Huntington Park, California, appointed two illegal immigrants to serve as commissioners on city advisory boards. California’s is flooded with illegal immigrants and has passed numerous laws to erase the lines between citizens and illegal aliens.
Governor of the state, Jerry Brown gave a very public and open invitation to all illegals to come to California in 2014. He said, “You’re all welcome in California”.
We have a generous immigration policy with more than 43 million immigrants making up the U.S. Population. Currently, 11.6 million legal Mexican immigrants reside in the United States, accounting for 28% of their population. We now have 15% of the population of Honduras, 15% of Guatemala, and the largest number of refugee admission slips DHS now issues -75%- are to people from Iraq, Burma, Somalia, and Bhutan. Another percentage –15%- goes to refugees from Iran, Sudan, Ethipia, Eritrea, and the Diminican Republic.
At what point does this become unsustainable and unaffordable? There is also the issue of people coming from terrorist nations who can’t be screened and people coming in with such divergent values and in such large numbers at such a fast pace, that they might not assimilate.
Appointing illegal aliens to the city council is the first time it has been done in a California city.
City Councilman Johnny Pineda has picked Francisco Medina to join the health and education commission and Julian Zatarain for the parks and recreation commission. The positions are volunteer positions for now.
The two men helped him during his campaign last year and he ran on providing more opportunities for illegals.
Pineda said the city is one of hope regardless of socioeconomic status, race, creed, and citizenship.
Apparently, Mr. Pineda is happy with the idea of foreigners determining the future and culture of citizens.
There was the expected uproar but for citizens, it’s too late. Each time something like this happens – non-citizens getting government jobs, being accepted to the bar, becoming teachers – it’s a precedent set and it’s a fundamental transformation to our way of life. Foreigners will determine the future and they are often foreigners who are leftist activists.
Community activist Sandra Orozco was one resident who spoke out against the appointments, stating that they send the wrong message to the community and to the country.
“We’re sending the wrong message to other cities that you can be illegal, and you can come and work for a city,” Orozco said.
Mayor Karina Macias, meanwhile, was vocal in her support of the appointments on Monday, arguing that those who live here deserve a voice, whether they are legal or not.
Pineda said he wants to make sure he brings everyone together so they all have the “same vision”. That vision includes open borders.
California provides drivers licenses to illegal aliens. There is evidence that they are being used to register to vote and are not being reviewed carefully.
Pineda who himself came from Central America at 13 years of age is President of the California Latino Leadership Institute, an activist organization. The Institute targets various electoral races and then spends a good deal of money to get their picks elected – Latinos and all Democrats – and to oppose people they don’t want. They spent over $99,000 to get Lou Correa elected. Correa’s election was a contest between Orange County’s Latino and Vietnamese communities. Both are protected classes. Every group is pretty much a protected class now except citizens.
If you go to the California Latino Leadership Institute Facebook page, you will find that they almost exclusively care about getting Latinos elected and promoting open borders for Latinos. They despise Donald Trump as you might imagine. They rejoiced over the fact that Latinos now outnumber whites in California which sounds a bit racist to some of us.
They formed in 2014 and receive a lot of lucrative grants from the Ford Foundation and Silicon Valley according to one report.
Correa lost to a Vietnamese candidate Andrew Do and might sue based on the redistricting that changed the number of Latinos in the district.
Pineda says people are against illegal immigration because they don’t understand the hardship of people in other countries.
They really dislike Donald Trump.