Since Donald Trump was elected President, the lunatics have taken to the streets. They shout at you, they cry, they threaten violence and denounce everyone that doesn’t agree with them. They’ve protested, though, often if you ask them what their concerns are, most cannot articulate what they’re angry about. Some that try spend most of their time repeating whatever the latest accusation that was leveled by the media (I’m talking about you, CNN). Maybe they’re shrieking about the seemingly inordinate amount of offices the left lost in Congress and crying their angry tears of loss and disgust. The left still hasn’t quite figured out that their constant scolding and political correctness among other things is exactly what motivated people to elect Trump. They’ve mostly doubled down on their intolerant rhetoric demonstrating that at every opportunity. Lately, the travel restrictions have gotten considerable attention.
California, in fact, is defiant to the point of trying to pass laws that fly in the face of Federal Mandate. California State Senator Kevin De Leon (D) introduced a bill (SB 54) to create not just a sanctuary city (something Hillary claimed she had never heard of), but California, with possibly more illegal immigration problems than any other state in the union, is also doubling down and wants to create a sanctuary state. Mr. De Leon rationalized this insanity by stating at a legislative meeting that ½ his family could potentially be deported. He said in the Senate meeting: “I can tell you half of my family would be eligible for deportation under the Executive Order because if they’ve got a false Social Security card, if they got a false identification, if they got a false driver’s license prior to us passing AB 60 [sic], if they got a false Green Card. Anyone who has family members, you know, who are undocumented knows that almost entirely everybody has secured some sort of false identification. That’s what they needed to survive.”
For those of you unfamiliar with Mr. De Leon, he’s the anti-gun politician in California that laughably tried to describe what a “ghost gun” is in 2014. Here is a good article describing that fiasco: Kevin De Leon: Ghost Gun
His latest fiasco, if passed would protect any illegal immigrant in California, no matter the offense, and they would not be deported after they did the time for their crime. As a reminder, in 2015, an illegal puke shot and killed Kate Stienle. She died in her father’s arms. A true tragedy. The puke who killed her had actually been deported 5 times and was able to get back in the country for a sixth time to commit this atrocity. He was a seven-time convicted felon, and got through. The firearm used in the crime, by the way, belonged to a BLM ranger who reported it stolen from his car in San Francisco that June. Just prior to the shooting, the illegal had been released from San Francisco jail, despite a request from federal immigration authorities to hang on to him for possible deportation. The real danger in this, is not only the cases where felons are routinely let go back into the streets of California where they don’t belong in the first place, but upon ignoring a federal request for detention, they are potentially allowing a criminal intent on killing Americans back on the street. California assumes that these individuals will stay in the state. However, there is nothing stopping them from crossing the border into other states endangering others further away from the madness of California. Further, if Kevin De Leon thinks it’s perfectly okay to ignore federal law and it’s also okay for people to commit potential identity theft, tax return theft (with a stolen ID), and a myriad of other crimes, why is this guy in office at all? Since when do we decide laws should be enforced simply because your perception is “everyone’s doing it”. In addition, this lunatic just told everyone in the State Senate that “half his family” is breaking the law by not only being in the country illegally, but they’ve also committed various forms of fraud and potential identity theft! Why isn’t he and his family being investigated? This level of arrogance is staggering.
So, with this, Mr. De Leon is perfectly okay with ignoring Federal law when it comes to immigration, but, when it comes to gun laws, he wants even more than what the Federal Government allows for. So, in California, according to Mr. De Leon’s interpretation, you can pick and choose what laws you want to abide by. That’s good, because I don’t like speed limits. I also don’t like a number of stupid California gun laws.
For those of you in California, I urge you to contact your representatives and oppose SB 54. For those of you outside of California, keep watch. These nuts are trying to infiltrate governments at every level. You, the people, spoke loud and clear this last election cycle. It’s now time to start targeting lunatics like this guy and weeding them out. Legislation is supposed to be for the people – the people of the United States, not the people who just happened to sneak in.
California, mind you, has some of the strictest gun laws in the country. How the puke (no, I won’t publish its name) got the gun he used was clearly illegal. So here we have someone who shouldn’t have been in the country in the first place, with a gun that he was not legally able to possess killing someone in the Golden State. So, the reaction by the state is to resist or outright block deportation efforts, and create even stricter gun laws that will have no effect on anyone but law abiding citizens. Of course, when you ask most of the people in the Shannon Watts crowd why they want to ban guns, they’ll often tell you that they want to save lives. So, they run on and on about the instrument, then ignore the fact that California is essentially harboring lawlessness. They want to save lives? Then wouldn’t our interests align if I want illegals deported and terrorists kept out of the country?