One of the biggest problems facing American’s political culture is enforcement. President Obama, with phone and pen in hand, chooses which laws to enforce and which to ignore (immigration laws, secure borders, etc). Before challenging the Open Border lobby in Washington, US Senator Jeff Sessions exposed the declining prosecutions for gun crimes in federal court. Why demand more gun control when the President refuses to enforce the laws against gun violence in the first place? Then there’s the sordid case of Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis, who refused to assign marriage licenses to same-sex couples, regardless over the Supreme Court’s decision to overstep its authority and the US Constitution’s clear letter and spirit.
In Huntington Park, CA, I have continued working with a growing activist group We the People Rising. These members have fought illegal immigration, corruption, and the anti-patriotic sentiment in our nation’s leaders and local elected officials who refuse to put Americans first. This group of engage conservatives have taught me so much about effective demonstrations and protests, as well as the means necessary to expand conservative principles in deeply liberal California. Surprisingly enough, in Huntington Park have found a lot of likeminded Democratic voters, conservatives at heart, who actually vote Republican in Presidential elections.
After three months of protests and pressure following the council’s appointment of two illegals to city commissions. We have been ramping up our approach, demanding enforcement in a city where the very council does not honor the rule of law. Enforcement is now our aim, and we are playing the game to win. Going on an enforcement tour throughout Los Angeles, we determined to reach out to all responsible federal agencies to stop illegal immigration, particularly in Huntington Park, CA. So, last week, fed up with inaction from the feds against the corrupt city council, which appointed two illegal aliens to city commissions, and has appointed friends and relatives to city commissions. They also purportedly swore in these two illegal aliens, yet a livescan requires documentation, does it not? Not only that, but the city council members continue to write on electronic devices during public comment, a violation of state law (the Brown Act) and thus federal law, since the communications take place over the Internet.
We went to the Los Angeles satellite office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I have never been to the FBI before. I suppose that’s a plus, considering that I lie in bed plotting federal crimes.