Many have wondered if the local San Jose California community is really as violent as they have been portrayed. The Mexican and Latino community in/around San Jose’ came together on June 3rd to beat, punch, kick and drag Trump rally attendees through the streets. Is this really what San Jose is about?
Obviously the San Jose law enforcement community anticipated the violent activity because they scheduled undercover police officers to mingle with the mob.
Unfortunately, the undercover agents only documented the beatings and did nothing to stop them when they were happening.
Those San Jose undercover officers described the scenes in recently released written affidavits including “Trump supporters were running for their lives“. –link–
However, due to backlash from media cameras broadcasting the beatings, the Democrat San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia was criticized for instructing his officers to ignore the punishments as they were occurring. Police were captured on camera allowing a lawless mob state where the rally attendees had to fight their way through the gauntlet.
The San Jose Mayor, Sam Liccardo, and San Jose Police Chief, Eddie Garcia, have been revealed to affiliate with members of the National Council of La Raza, a violent anti-American hate group who preach severe racism, including violence, against anyone who is non Hispanic.
After the Trump rally attendees were beaten severely by the mob outside the venue, Mayor Liccardo praised Chief Garcia for his approach. According to a recent media release Chief Garcia is very appreciative of the support from his ideological partner:
The chief added that he appreciated Liccardo’s backing of the department as it weathers the criticism, which he contrasted with responses in other large cities that have recently faced police controversy. – link –
However, the criticism described by Chief Garcia in the article above is probably not defined the same way law and order enforcement is traditionally viewed.
This may be challenging for many Americans to understand, but the criticism Chief Eddie Garcia is receiving from within the San Jose community, as he describes it to the local media, is that he did “too much to protect the supporters“.
“There are things we could have done better, and if Mr. Trump comes back, we will do things better,” Garcia said, noting that he has heard criticism contending police either did not do enough or did too much to protect Trump supporters. –link–
If you take the Chief at his word, at least according to the statement Chief Garcia gave to the local media, Republican candidate Donald Trump is being invited back to the San Jose area so that local law enforcement can do a better job allowing the community mob to finish off the remaining Trump supporters.
I don’t know if allowing Chief Garcia to feed Trump supporters to the raging mob is such a good idea. Perhaps people would prefer not to be fed to the lions, but who knows. We hate to be argumentative, but wouldn’t most people respectfully disagree with the San Jose proposition they deserve to be beaten?
Perhaps not; though absent of a sadomasochistic tendency, it’s a little challenging to find the upside when your blood is on the outside.
It is indeed a strange new political climate we are witnessing.
Conduct yourselves accordingly.