by Richard Enos
Derrick Broze, an activist and journalist who is running for Mayor in Houston, is going an unorthodox route in his political campaign. He is trying to appeal to an awakening citizenry by calling out both the local government and the local media in Houston as corrupt, biased, and even controlled by organized crime.
Two weeks ago, at the FT Bend Super Neighborhood Forum, held at the Fondren Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Houston, Broze spoke with other mayoral candidates about their platforms and addressed individual concerns of local residents.
Broze spoke on numerous issues relating to his campaign, including the controversial 5G rollout, police surveillance and militarization, as well as drug legalization and other measures.