There are two groups that drive Totalism. One is the True Believers, for whom no amount of conquest and control is sufficient. The other group is the Normies who, while not being entirely convinced, cooperate with the True Believers’ demands in order to get along. Unfortunately, this only encourages the former and a positive feedback loop forms… until the Normies are no longer capable of complying. Then the game is up and it’s war between the two.
Popcorn time! Let’s see some examples.
Anti-Lockdown Protesters Force Way into Oregon Capitol, Some Armed
A group of anti-lockdown, pro-Trump protesters forced their way into the Oregon Capitol Monday. One report shows some of the protesters were armed with rifles, handguns, and even a pitchfork.
Now that’s what I’m talking about! The reports of firearms do not seem credible since none were used. A felon was arrested for illegal possession of body armor, however.
A large group forced their way into the capitol as the legislature met on the opening day of the state’s third special session. The protesters expressed opposition to the state’s ordering of certain businesses to close.
And so it begins.
While legislative sessions are normally open to the public, today’s was closed to anyone other than lawmakers, police, some staff, and reporters, the Oregon Statesman-Journal reported. Legislators met to attempt to pass pandemic-relief measures including landlord and tenant assistance.
Nobody but the Covidians and their servitors were permitted to discuss State business. This was an actual crime per a tweet by State Rep. Werner Reschke. A good show for Oregonians to not suffer the “temporary emergency health measure” of being literally locked out of the halls of power! A very bad show that the police deployed MRAPS and riot police in response.
Reports on social media show the group of protesters gathered outside the Oregon Capitol on Monday morning.
Police say [that blue-dye] pepper spray was used in response to officers being sprayed [with bear spray] by the protesters.
“At one point we used pepper balls. I don’t know what else,” Salem Police Lt. Teven Upkes told the Statesman-Journal.
MRAPS were deployed per other articles.
“When people attempted to come in to the building they actually used pepper spray and other things on officers. In return we used those to separate ourselves and get them to hold that spot. So I don’t know what all was used but I know at least pepper ball was used.”
At one point, Oregon State Senator Dallas Heard (R-Roseburg) came out and addressed the protesters.
He cheered them on against the Democrats!
While protesters were swarming the doors, a Statesman Journal photographer was repeatedly shoved by a group of protesters for capturing the incident. The photographer was capturing organizers ramming into and breaking the glass doors.
Serves him right, taking pictures for probable doxxing use. That’s a standard Democrat tactic.
State police identified Jeremy Roberts, 40, as the man who allegedly tried to smash the glass doors and attacked two reporters. State troopers are still looking for Roberts.
At one point, a fire alarm was triggered but was later found to be a false alarm.
During the session, Senator Heard accused Oregon Governor Kate Brown of carrying out a “campaign against the people and children of God.” He stood for a 30-second moment of silence, one Twitter user posted.
Wow, a Portland man with enough testosterone to grow a proper beard!
“This is yet another illegitimate session in which you, the democratic majority, have declared the people unfit to participate in person in their own Capitol building,” Heard said on the floor of the Senate, according to KEZI ABC9. “Let the record reflect that I am in fierce opposition to any legislation that this illegitimate assembly may pass today. You will be held accountable for this in the coming years.”
“I declare my right to protest against your false authority and remove my mask,” the senator said while taking off his mask. “I will stand here for 30 seconds while you decide if you are fascists willing to use the government to force and override my rights or to prove that you are nothing more than bullies and false authorities.”
The Daily Beast and the Daily Mail reported some of the protesters gathered outside the capitol were armed with “black rifles” and handguns. Photos in both articles show a woman armed with a U.S. flag on a pitchfork.
Now for a black hat.
Sacramento’s Top Health Official To Resign After Sheriff Thwarts Martial Law Funding
Oops. Let’s try that headline again.
Sacramento’s Top Health Official To Resign Amid Record Breaking Coronavirus Case Surge
By Nick Miller, 2 December 2020
Sacramento’s top health official is resigning as the COVID-19 pandemic’s grip on California tightens, with new cases reaching unprecedented numbers this week.
Dr. Peter Beilenson, who has helped lead Sacramento County’s coronavirus response, says his decision to resign has “nothing to do with the stress of the job.”
“We have two overlapping family emergencies that are hitting at the same time that require me to go back to Baltimore,” Beilenson told CapRadio. “I’ve been a public health official for 30 years. … I’ve had death threats multiple times, and you just let them go over your head.”
Beilenson had a career for decades in Baltimore then suddenly transferred to the far side of the continent? Could be either incompetence or cronyism. Jury says…
Dr. Peter Beilenson, the local doctor who founded Evergreen Health as a nonprofit health insurance company in 2012, resigned as CEO of the Baltimore insurer on Aug. 1.
The company’s remaining 65 employees are staying on in their roles to assist with day-to-day operations as Evergreen moves through a receivership and rehabilitation process, according to the Maryland Insurance Administration.
Beilenson founded the company after the Affordable Care Act was signed by former President Barack Obama in 2010. Evergreen received a $65 million federal loan to get started under Beilenson. The nonprofit was one of 24 insurance co-ops to open under Obamacare, but over time, many of them began to close. As of late June, only four health care co-ops were expected to be operating on the Obamacare insurance marketplace in 2018.
He was cozy with the Obama administration, started an insurance company with a taxpayer-backed loan, lasted five years (until Trump took office), went bankrupt and landed as chief health officer for Sacramento, California.
Jury says… BOTH incompetence and cronyism!
Beilenson’s departure, which was first reported by The Sacramento Bee, comes amid a record-breaking surge in COVID-19 cases in Sacramento County. More than 1,000 new cases were reported on Tuesday, which was twice the number recorded the day before, and the positivity rate for individuals tested is approaching 10%, one of the highest rates in California.
A number of public health leaders have retired or resigned since the pandemic’s onset, due to a variety of factors, including stress and also possible disagreement with elected officials over policy.
But not incompetence? This case sounded like incompetence.
Beilenson’s announcement also comes after he faced criticism for referring to Asian people as “yellow folks” during a board of supervisors meeting last month, a term considered by many to be a racist slur.
Another race non-crime but the “Yellows” know how to work white race guilt.
He was also criticized for not urging county leadership to direct more federal coronavirus stimulus funding toward public health after it was revealed more than $100 million went to the sheriff’s department.
Last week, Beilenson had spoken out against Sheriff Scott Jones for accepting the federal aid but refusing to enforce state and local coronavirus restrictions. “It’s really outrageous that they’re not taking part in doing that and getting funded at the same time,” he told CapRadio.
Beilenson attempted a little coup in Sacramento! He was all set to become a health dictator but then the Sheriff decided to #FundThePolice instead. Somebody was butthurt about being a Designated Enemy. Somebody else was too incompetent to do his own dirty work.
Suddenly, I’m curious who made those death threats against him. I bet the deputies “never found out”.
Jones, who tested positive for COVID-19 Tuesday, defended his office’s approach.
“My position on enforcing Covid restrictions … has remained one of education rather than enforcement,” Jones wrote in an emailed statement last week.
And thanks for the million Franklins! No budget cuts this year.
All this is during a moment of turmoil at the county, where its top executive, CEO Nav Gill, is being accused of sexism and bullying by former employees, including several other public health leaders. Gill is on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into his alleged misconduct.
No. That boldfaced is an obvious lie. Nobody reached the top of a Leftoid county government (with a corporation org chart?) while being an openly sexist pig.
SACRAMENTO, Calif — In a letter to the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, local officials and other organizations are demanding the termination of CEO Nav Gill for allegedly prioritizing “internal politics over community.” …
Russian, maybe? There’s a big Russian community in West Sacramento.
The authors of the letter accuse Gill of showing a pattern of abuse targeted at women, especially women of color. The county saw many women leaders resign due to this behavior, the letter claims.
That’s just a dog whistle. What’s this really about?
The letter accuses Gill of deferring budget matters to Sheriff Scott Jones even though the board of supervisors is his boss. The authors also point to about 85% of the Coronavirus Relief Fund was given to law enforcement, while public health was denied funding.
There’s been some hanky-panky going on in the State Capitol! Gill and Jones used Chinaball money to refund the police WITHOUT the police enforcing Beilenson’s lockdowns.
Gill is also attacked to show disinterest in how climate change impacts Sacramento County residents, specifically disadvantaged communities.
According to the letter, Sacramento County does not have a community climate action plan despite adopting an operations plan in 2012. The authors argue this is problematic, especially after the county experienced record-setting heat waves in August.
Critics said Gill did not provide safety accommodations or basic humane health such as housing, bathrooms, handwashing facilities, and shows for homeless people before the pandemic.
How did the Sacramento County executive officer manage to be a Good Guy? Alas that we only found out now that he’s been No-Confidenced for not spending money on attracting homeless into his county.
Gill released a statement to ABC10 regarding the allegations.
“I categorically deny any allegations of wrongdoing and cannot comment further as it is a personnel matter,” Gill said.
He refused to apologize then stopped talking to the media! Maybe he reads the Manosphere?
This fall, Gill also oversaw a large, indoor county staff meeting, where an estimated 50 people attended and a majority did not wear masks. Beilenson was criticized for not urging stronger caution against such a gathering.
This is not like Governor Newscum’s dinner with lobbyists at the French Laundry. This is the action of leaders who know that the lockdowns are bunk and spent the earmarked money on more prudent choices like riot cops.
The Narrative is failing even at the heights of the Ivory Tower! Let’s read more about those county supervisors and exactly what it was they were trying to do.
Concerned Citizens Shout Down COVID Penalties at Sacramento County Supervisors Meeting
By Samuel Coleman, 16 December 2020
When you consider adjectives to describe what a county board of supervisors meeting is, exciting probably isn’t the first that comes to mind.
The Dec. 8, Sacramento County Board of Supervisors meeting, however, proved an exception to the rule when protestors began banging on the doors and demanding entrance into the building.
Cries of “This is a public meeting, you have to let us in,” can be heard on camera, spoken by an unidentified woman before board members begin to perk up.
Shortly thereafter, security personnel are called to quiet the crowd of nearly 30 who gathered outside the doors while a brief recess is called.
As the Sacramento Bee reported, the board members were debating an emergency ordinance that would have allowed Code Enforcement and law enforcement personnel to fine businesses $10,000 for disregarding COVID-19 lockdown regulations, while also fining individuals who flout the mandates $25 to $500 per offense.
So much is wrong here. One, they’re calling this an emergency ordinance in order to bypass the need for public approval. Two, they’re apparently empowering code enforcement to act as law enforcement. And three, the public cooperated with their own enslavement so perfectly that it took ten months before the County government felt the need to bother with actual punishments.
The Normies humored the Covidians until the Covidians demanded the sacrifice of all holidays and family gatherings in perpetuity. The Normies balked over Thanksgiving so the Covidians began baring their teeth for Christmas.
Behold the rewards of appeasement.
A woman identified as Gabrielle from Stand Up Sacramento County said the group is made up of small business owners, independent contractors and average people whose lives have been affected by government-mandated shutdowns.
She said they showed up en masse because businesses have already suffered through two shutdowns, with another looming, and members of her group are feeling righteous anger at this attempt by health authorities to take a punitive stance against individuals and small business owners just trying to make a livelihood.
After an hour-long recess, the board returned to the room and began to discuss allowing an emergency ordinance that would have allowed enforcement of the aforementioned public health order.
The mood had clearly shifted in the room.
“We’ve decided to pull the bill, pull the ordinance, today and bring it back in the future — maybe next week, maybe not,” said Dr. Peter Beilenson, health director for the county’s Department of Health Services.
“It will be based on trying to reduce the number of gatherings rather than businesses,” he said.
You piece of SHIT, Beilenson! You pulled the bill weaponizing your lockdown WHILE THREATENING TO REINTRODUCE IT NEXT WEEK.
“Next week” being his last chance before his resignation took effect on the 22nd.
Ultimately, several board members were made sufficiently uncomfortable by the idea of fining people for failing to comply with COVID-19 lockdown dictates. It’s clear something changed during the hour when the supervisors had left the room.
To help fill into the gaps, Gabrielle filmed a Facebook live video, where she reported, “(They) got over 2,500 emails of public comments from Sacramento County.”
It’s clear most of those writing were opposed to the idea, since it’s fairly rare for ordinances brought up for public discussion to be so quickly removed for seemingly no reason.
Ultimately, the will of Sacramento residents was heard. Very few are asking for more punitive measures to be taken against businesses that are already financially strained and trying their best to work within the framework of those COVID-19 guidelines while also staying afloat financially.
Groups like Stand-Up Sacramento County, made up primarily of businesses owners and concerned citizens, are doing what they can to stop tyrannical government overreach from finding its way into local decision making.
You didn’t get this heartwarming holiday story from CNN.
Placer County Health Officer Resigns After Board Terminates COVID-19 Emergency Declaration
By Sammy Caiola, 10 September 2020
THEY PULLED THE PLUG ENTIRELY! Placer County is part of Northern California where fairy fags are in short supply.
Dr. Aimee Sisson, Public Health Officer and Public Health Director for Placer County, said Wednesday that she will leave her post later this month.
Eww, an androgyne.
The announcement comes shortly after the Placer County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to terminate the local health emergency they passed regarding COVID-19 on March 3.
“The circumstances that led to proclaiming the original emergency no longer exist,” the county wrote in a comment on their YouTube channel.
Other California counties, including Kern and Riverside, rescinded their emergency declarations earlier in the pandemic.
Those are major counties, unlike Placer. Odd that I hadn’t heard about this. For all the furious coverage of COVID that the real journalists do, people are left more confused than informed.
Some would call that a feature.
“We cannot continue to keep our community shut down for some unknown amount of time as determined by the ever-changing metrics according to the Governor,” Placer county wrote in a press release. “Health emergency declarations are obligated to be terminated at the earliest possible date that the conditions warrant and, based on the number of COVID-19 cases in our county, there is no longer a health emergency with regards to COVID-19 in Placer County.”
The peasants are restless!
In the resolution, county supervisors wrote that most deaths are “not by COVID but with COVID,” arguing that California is exaggerating the death toll of the virus by including people with underlying health complications. Health experts refuted a similar claim made by President Donald Trump earlier this month, stating that even when someone has a preexisting condition, COVID-19 is still the cause of death.
Health experts versus reality! Today, happily, reality won.
Placer County moved down into the substantial tier on Tuesday when the California Department of Public Health allowed the county to relax restrictions under the state’s COVID-19 reopening plan. Placer and several other counties now have more flexibility regarding what businesses can operate indoors. The county said in the press release that residents should still continue to practice safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
It is scary beyond belief, when a county government needs State approval to have an economy again. It is not good to be ruled from Moscow.
Sisson said the board’s choice to terminate the emergency spurred her to resign.
“Today’s action by the Placer County Board of Supervisors made it clear that I can no longer effectively serve in my role as Placer County Health Officer and Public Health Director,” Sisson wrote in her letter of resignation.
Several county health officers have left their positions in recent months, and experts suspect the pressure of navigating the COVID-19 crisis played into those decisions. In some areas, county health officers are facing pressure from the public to reopen the economy more quickly.
In other areas, they simply aren’t allowed to play God anymore and can’t cope with being reduced to the Old Normal.
Freeman says because health leaders have medical training and not political training, they’re often put in conflict with elected officials who want to make financially rather than scientifically driven decisions.
“You’re not trusted, or there are components of your community working against you,” she said. “It’s extremely demoralizing. They’re left powerless.”
And that, folks, is why !science! says that little people shouldn’t be allowed an opinion about their future. Only True Believers can be trusted to make the right decisions for you! Only then will you know the sweet absence of responsibility! the infantile joy of guaranteed mediocrity!
It wasn’t the elections that clued Normie in to the fate awaiting him, although it surely helped. It was when the Covidians looked Normie in the eye and told him that his extended family’s existence was a crime against the State.
Well… better to wake up late than never.
Next up is a non-Covidian example in Oakland, the heart of the California Gay Area and the last major enclave of California blacks to survive the mass immigration of Latinos. They’ve been busy tearing down statues of slave-owning racists such as Christopher Columbus and replacing them with Black Women of Merit such as… as…
Oakland police investigate smashed statue of Breonna Taylor
By Reuters, 29 December 2020
…Such as Breonna Taylor, the inventor of getting shot to death when plainclothes police served a drug warrant suspecting that her drug-dealing, murder-suspect boyfriend had moved back in with her. Her boyfriend du jour opted for a shootout once cops battered the front door open. He lived, she didn’t and somehow it was the police’s fault.
Police are investigating what appears to be an act of vandalism after a statue of Breonna Taylor, erected to honour her memory, was smashed in Oakland, California.
The Oakland police department said late on Monday it was looking into the incident, although it had not identified any suspects or motives. The statue was found smashed on Saturday, about two weeks after it was installed.
That didn’t take long. Somebody is even more upset than me at the cultural vandalism of America’s history.
Leo Carson, the artist who created the bust, said he considered the smashing of Taylor’s statue “an act of racist aggression aimed at suppressing the fight for black freedom”.
More like “the fight for flushing all the dope before the fuzz break in”.
The ceramic bust depicts a smiling Taylor and was installed in downtown Oakland near City Hall. On its base is a plaque that reads: “Say her name: Breonna Taylor.”
That’s a smile? What an ugly piece of ass. Why did the perp not go for that nose first? Her shirt dindu muffin!
Matt Bigler, a local journalist, tweeted that a Californian law firm had offered to pay for the statue’s restoration.
Taylor, a black emergency medical technician, was shot and killed during a botched police raid of her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky, in the early hours of 13 March.
Truly an achievement worthy of memorialization. Remember this happened in Oakland, land of the Liberal and home of the Woke. I can’t say that the other planned statues of Black Wimminz of Merit will be any more popular.
Nor should they be. This is OUR country and Normie is beginning to act like it!