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People’s Convoy 4-19-22 (heading back to the track from Sacto.)
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What a jerk! I guess cursing is part of his "rules." They sure get their panties in a wad when people stand up to them. I hope more and more folks get involved, I'd love to see the politicians have a total meltdown!
California legislators have total meltdown as thousands protest billsOn Tuesday, thousands of citizens came to the Capitol to make their voices heard. Our corrupt politicians didn’t like it. One Committee Chair had a total meltdown, cursing out the entire room for having the audacity to participate in their government. I had to see the video to believe it...blog.electkevinkiley.com
Yesterday, thousands of citizens came to the Capitol to make their voices heard. Our corrupt politicians didn’t like it.
One Committee Chair had a total meltdown, cursing out the entire room for having the audacity to participate in their government. I had to see the video to believe it. Another chair cut off public testimony after an hour and forbid the use of “adjectives.”
There’s a reason for these antics: we’re winning. The radical Vaccine Work Group bills are going down in flames.
It appears we’ve defeated SB 1464, the absurd attempt to make police enforce “public health” orders. The student and employer mandates are also dead. A fourth bill has been thwarted by a court decision, and two others haven’t even been heard.
That leaves the testing bill and AB 2098, which just passed a committee. Despite recent amendments, it’s a brazen violation of free speech, punishing doctors for statements deemed “misinformation.” Still, I’ve said we can defeat each of these bills, and I believe we’re well on our way.
There is some very bad news. One of the worst bills ever, AB 2223, passed a committee – but the fight is only beginning. In a year where we’re poised to take back our government, yesterday was a tangible demonstration.
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(COMMENT: I have testified a few times at the state capital at committee hearings. You must be pre-selected to testify. Everyone else stands in a big line and states their Organizations name and whether they are for or against the bill. That is all they are allowed to say. The committee members are all doing other things and some drop in and out. Their position is already set well before the hearing on how they are going to vote.)