Doug Comstock is kind of a political maverick, and it seems hard to predict where he will stand from one issue to the next. But in the current controversy over Supervisor Jew, he seems for whatever reason to have come down squarely on Jew's side, and recently had a letter published in the Guardian of all places defending him. Of course the Guardian has been hesitant to go after Jew the way they would if he was caucasian and/or the mayor wasn't legally empowered to pick the replacement for the seat, but I have little doubt that Tim Redmond would prefer to see him gone, and that he published the letter mostly as a courtesy to Comstock, a sometimes-ally.
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