Are they getting ready to aggressively ‘flatten the curve’ in Los Angeles?
“Y ‘all better get ready”
Are they getting ready to aggressively ‘flatten the curve’ in Los Angeles?
“Y ‘all better get ready”
Residents sick of Oregon’s Democrat politicians want to redraw state boundaries
Oregon residents who are fed up with the state’s Democrat politicians threatening their Constitutional rights are proposing a secession movement that would have over a dozen counties join the neighboring state of Idaho.
Six counties in northern California would join the conservative Oregon counties in redistricting to Idaho, according to a website promoting the measure.
The group, “Move Oregon’s Border for a Greater Idaho,” is gaining traction with multiple counties, allowing voters to weigh in on the proposal and possibly even getting the measure on the ballot in November.
“We’re picking up momentum. It takes a lot of oomph to get something like this started. I call it a peaceful revolution,” one of the group’s leaders Mike McCarter said.
“Rural counties have become increasingly outraged by laws coming out of the Oregon Legislature that threaten our livelihoods, our industries, our wallet, our gun rights, and our values,” McCarter continued. “We tried voting those legislators out, but rural Oregon is outnumbered and our voices are now ignored. This is our last resort.”
The Republican leader in the state Senate, Sen. Herman Baertschiger, supports the idea and told CNN he’d even help write the secession legislation.
“Democrats should be paying attention to how unhappy these Oregonians are with the current regime to seek secession from Oregon. I would welcome the idea to serve on the Greater Idaho legislature!” he said.
Rep. Gary Leif, a Republican in the Oregon House of Representatives, has a poster of the “Greater Idaho” map hanging in his office.
“The Greater Idaho would then be the only West Coast state that is a conservative red coastal state. We would then truly be representing conservative values with rural constituents,” Leif explained.
A website for Greater Idaho cites economic restrictions, attacks on religious liberty and infringements on citizens’ Second Amendment rights as reasons for the movement.
A similar movement is taking place in Virginia as Democrat politicians in the state continue passing anti-Second Amendment legislation prompting calls for counties secede and join the more conservative West Virginia.
While San Francisco pays six-figure poop patrollers to keep up with the city’s fecal fiasco, Los Angeles may have to start handing out plastic ponchos.
According to NBC Los Angeles‘ ‘Streets of Shame’ series, a homeless man randomly pulled a woman out of her car and hit her with a hot diarrhea attack.
A night near the Hollywood Walk of Fame would change a woman’s life, as she was getting into her car and a homeless man sprinted across Hollywood Boulevard toward her.
Heidi Van Tassel was parked in Hollywood after having a pleasant evening out with friends at an authentic Thai restaurant. Suddenly a man randomly pulled her out of the car, dragged her out to the middle of the street, and dumped a bucket of feces on her head, Van Tassel said and public records confirm.
“It was all inside my car because it was so much. He just kept pouring it and splattering it all over me.”
While Heidi is now getting tested for diseases every three months and has PTSD, her attacker was arrested, charged with battery, and found mentally incompetent to stand trial. He is now back on the street.
Meanwhile to the North, San Francisco’s incoming district attorney Chesa Boudin said upon his Saturday night election victory: “We will not prosecute cases involving quality-of-life crimes. Crimes such as public camping, offering or soliciting sex, public urination, blocking a sidewalk, etc., should not and will not be prosecuted.”
“Many of these crimes are still being prosecuted, we have a long way to go to decriminalize poverty and homelessness,” he added, according to the Daily Caller.
About Boudin – per the Caller:
Boudin’s parents were members of the Weather Underground domestic terrorist group.
Boudin “was raised in Chicago by Weather Underground leaders Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn” after his parents were sent to prison on murder charges while he was a toddler, NBC News noted.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders cheered Boudin’s victory in the election. “Now is the moment to fundamentally transform our racist and broken criminal justice system by ending mass incarceration, the failed war on drugs and the criminalization of poverty,” the Vermont Sen. wrote on Twitter Saturday, congratulating Boudin on his “historic victory!”
The official petition to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom already has well over 100,000 signatures. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more.
Californians to Recall Gavin Newsom is a coalition of California voters who have joined together to qualify a recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom.
The Chairman of our committee is Dr. James Veltmeyer, one of San Diego’s leading physicians and a national leader in the battle for common-sense and affordable health care reform.
Californians to Recall Gavin Newsom is a registered political committee with the California Secretary of State. Our committee identification number is 1419867.
We can be reached by using the contact form on this page.
California adopted 15 firearms-related bills last Friday, including a controversial ‘red flag’ gun confiscation law which adds co-workers, employers and educators to the list of who can file a gun violence restraining order on those they say are a danger to themselves and others. Currently, only law enforcement and immediate family members can apply to temporarily confiscate peoples’ firearms. Most of the new laws take effect January 1, according to the LA Times.
Signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) after being vetoed twice by his Democratic predecessor Jerry Brown (who said that educators can work through family members or law enforcement if a restraining order is required), the gun confiscation bill is so broad that the ACLU said it “poses a significant threat to civil liberties” since guns can be seized from owners before they have an opportunity to contest the requests, and those making the requests may “lack the relationship or skills required to make an appropriate assessment,” NBC San Diego reports.
All that’s needed for a co-worker or educator to file a complaint is to have had “substantial and regular interactions” with gun owners, along with permission from their employers or school administrators. Those seeking the orders will be required to file a sworn statement outlining their concerns.
The author of the bill, Democratic Assemblyman Phil Ting of San Francisco, said that “With school and workplace shootings on the rise, it’s common sense to give the people we see every day the power to intervene and prevent tragedies,” citing a recent study which found that 21 mass shootings may have been prevented by a gun restraining order.
Meanwhile, a companion bill signed by Newsom and written by Democratic Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin of Thousand Oaks allows gun violence restraining orders to last one and five years, though gun owners would be allowed to petition the state to get their guns back earlier. In another Ting-authored companion bill, gun owners who agree to voluntarily surrender their firearms can notify the court via a form, vs. a hearing which Ting says wastes time and resources.
The National Rifle Association (NRA)’s Amy Hunter, meanwhile, said of another bill signed on Friday (SB 61) which prohibits Californians from buying more than one semiautomatic rifle per month, and bans the sale of such rifles to those younger than 21: “This bill places burdens on law-abiding residents,” adding “It will not make anyone safer.”
Republican state legislators criticized the one-gun-a-month bill, as well as the state’s failure to remove guns from the thousands of felons and the severely mentally ill as they are already empowered to do so.
“Instead we continue to do more and more legislation that interferes with the law-abiding citizen’s right to own and possess firearms, which is their constitutional right to do,” said Yuba City Republican Assemblyman James Gallagher (LA Times).
According to the Times, other bills signed Friday by Newsom will:
Great video, and that entire group has sold-out California to China.
California is the beachhead for the Chinese invasion of America, estimates are that 5 million Chinese troops have been brought in, are pre-positioned for the Red Dawn take-down. They, along with troops from Africa, the mid-east, central America & Mexico, will be wearing UN Blue Helmets. Millions and millions of troops in position, all chomping at the bit to slaughter the Hated Americans. They don’t care if you are registered as Dem or Rep, they just want you dead!
Dave Hodges most recent update on the California situation. It’s crumbling fast. Those who don’t grasp the significance of the following link are lost and that is of their own choice, Xi has given them fair warning.
That was the ‘warm-up act’ to set the tone for the following:
California has sold-out to China, they are invading at the Port of Long Beach, Trump has sent in 10,000 Marines ….
We are on the verge of war and Mike Adams has a very sane and solemn rallying speech for American Patriots to get our minds oriented in the right direction.
Watch the video at the bottom of the article, Trump is about to ‘Pull It!’.
California Puts Citizens at Risk by Ditching HAM Radio Emergency Communications
800,000 Californians To Lose Power After Midnight
“I’m going to predict it. People are going to die because communications are going to go down. Government thinks their reverse nine-one-one system and all their other stuff always works. But it doesn’t. That’s why government has always routinely turned to ham radio operators for help during emergencies. Help that won’t be there if they take all the antennas and towers down. That’s the bottom line”