February 7, 2017
California and President Trump are going to war with each other
President Trump had harsh words for one of his most fervent opponents during the pre-Super Bowl interview with Fox News's Bill O'Reilly that aired Sunday. Not President Vladimir Putin, mind you, whose alleged unpleasant habit of murdering journalists met with a shrug from the president. No, Trump lashed out at the nation's largest state, California.
“I just spent the week in California,” O'Reilly said. “As you know, they are now voting on whether they should become a sanctuary state. So California and the U.S.A. are on a collision course. How do you see it?”
“Well, I think it's ridiculous,” Trump replied. “Sanctuary cities, as you know I'm very much opposed to sanctuary cities. They breed crime, there's a lot of problems. We have to well defund, we give tremendous amounts of money to California . . . California in many ways is out of control, as you know. Obviously the voters agree or otherwise they wouldn't have voted for me.”
...if you predicted that a president's relationship with the Golden State would be rockier than his relationship with Russia, I'd like to ask your help with some lottery numbers.
Approaching a civil war
The Washington Post is looking for someone who predicted that a President Trump's relationship with California "...would be rockier than his relationship with Russia, I'd like to ask your help with some lottery numbers."
Here I am --- but I don't believe in playing the lottery.
On November 15, 2016, my daily feature was entitled:
And where is that civil war now breaking out? California.
Civil War II?
On March 25, 2006, 700,000 marched on Los Angeles for "immigrants rights," most wearing while shirts.
These white shirts began appearing all across America, including Waukegan in 2007, and in Arizona in 2011.
At the time I asked, what do we call a large group of well-organized group of people with a purpose who wear a uniform? An army, I answered.
Reporting in March of 2006, "Aztlan Arising: 700,000+ March in Los Angeles", La Voz de Aztlan said, "The next and final steps would follow and that is to elect our own governors of all the states within Aztlan."
Antonio Villaraigosa, the man who helped kill Proposition 187, is running for Governor of California.
In 1994, I told a meeting of FAIR, "You won't know you're being invaded until you try to stop it."
As a President Trump tries to stop the invasion, he will set off a sort of civil war.
I saw it coming twenty years ago.
Why is the Washington Post shocked by what has been a growing reality in California for thirty years?
We are approaching a civil war and the Washington Post is clueless.