This woman is an elected official. This statement should scare the shit out of everyone.
For some reason people keep voting for her. This woman is a treasonous pile of shit and her heart attack can’t come soon enough. Sorry not sorry, she is the worst.
FIVE DOLLARS? THE PRODUCTION VALUE ON THIS BLOG IS INFINITElLY SMALLER THAT FIVE DOLLARS
Reblogged for citation. Not that I don’t think she would say that, but that’s pretty ridiculous even for her.
She doesn’t say exactly that all lined up in that fashion but that is what she means and those are the words she used.
Her district is San Francisco. Enough said.
I arrived in San Francisco yesterday to visit with Triple Aught Design and to assist with a shooting challenge event that they are putting on at their Dogpatch Base SF location.
The environment here is intoxicating. Brett (TAD CEO) picked me up at the airport and we drove straight to the…
TAD has a passionate group of people. Brandon has helped me out a bunch of times I’ve picked up gear, even back in the day when they were carrying camelbak products. Hope the MOAT group had fun and doesn’t get picked up by the SF stassi patrol.
You are suspicious, and we are in a post-9/11 world.
An armed guard at the Department of Energy offices in DC to Buzzfeed’s Benny Johnson while he attempted to take photos of the building for an article about ugly government architecture.
Johnson had called the DOE (and the other agencies he visited) in advance to confirm that it was perfectly legal to take the photos; the security team apparently thought otherwise despite his presentation of press credentials. At several offices, he was required to leave the property, or told he could only take photos of the front of the building.
Here’s another interesting exchange from the Department of Labor offices:
“Why? It’s a public park,” I told him. “I have orders,” he said. The supervisor had walked up and told him to watch me moments earlier. The officer remained looking over my shoulder, just a few feet behind me the rest of my time at Labor.
What’s fascinating about this is that there’s never any attempt by the guards to cite actual legal justification for their actions. They had no real counter argument to Johnson’s suggestion that it was his right to take the photos. No, they just had orders—and, apparently, the conviction that the simple fact of 9/11 renders silly notions like rights invalid.
"Just following orders" said every Nazi Officer on trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity.