Rioting in California Again

Same song, second verse

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☆☆Illegal Aliens are proving Donald Trump is right by stopping traffic, smashing police cars, punching innocent people, and destroying property while waving the Mexican flag.

California was once the shining state on the Pacific but law abiding citizens have been fleeing for years. Either the police cannot protect their own police cars or politicians have ordered them to stand down.

Are Americans safer in Syria than in California? Are legal California residents ready to take back their state?

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Riots didn’t start today; California has a long history of lawlessness, rioting and property destruction.

The Watts riots took place in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles from August 11 to 17, 1965. An African-American motorist was arrested for drunk driving. A minor roadside argument broke out, and then escalated into a fight. The community reacted in outrage. Six days of widespread rioting, looting, assault, arson, protests, firefights, property damage and murder followed. There were 34 deaths, 1,032 injuries and 3,438 arrests. Property damage was in the tens of millions of dollars.

Los Angeles police needed the support of nearly 4,000 members of the California Army National Guard to quell the riots that ended up being blamed principally on unemployment; they always blame something.

The Watts riots actually paved the way for Ronald Reagan who became Governor two years later. Reagan campaigned on a platform of sending “the welfare bums back to work” and strongly advocating the Republican ideal of less government regulation of the economy, including undue federal taxation. Reagan refused to seek a third term but was the last competent Governor of LA LA Land.

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We will soon see if Californians have had enough again. Will they support Trump and his platform or Cruz and his goal of stopping Trump? Will the Golden State remain North Mexico, West Syria or become part of Donald Trump’s New America? Will freedom and free speech return to California or will mob rule prevail? Will Ted Cruz blame the Watts Riots on Donald Trump? Enquiring minds want to know.

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5 Responses to “Rioting in California Again”

  1. Rifleman III Says:

    Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal.

  2. bydesign001 Says:

    A truly disgusting display by thugs who should have never been allowed in this country

    Yet everyone is asking what is Donald Trump going to do about this? Are they kidding me?

  3. zuzusays Says:

    This is a much more complicated issue than you’ve stated. California is a state that was rooted in lawlessness, it was founded by people living on the edge of what was legal, just barely. Without that boldness it wouldn’t have become the leader that it did in progressive ideals, in economic changes, in cultural movements. Good and bad, California has always been a place where people lived on the edge.

    When it’s good, it’s very, very good. Bright ideas, amazing cultural progress and great economic growth abounds in California. The most amazing people in the US live there. They are open, warm, inclusive and encouraging. They have brilliant ideas and have brought great wealth to the state through their advancement of business and industry. The state has grown rapidly since gold was discovered in 1849. Northern California is the most beautiful place on earth (I’m biased, but it’s the truth).

    When it’s bad, it’s really bad. They have Manson, the SLA, Hell’s Angels, Pelosi, both Gov. Browns (and Jr twice, what were they thinking?), Angela Davis, Black Panthers, Chavez, Feinstein, sanctuary cities, …

    The illegal immigrants that are living in CA now are the fault of the Federal Government not enforcing current laws, and shouldn’t be blamed on the people of California. Longtime citizens for the most part aren’t happy with being overrun with illegals who suck up their dwindling resources and costing them more and higher taxes each year. The lack of law enforcement comes from political correctness handed down by the DOJ and years of Federal laws that have caused law enforcement agencies and citizens to be afraid to do what is right for fear of being punished for doing what is right to protect themselves, others and their communities.

    I love California, and mourn the state it has become. As goes California, so go the rest of the states. It’s a dire warning to be heeded by everyone. Inquiring minds should be asking themselves how much freedom they’re willing to give up in order to be politically correct so as not to hurt the feelings of others or to “feel safe”.

    • genemcvay Says:

      I lived in California near SF and also attended USC. I loved every minute of it. My daughter selected Elk Cove for her wedding.

      Liberal leadership has brought California to its knees with bankrupt cities, sanctuary cities and underfunded pensions.

      About half of the land belongs to the federal government. I don’t know if serious leadership can be elected and if Californian can avoid economic collapse but i hope so.

      • zuzusays Says:

        I’m afraid that California is a hopeless cause and is too far gone to be saved. There are many more liberals than conservatives, and the people with right minds are made out to seem like they are hateful, horrid people who don’t deserve to live in the state or nation. It’s not the state I left many years ago, the liberals are an intolerant bunch and as much as I love so many things about being there, and need to return often to fill my soul with the beauty and breathe the air, I don’t know if I could live in a place that was so full of absolutely insane people. I do miss the old days when it was a more reasonable place to live.

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