SD-29 GOP candidate Ling Ling Chang, an assembly rep for AD-55, is having her record laid bare as a “bad girl” when it comes to telling the truth about her background, her education and her record as a State Senate candidate via a new website you can see here.
Apparently, this is the counter to an anti-Sukhee Kang website being run by Fullerton’s Tony Bushala that surely is running out of fresh story ideas by now. The LingLingLies site has quite a bit of substance.
From the site:
Chang got married in January of 2010, and presumably moved into her new husband’s home. But she still claimed her parents’ address in Diamond Bar as her voting residence until August of 2013 – four months after she announced she was running for the Assembly.
If she lived with her husband as her primary residence while claiming for voting purposes that she still lived in her parents’ house, that would be voter fraud. If she didn’t live with her husband, but still lived with her parents at the age of 38, what does that say?
On the City of Diamond Bar website, Chang’s biography claimed she had a degree in biology from UC Riverside. Again when running for the Assembly in 2014, she told the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin that she had a degree from UC Riverside. In fact, she has never graduated from college or earned a college degree of any type.
On her own LinkedIn profile, Chang lists “Harvard” under her “Education.” In other places in candidate profiles, she has claimed she is “attending Harvard.” That’s a lie. In fact, she has never been admitted to or attended Harvard University, she is merely taking on-line extension courses from Harvard Extension School.
Just about anyone can take a Harvard Extension School class; it’s not nearly as rigorous are hard to get into as the actual Harvard University but boy it sure sounds good on paper.
As far as her business experience goes, not a lot of truthiness to that either:
On her LinkedIn site, and elsewhere in candidate profiles, Chang claimed as a candidate for Assembly that she was a “Principal” at something called the “Strategy Insights Group”, a murky operation that appears to be nothing more than a website – probably created to cover the fact that she had no paying job when she was running for the Assembly.
This group’s website, strategyinsightsgroup.com, is a joke. Although claiming that everyone involved in it was connected to McKinsey & Company, Chang has never worked for the prestigious consulting firm – and neither Chang’s own name, nor the name of any other human being, is even mentioned on the site. The contact phone number (213-255-5750213-255-5750) rings to a Google Voice request to leave your name and someone will get back to you.
Even more important, when Chang filed her Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700) covering all of 2014, a mandatory filing required of all candidates, she listed no income whatsoever from Strategy Insights Group, nor does she list any business position with the entity, only her husband’s income as an attorney.
So either the Strategy Insights Group is/was a sham, or she perjured herself by not claiming any income from her supposed work for the company.
And a final item sure to guarantee coal in Chang’s stocking, an profanity-laced audiotape. Go to the site yourself to hear it.