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Marty Nohe Lies About Illegal Aliens

By Greg L | 1 August 2011 | Prince William County | 27 Comments

It is just amazing the lengths that Marty Nohe will go to concoct a story to explain why he acted against the best interests of the citizens of Prince William County.  It’s as if he thinks no one else happened to be around when events occurred and he’s free to just make stuff up and as long as he delivers these bald lies convincingly enough, we’re just going to accept this story and pat him on the back.  No better example of this can be found than Marty’s performance at a candidate forum this evening when Marty tried to explain why he worked to let illegal aliens off the hook.

Back when the Rule of Law Resolution was passed, one of the components of that was that county staff would determine which county services and benefits should be withheld from illegal aliens.  The figured out that not requiring proof of legal presence for business licenses was a huge hole that allowed illegal aliens to circumvent the limited verification that takes place during the hiring process.  Staff recommended that the county demand documentation from business license applicants, and the board unanimously approved that requirement.

Business owners howled privately to Marty that having to come to the McCoart center to show a driver’s license, passport, or other proof of legal presence for their business license renewal was an undue burden.   Somehow (one wonders how, and why) business license renewals seemed to lag from the pace of previous years, and Marty started raising the issue that county revenue was suffering because of the slowdown in renewals and the possibility some wouldn’t bother to renew.  Without much notice, the board dropped the requirement at Marty Nohe’s urging.

Fast forward to tonight, and Marty is now telling the audience that lines of business license holders snaked out of the McCoart building and that staff was overwhelmed with people waiting in line for a staff member to look at a driver’s license and check off a box on an application.  Huh?  This is exactly the opposite problem Marty cited back in 2008.  One year Marty is claiming one set of problems, and a few years later he’s claiming an entirely different set of problems, all to try to justify his yeoman’s work to protect the ability of illegal aliens to obtain business licenses and operate as sole proprietors in the county.

To make this story even more utterly unbelievable, he claims that as a measure to alleviate staff shortages a compromise was made to require county contractors to use E-Verify.  Not only did that requirement not get established for more than a year after the legal presence verification for business licenses was dropped, but staff doesn’t have a thing to do with the federal E-Verify program.  This doesn’t at all pass the smell test.  It’s a bald-faced lie.

At the forum Marty had insisted that no one videotape the event, perhaps to prevent voters from seeing what he says and does.  I don’t tend to appreciate rules that protect incumbents from their constituents, so I broke the rules and filmed it anyways.  The quality here is horrible and not helped one bit by the thunderstorm that was raging during this, but I figure a bad record of Marty lying to voters is better than none at all.  So here it is.  You can see for yourself what Marty tells voters when he thinks no one will be able to call him on it.

Are you tired of having supervisors blatantly lie to you? Are you fed up with elected officials who will say one thing to voters and then undermine that promise just as soon as they can? Are you sick of an elected official in Prince William County who worked with Eric Byler and Annabel Park to try to overturn the Rule of Law Resolution while he consistently reassured us that he supported it? If you are, you need to give Bob Pugh some help, quickly.

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  1. Harry said on 2 Aug 2011 at 8:04 am:
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    The county should enact an ordanance requiring legal presence be confirmed/verified before selling appliances to anyone.

  2. Anonymous said on 2 Aug 2011 at 8:40 am:
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    Wait, this wasn’t filmed? According to the details of the event:

    “MIDCO will film the event”

  3. Greg L said on 2 Aug 2011 at 8:53 am:
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    Someone from MICDO was there with a Nikon D5100 (I think) DSLR on a tripod way in the back of the place, with a wide-angle lens and no external audio equipment and no one else was permitted to film. When they review the footage from that DSLR they will discover the audio is entirely inaudible and the visuals look like something from a badly positioned security camera. There will be no footage from the event from MIDCO, although this clearly wasn’t intentional on their part. They just didn’t have any idea just how difficult this would be.

  4. NoVA Scout said on 2 Aug 2011 at 9:50 am:
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    But isn’t the last comment quite a bit different than saying that Marty insisted that no one videotape the event?

    I can understand that candidates might want to agree on one official video record of an event. You never know when unscrupulous types might radically edit a tape to advance misleadingly a particular point of view.

  5. Padre said on 2 Aug 2011 at 10:30 am:
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    It also took at least 4 other supervisors to drop the requirement for legal presence as a requirement for a business license. Marty Nohe can’t fly solo and influence change like that.

    Additionally, Marty didn’t request that no video be made.

  6. Greg L said on 2 Aug 2011 at 10:46 am:
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    Marty made it a condition for his participation.

  7. madmom said on 2 Aug 2011 at 1:33 pm:
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    I don’t understand - if Marty made it a condition for his participation, why was he
    even allowed to be there? He should have been scratched from the event and not been allowed to even be in the building. Obviously, he’s nervous about what he might say to kiss someones ass.

  8. Robert L. Duecaster said on 2 Aug 2011 at 2:25 pm:
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    You’re right, Padre. Marty couldn’t do it alone. He had to have the Dimocrats help him out. Or, more accurately, the Dimocrats needed him to help out them and their putative constituents, the invading hordes of illegal aliens. And Marty stepped right up to the plate.

  9. Gainesville District Resident said on 2 Aug 2011 at 3:05 pm:
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    There were only two Democrats on the board and it took five votes. Looks Marty and the Democratss had some help from a couple of other Republicans on the board. You can’t lay all of the blame on Marty and the Democrats. There were two more Republicans, and they aren’t being called out. Why are they not being called out by name? Hmm…

  10. Anonymous said on 2 Aug 2011 at 3:06 pm:
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    Nohe is reading the same play book as Obama.

  11. Anonymous said on 2 Aug 2011 at 4:02 pm:
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    So Bob’s key points are anti-growth and anti-tax, then why doesn’t he run for Chairman of the BOCS. Corey Stewart supported most of the major developments during his tenure on the Board and he voted to raise our taxes. But I think he calls it equalization so I guess that makes it ok.

  12. Archimedes said on 2 Aug 2011 at 4:05 pm:
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    Actually, only one other R was needed to block action from being taken.

  13. Jaspar said on 2 Aug 2011 at 4:39 pm:
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    Nohe depends on the so-called Democrap created victim class for his personal and economic livelihood (in this case the appliances he sells to homes built/repaired by contractors who depend on illegal alien labor).

    Yes, Nohe is no different than Obama who depends on building up a larger Democrap created victim class to vote for him in 2012.

    I have always believed that Nohe is really a Democrap yearning to come out of the closet.

  14. Anonymous said on 2 Aug 2011 at 8:58 pm:
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    The other vote was Wally Covington

  15. Hillel said on 2 Aug 2011 at 9:17 pm:
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    Does it bother you that you videotaped the event knowing full well you were not suppose to be taping? Do you believe you go by a different set of rules than everyone else? do you think you are more special than other people? Another circustance that does not bode well for your character.

  16. Padre said on 2 Aug 2011 at 10:19 pm:
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    The business license verification that required in person appearance was rescinded by board directive. This decision was arrived at by consensus and did not require a vote of record.

    Blame all or none.

  17. Let the Truth Shine said on 3 Aug 2011 at 7:05 am:
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    Others may have voted with him, but Nohe took the lead in protecting business licenses for illegals:


  18. Anonymous said on 3 Aug 2011 at 8:41 am:
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    Its ironic how politicians flip on issues. This whole illegal immigration issue reminds me of Bob Pugh and Corey Stewart supporting Fasial Gill, the attorney who fought to keep illegal immigrants in this country.

  19. Let the Truth Shine said on 3 Aug 2011 at 8:48 am:
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    Nohe claims that corporations have no means of proving that they are legal. Nonsense. Corporations and LLCs must have business licenses to operate in Prince William Co. They have officers and owners, who should be required to document that they are legal. Many corporations and LLCs in the county are really nothing but sole proprietors and partnerships that elect incorporation for tax purposes. Many are illegal aliens using this huge loophole that Mr. Nohe created for them.

    The county staff report did not say that we can’t verify the legality of corporations or LLCs. It only recommends not requiring further legal proof. See item II.H.:


    In addition to illegals using this loophole themselves, unethical businesses use it to cover up their hiring of illegals. Set up a contractor as a corporation or LLC, and send them to get a business license “not requiring further legal proof.” Then hire all the illegals you want through this shell corporation and claim you are operating completely within the law.

    Mr. Nohe – We’re not as stupid as you think we are, and there’s abundant documentation to expose the lies you are telling.

  20. Maureen said on 3 Aug 2011 at 7:48 pm:
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    I saw first hand how Marty worked behind the scene with principi and others to undermine the resolution. To vote one way then work against the resolution behind everyone’s back shows a lack of integrity IMO.

  21. Anonymous said on 3 Aug 2011 at 10:11 pm:
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    Marty is the chairman of the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority that tried to get the power to levy additional taxes on NOVA residents without being accountable to the citizens. Luckily the VA supreme court overturned the legislation that would have given him this power, thanks to Bob Marshall.

    Every budget cycle Marty is behind the highest tax rate proposal. Every time there’s a residential rezoning proposed to slam more houses into the county, Marty is all for it unless the public outcry becomes a political liability. If he’s a republican, it’s in the Rockefeller mold of hiking taxes and giveaways to business interests.

    Marty has got to go.

  22. . said on 4 Aug 2011 at 9:44 pm:
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    Marty is a weasel.

  23. Anonymous Corey said on 5 Aug 2011 at 12:11 pm:
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    The definition of weasel according to the Merriam–Webster Dictionary is one who engages in the filming of a debate when they were explicitly told and instructed not to record or film prior to, during and after the debate.

  24. Greg L said on 5 Aug 2011 at 12:39 pm:
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    Waaah. Yeah, I guess you’d be more comfortable with Marty not having to answer to the public for his behavior.

    I’m not going to apologize for recording a public official in a public forum while he was engaging in his re-election campaign, no matter who told me I couldn’t. I’d do it again.

  25. NoVA Scout said on 6 Aug 2011 at 5:55 am:
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    It was public, whether you were recording or not, Greg. I’d hate to think that your presence with equipment rolling is the determinant of whether a candidate is responsive to the public.

  26. Anonymous said on 6 Aug 2011 at 11:58 am:
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    Sooooo…. you lied to get into the event and then expect us to believe, without any other evidence than a your word (and we know you lie), that Nohe lied. I’m guessing you won’t get let into many more events such as this.

  27. Bruce Baxter said on 10 Aug 2011 at 8:42 pm:
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    It has been almost a decade and I still remember Marty. Always thought he was more incompetent than dishonest. Maybe he learned a thing or two in elected office. Does he still get excited when he is in a pickle?

    Bruce Baxter
    Idaho Falls (summer), Logandale, NV (winter)

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