Secret Service Parks Moving Vans to Benefit Aguilar!
This morning, about 75 patriots from the Inland Empire -- it was a coalition of conservatives, not just a tea party event -- showed up across the street from Colton High School to campaign for Paul Chabot and express our opinions to Vice President Joe Biden.
We were being respectful and peaceful. We were exercising our First Amendment rights.
And then Colton police, acting under the direction of the Secret Service, moved us off a public sidewalk. We argued, but we wanted to respect the law, so we complied. We moved to private property patriot Sara Hector Johnson rented across the street from the high school -- only to have the Secret Service move tall moving vans next to us in a shameless attempt to block our views and signs.
In other words, the Secret Service (who appeared to drive the trucks...after all, how many van drivers wear radio ear pieces?) was acting in cahoots with the Pete Aguilar campaign. This is not only how our tax dollars should be used, but the Secret Service should not be made pawns of liberals like Pete Aguilar. This was a shameless and partisan use of the Secret Service to step on our First Amendment freedoms of speech and assembly.
It was clear the moving vans were meant to block the media from getting film of 75 Americans waving flags, holding signs, and expressing opinions.
This entire episode falls under the category that "you wouldn't believe such things happen in our country" if you weren't there to experience it. This is an outrage for every American who genuinely appreciates the United States as a beacon of freedom that it should be. Pete Aguilar's campaign are using Saul Alinsky tactics at their worst.
The media was immediately notified and made aware that this episode needs to be a significant part of their stories reporting the Joe Biden campaign stop.
We will be putting pictures and video on our web site as soon as we obtain them.
We urge all Americans to vote against Pete Aguilar by voting for Paul Chabot. We urge all patriots to contact their friends in Congressional District 31 and urge them to cast votes for Paul Chabot.
Still, as patriots, we didn't let this pass. We moved down the sidewalk -- despite Colton police trying block us from walking on public sidewalks -- and waved signs that Joe Biden saw as he drove up to the high school. In addition to numerous Paul Chabot signs, Biden saw one sign that said, "But I thought this was a safe, blue district," a reference to how Pete Aguilar could lose a congressional race he should have put away months ago.
(Biden did not appear happy when he read that sign.)
And we can understand why Joe appeared to have indigestion: In addition to the sign, we are hearing from sources that Pete Aguilar's internal polling shows that Pete Aguilar is training Paul Chabot by 2 percentage points. This is incredible considering Pete has a 6-point Democrat voter advantage as well as a 4-1 money advantage. If Pete loses this race, he and his Inland Empire leftists will again become a national humiliation for losing a race they should have won without a sweat (just like in 2012).
By the way, we appreciate that Ron Nehring, the GOP candidate for lieutenant governor, will be attended the rally.
To save time, we just wrote a new topper to the newsletter we sent out last night. In case you missed that one, here it is. (And if you did see it, well, then you have a copy for each eye!)
Okay, we are less than 100 hours from Election Day, and until then, everything we do is about turnout, turnout, turnout! All of our collective actions matter, whether it's protesting the Joe "Gaffe Machine" Biden on Saturday to rallying the conservative faithful in Redlands on Monday. All of our individual actions matter, whether it's passing out literature for Paul Chabot or voting on Election Day.
The Redlands Tea Party Patriots will hold an election eve rally in downtown Redlands on Monday, Nov. 3, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. AM 590 The Answer will be reporting live from the event. "George Washington" will join us. Please bring your flags, signs, t-shirts, humor, creativity, but most of all, bring you! The entire point of this rally is to encourage fellow conservatives to vote on Election Day (and while we're at it, we could depress some liberals for the fun of it). Several of the campaigns and candidates will be joining us as well. Whatever yard signs we have left will be given away at the rally.
Do not mail in your absentee ballot at this point (that deadline passed on Thursday). Instead, drop off your ballot at your voting location.
We want to give a huge "patriot thank you" to every person who helped the Redlands Tea Party Patriots canvass this year. Overall, we may surpass 7,000 homes visited by Monday. Even more impressive is, in mid-October, we began our canvassing aimed at contacting Republicans who vote on Election Day. And to our surprise, we distributed our RTPP voters guide to 1,500 homes in 23 precincts in Redlands within three weekends! (And our volunteers aren't exactly spring chickens either!) Considering each home contains two Republicans on average, that's 3,000 voter contacts! This could be the difference in a low-turnout election.
This unexpected surge in patriotism stripped us of all our walking sheets. We are out. So if you can walk again, please meet with the Paul Chabot campaign. The info is in the next column.
In addition to that information, you can phone bank for Paul Chabot on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday. Interested? Contact Jordan Kittleson at 909-222-6769.
Now is the time for action. Don't complain if you don't vote.
We suspect if you're reading this newsletter that you're informed enough to vote. But the key is, as outnumbered as conservatives are in liberal California, we must do more to get our like-minded friends to vote. This is more true during this election than any other in recent memory. Here's why:
Vote By Mail (VBM) shows that Democrats are way down in numbers in San Bernardino County. Republicans are doing well. Independents -- which are breaking overwhelmingly nationally for Republicans -- are voting in decent numbers. But overall, we are looking at a historically low turnout, which means every voter we get to the polls adds significantly to our chances of getting Neil Derry on the Redlands City Council, Marc Steinorth in the California Assembly, and Paul Chabot in Congress.
Here is some voting day information that could help:
Please forward or give our recommendations to everyone you can.
And if you're voting on Election Day, keep in mind that Redlands City Council members Jon Harrison and Paul Foster, as well as Redlands Unified School Board member Patty Holohan, all refused to sign the petition to overturn the co-ed bathroom law
, which allows public school boys and girls to share the same bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams based on their "sexual identity" and not their biological gender. For the record, Redlands City Council candidate Neil Derry did sign the petition.
Also, we want to give you a link to a neato and helpful site from the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters. It's called the "District Look Up Tool." Go to the site, type in your address, and the map zooms to your house and shows you all the districts you will be voting in this election. In addition, by clicking the magnifying glass next to the district, you can find the number of voters broken down by party and percentage of voters within that particular voting district, e.g., in the race for the Redlands City Council, registered Republicans number 15,668, or almost 42 percent of the voters in the city. Here's the link:
Marshall Tuck and Tom Torlakson running for State Superintendent are both libs and they both support Common Core. The difference is Marshall Tuck supports the recent Los Angeles County judicial ruling holding California’s teacher tenure and dismissal law unconstitutional because it protects bad teachers at the expense of children’s education. Torlakson is a wholly owned subsidiary of the teacher unions
and puts the unions’ interests ahead of our children. The Redlands Tea Party Patriots has no recommendation for this race but you may want to consider these facts when you decide whom to vote for -- if either.
Ashley Swearengin, running for state controller, and Pete Peterson, running for secretary of state, are two Republicans who could win statewide offices. Their qualifications and solutions to California's economic and election woes are so overwhelmingly good that even the uber-liberal Los Angeles Times
has endorsed them! (We're not making that up.) Please encourage all your liberal friends to vote for them because even the liberal megaphone of Southern California has endorsed them.
Judging the judges. We are hearing people want help with their judicial picks. Here's a good site: http://www.judgevoterguide.com/
It rates judges based on liberal activism. For example, the site opposes the reelections of liberal California Associate Justices Goodwin Liu and Marinano-Florentino Cuellar because they create legislation from the bench. We oppose Kathryn Mickle Werdegar because she was one of the judicial tyrants who subverted the will of people in Prop 8 and created law making homosexual marriage legal.
A reminder about campaign signs: You cannot place campaign signs on city property (that includes the fence). Unlike liberals, we respect laws, even the ones we disagree with. The number to Redlands City Code enforcement is 909-335-4737
, ext. 2. Ask for Robert Montaghami.
It's not quite yet Election Day, but it's never too early to wish all conservatives a Merry Christmas! We booked comedian Evan Sayet for our joint Redlands Tea Party -Unite IE Christmas party on Dec. 11! Evan Sayet is a conservative comedian and serious commentator. Entrance is $15, which includes two drinks and appetizers. He spoke at the Unite IE Conservative Conference last May. Here is a clip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1T3dHkEKE-k
For more info on Evan please click http://evansayet.com/
Register on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/redlands-tea-party-patriots-unite-ie-christmas-party-tickets-13669922105
“The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” Justice Louis D. Brandeis
“We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right.” Ronald Reagan
“If there is something about government you don’t like, get together and do something about it.” Howard Jarvis
“I never worry about action, but only inaction.” Winston Churchill
“It is always too soon to give up.” Pastor Jack Hibbs
11/1-2, Campaign for Paul Chabot,
Meet at 9 a.m. on both days at one of two locations. Food and drinks provided at both locations. In Redlands, the old Train Depot on Orange Street in downtown Redlands. In Rancho Cucamonga, Ralph's Parking lot, 12201 Highland Ave. You can also walk a precinct on your own schedule or make calls. For more information, call Jordan Kittleson at 909-222-6769
11/2, Remembrance Day for Illegal Alien Victims,
Fourth Annual Nationwide Remembrance Day for Victims Killed by Illegal Aliens, 2 p.m., at the duck pond and Veterans Memorial Park, 28250 Ynez Road, Temecula, 92591. Breitbart media covering
. Sponsored by We the People Rising, http://wewthepeoplerising.wordpress.com
11/3: Conservative Rally in Downtown Redlands,
Beginning at 4 p.m., we will gather at the four corners of Redlands Boulevard and Orange Street to rally for conservative candidates and causes we support. Bring your signs, flags, humor, creativity. "George Washington" will support our cause. AM 590 The Answer will report from the rally live.
Yard signs of our candidates will be made available.
11/11: Veterans Day Celebration,
Redlands Tea Party Patriots need help for a table at Jennie Davis Park as part of Redlands' Veterans Day celebration. Parade ends at the park about 10:45. See Richard and Joann Marshall at our 11/4 rally.
11/11: Big Government, Confiscatory Taxation,
Pasadena TEAPAC conference of business leaders will discuss how we can fight high taxes and win. The Romanesque Room, 50 E. Green Street, Old Pasadena, between Fair Oaks and Raymond. Check-in 7 p.m. and program 7:30-8:30. $25 fee. RSVP to 626-792-1772
11/11-13: Common Core meetings.
Meet the experts Dr. Sandra Stotsky, Dr. James Milgram, and Ze'ev Wurman, at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, 4201 Eucalyptus Ave., Chino, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.. Free. Order tickets via Eventbrite, www.tinyurl.com/Stotsky
11/11-15: Common Core events.
Watch for details at www.redlandsteaparty.net
12/11: A Tea Party Christmas,
Comedian Evan Sayet will join our Christmas part at the Mill Creek Cattle Co., 1874 Mill Creek Blvd., Mentone. $15 per person, which includes appetizers and two drinks. This is joined event with Unite IE and the Redlands Tea Party Patriots. More details to be announced at our Oct. 30 meeting.
For more info: http://redlandsteaparty.net/RTP/evan-sayet-headlines-rtpp-uniteie-christmas-party-december-11/
Please purchase tickets on Eventbrite at http://bit.ly/1sWGaWc
A limited number of paper tickets will be available at our Oct. 30 meeting.
2/21: Second Annual Unite IE Conservative Conference,
Riverside, Fox Theater for the Performing Arts. Details about speakers expected to be announced soon.
Tune in to AM 590 The Answer for Phillip Naman on The Firing Line (1pm Saturdays) to hear Phil discuss
guns and the Second Amendment. www.ktie.com
Also Tune into AM 590 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 each Saturday, or 10 p.m. that evening, for "Unite IE," a radio show
dedicated to turning conservatives into patriot activists in the cause to save America. We are co-hosts on the
show and members of the Unite IE coalition. You can listen to previous shows at
To keep this valuable program on the air, the Redlands Tea Party Patriots agreed to share ¼ of the cost
for the second half hour and in return we will receive the corresponding share of the commercials.
This will further enhance our ability to spread our message of personal freedom, economic freedom
and a debt-free future, publicize the good work of our patriot members, and recruit more members.
Thank you to our generous patriot members for making this possible.
Be sure to check our website calendar for even more events.
- click the calendar & events tab.
The Redlands Tea Party Patriots is an all-volunteer organization of dedicated patriots. Together, we are
making a significant impact on local and regional politics.
We want your ideas, comments, criticisms and, of course, your help. You can email the entire
Redlands Tea Party cabinet at cabinet@RedlandsTeaParty.net
. If you can help the cause,
please provide your name and a contact phone number as well as what you would like to do.
You can also sign up at our monthly general meetings.
OUR SPECIAL THANKS &
APPRECIATION GO TO:
Mill Creek Cattle Company
Mill Creek generously allows us to use their facility to meet each month. We ask you to come early to
our meeting and enjoy a no-host meal to help us show our appreciation.
Adrian Asencio graciously shares his time, energy and sound equipment with us at each meeting and
most of our events. Should you have sound needs or music for a High School reunion or a party,
please contact him directly at: www.doubleAthedj.com
AM 590 The Answer for supporting our events as well as many other conservatives throughout
the Inland Empire.
Ed Hoffman, president of the Wholesale Capital Corporation, for sponsoring the Unite IE radio show.
AllStar Collision Repair and Auto Painting, 522 Railroad Street, Corona, 951-279-9161
, is now sponsoring
the second half of our the Unite IE radio show. Please use his business.
Cherry Valley Realty for sponsoring the Unite IE radio show.
Our willingness to support those with common goals and interests will make the difference
in our community and the nation as a whole.
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