Reconquistas Dismantling California’s Auto Safety Protections

“We may be seeing America’s disturbing future in California: public safety as a basic job of government is phased out whenever it interferes with the uber-ideology of “diversity” — and Reconquista.” ~ Brenda Walker

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck

Mexifornia is in the news again because its Democratic-controlled State Senate has just passed a bill banning cops from checking the status of most illegal aliens stopped for other reasons. That’s the direct opposite of a now-upheld provision in Arizona’s SB 1070 (hence it’s called the “anti-Arizona” law) and arguably conflicts with federal law—but don’t expect the Obama regime to sue. [“Anti-Arizona” Immigration Law Passes California Senate, By Elizabeth Llorente, Fox News Latino, July 6, 2012]

However, this is just part of the Reconquista strategy to elect a new people in California. Thus public safety has been taking a real pounding in recent months—and at the hands of elected officials who are supposed to protect, not endanger, the populace.

Los Angeles’ Mexican-friendly Mayor Villaraigosa and his Police Chief Charlie Beck launched an assault on one aspect of normal law enforcement last December: They announced a new city procedure under which the vehicles belonging to unlicensed drivers would no longer be automatically seized and held for a month.

Those involved readily admitted the change was to benefit illegal aliens a.k.a. undocumented Democrats, as indicated in a Los Angeles Times headline: With illegal immigrants in mind, LAPD to change impound rules (By Joel Rubin and Paloma Esquivel, 14, 2011).

It’s really inconvenient for illegal aliens to have to get along without a car for a month. Chief of Police Beck became major spokesman for lawbreaking, dutifully touting the new policy as “humane,” arguing “This is an extreme hardship on many people”—by which he meant the lawbreaking foreigners who have stolen jobs from citizens.


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