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Monday, August 13, 2007

Michael Savage VS. The City of San Francisco

Tomorrow should be an interesting day. If things go as planed, S.F. city supervisor Gerardo Sandoval will bus in a bunch of criminals to KNEW 910’s studio in Oakland to protest radio talk show host Michael Savage over his statements condemning illegal immigrants.

This seems to be not only illegal, but frightening. As the noted civil rights attorney Daniel Horowitz (if the name sounds familiar, his wife was killed by a teenage kook goth in a case that received wide media coverage) points out:
"After the civil war we passed the fourteenth amendment which made the First Amendment and all of the amendments in the bill of rights, apply to the states.

When the Board of Supervisors passes a resolution against you that is government action abridging the freedom of speech.

When Sandoval in his role as a supervisor, organizes a mob to try and take away your top rated national radio show, he is using the power of the state to crush freedom of speech.

This is against the law. This same type of terrorism by government officials has been used in the past.

The civil rights of our African American brethren were regularly violated by police and government officials. In fact, it was John Kennedy who had to send federal troops to Mississippi to protect the Freedom Riders from mobs which were often organized by the politicians.

If you file a federal civil rights lawsuit is like holding the constitution in your hand and waving it in the face of those who think that they can violate your constitutional rights just because they are powerful.

The federal civil rights lawsuit that you can bring against Representative Sandoval was created by Congress on April 20, 1871 as part of the Civil Rights Act of 1871.

It is also known as the "Ku Klux Klan Act" because one of its primary purposes was to provide a civil remedy against the abuses that were being committed in the southern states, especially by the Ku Klux Klan.

You are protected by this civil rights act because you are the victim of the same type of mob terror that Klan used to inflict. This terror is being organized against you simply because people do not like what you say. Translated into legal language, you are being attacked by a type of terrorist because you have exercised your First Amendment rights.”
I don’t think I need to explain that San Fran is the nut-house of the country, and that Sandoval is just one of the many left wing inmates running the asylum. For instance, he has stated that the United States should not have a military:
ALAN COLMES, CO-HOST: This is Alan in New York. Should we not have military?

SANDOVAL: I don't think we should have a military. Absolutely.

COLMES: We shouldn't have a military? Wait a minute. Hold on. The United States should not have a military?

SANDOVAL: What good has it done for us in the last five years? That's right. What good has it done us...

HANNITY: Good grief.

SANDOVAL: ... in the last five years.

COLMES: Gerardo, wait a second.

SANDOVAL: We think about the billions that we're spending in Iraq right now, if we spend it on schools. We should not...

COLMES: The United States should not have a military?

SANDOVAL: That's correct.

COLMES: Are you kidding me?

SANDOVAL: The United States should not have a military. All in all, we would be in much, much, much better shape.
We have Bush doing his thing in Washington, but this is much worse. This is a targeted attack against a private citizen by a local government to restrict somebody’s 1st amendment rights in direct violation of state and federal law.

Many would say, such as some on Fark.com, that Sandoval’s action is no different than Savage calling for the arrest and interment of illegals. The critical difference is that Sandoval is using his power as a member of the government to incite a mob to silence the constitutionally protected freedom of speech of somebody who has a different political opinion.

Love him or hate him, any real American would condemn Grand Cyclops Sandoval’s attack on Savage, and hope that he wins a massive civil rights law suit against the City of San Francisco. The line must be drawn here!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hyppocrites of the world: watch this!

go to Google Video and search for:

"TruthLies with Servando Gonzalez"

9/08/2007 10:12 AM  

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