Dear San Francisco

By Pie Guevara

Pie Guevara appears in Posts Scripts through the gracious courtesy of Jack Lee and Tina Grazier and is an unregistered trademark of Engulf and Devour Investments LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Walton Industries which, in turn, is wholly owned by David Walton.  So there!

While I am an NRA Endowment Member I completely missed this last September when the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously declared the National Rifle Association a domestic terrorist organization. It is worthy to watch the real people of the NRA respond to this fringe group of outrageous, left-wing extremist demagogues who have turned that once beautiful city into an open sewer of used needles and human excrement; where junkies shoot up in the streets and drug dealers are allowed to fragrantly peddle their poisons openly without fear of arrest.

San Francisco, the city that has more has more drug addicts than it has students enrolled in its public high schools.

It seems as if the Chico City Council is hell bent sending our town down that same road with their free needle program and this new threat if Alex Brown gets his way. Please visit Citizens for a Safe Chico and donate. Write or email all the council members telling them you want a safe Chico. Safe for adults. Safe for teens. Safe for young children.

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One Response to Dear San Francisco

  1. Chris says:

    My disagreements with much of the NRA’s rhetoric and policy goals aside, any city government labeling the NRA a “domestic terrorist organization” is ridiculous, hysterical, and extremist propaganda. It’s also a horrific example of government targeting private citizens for political expression. Even if it is not followed by any specific government action against the group other than words, it is still a government attempting to silence the free expression of a political group. I see that the NRA dropped its lawsuit against the city for this; I’m curious as to why. I think there may have been a real case here that the NRA could have won. If a private individual called the NRA a terrorist group that would of course be their right (just as it’s the right of conservatives to apply the same label to BLM) but I do not think the board of supervisors acting as the government has the right to make that declaration absent evidence (of which there is none). So while I do not support the NRA in general, I would support their lawsuit against SF if it were still ongoing.

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