Assemblymen Forrest Dunbar and Chris Constant, all retrieved through a painstaking public records requests, is one in which Dunbar seeks to find a website on the Left that is equivalent to Must Read Alaska, so he can leak information to it.
In the exchange, the two Anchorage Assembly members are discussing an email they received from someone who works for the federal government, which they are tut-tutting about, because the sender used a federal email addresses to comment on the Assembly’s COVID-19 policies.
The man who had written to the Assembly used his Department of Defense address, which is a violation of federal rules, to send a public comment to all members of the Assembly asking them to end the emergency orders that had crushed the Anchorage economy.
Dunbar, in his email to Constant, claims that if it had been a “progressive” citizen using the federal email address to send a political message, that conservative Assemblywoman Jamie Allard would have forwarded the email to Must Read Alaska, or MRA as he calls it.
And then he wonders to Constant where he can send the email to on the progressive side, so as to expose or dox the federal employee.
Must Read Alaska sources say that a progressive blog that focuses on municipal business launched a month later, promoting Forrest Dunbar for mayor, criticizing Must Read Alaska, Save Anchorage, and the Dunleavy Administration, pushing LGBT causes, and advocating for a recall of Assemblywoman Jamie Allard. Those close to the project say the progressive website is linked to Constant and Dunbar, but MRAK has not been able to verify the link.
The email exchange between Dunbar and Constant:
Check back with Must Read Alaska for more emails from the public records request trove.