Jan 262022

Please note that George Soros is believed to be funding an opponent to Orange County DA Todd Spitzer. There is ample evidence of this. In addition, it is alleged that Soros is helping the opponent to Mike Hestrin in Riverside County as well.




Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Contact: Tim Lineberger (714) 676-4317 or tim@venturestrategic.com


DA Spitzer Holds #NoLAinOC Themed Reelect Press Conference on OC/LA County Line, Woke Opponent Pete Hardin Sends Mob to Accost Victims’ Family Members in Attendance

(Orange County, CA) – Today, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer held a #NoLAinOC themed reelect press conference on the physical property line separating Los Angeles and Orange Counties.

The #NoLAinOC theme is not an insult to Los Angeles, but a warning against failed pro-criminal policies and woke District Attorneys who are accelerating the demise of communities around the country. Spitzer is running against a clone of Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon and is fighting to keep the same disastrous policies that have destroyed Los Angeles from spreading to Orange County and elsewhere.

Spitzer was joined at the press conference by victims and victims’ family members from both Orange County and Los Angeles. The following individuals shared their stories and warned Orange County against electing a pro-criminal District Attorney, like Hardin or Gascon:

  • Patricia Wenskunas, Founder and CEO of Crime Survivors
  • Perla Mendoza, mother of murder victim Daniel Elijah Figueroa
  • Emma Rivas, mother of murder victim Christopher Beasley
  • Imelda Hernandez, mother of murder victim Christian Silva
  • Aurora Carlos, mother of murder victim Jose Benjamin Salvidres

Watch the full press conference here: https://fb.watch/aNvmfdkIp_/

During the press conference, Spitzer’s woke opponent, Pete Hardin, reached a new low by sending a mob to harass, accost, intimidate, and shout down the women, victims, and victims’ family members in attendance.  Witnesses even observed Hardin’s field organizer orchestrating the mob on site. 

Throughout the press conference, Hardin’s mob stood inches behind the attendees, shouted profanities and slurs in their ears, held large signs with pointed edges directly above their heads and near their eyes, and interrupted victim’s family members who were speaking.

“If the meaning of #NoLAinOC wasn’t already clear enough, Hardin’s mob tactics only help further illustrate exactly what we are trying to keep out of our community,” said Spitzer. “If you want to come at me that way, fine; I can take it and will never cave to the woke mob.  But to sic a mob on women and mothers of victims is a new low for Pete, and that’s saying a lot given Hardin’s history of sexual misconduct predatory behavior.”

This is not the first time Hardin supporters and mobs have harassed and attacked attendees of Spitzer events. In May 2021, a couple was accosted and attacked while leaving a Spitzer fundraiser.  The couple was specifically targeted by the mob, including with the use of anti-gay slurs, because of their sexual orientation.

Jan 262022

Including 6 active, serving Sheriffs (7 Counting Jones himself, LOL). It looks like #CA03 is going to be a barn-burner. I also take note of Sheriff Jones’ Bio… it draws quite a contrast with Mr. Kiley.

Please note that your intrepid blogger has not endorsed a candidate in this race.

January 26, 2022
Press Contact: Duane Dichiara
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Sheriff Jones Announces Endorsements of Sheriffs Across All Counties in California’s 3rd Congressional District
Sheriff Jones secures key law enforcement endorsements from current or former Sheriffs from all counties in CA-03

(Sacramento, CA) – Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones today announced that he has earned the endorsement of Sheriffs and former Sheriffs from all counties in CA-03.

These key law enforcement endorsements include: 

  • John D’Agostini, El Dorado County Sheriff
  • Ed Bonner, Placer County Sheriff (Ret.)
  • Todd Johns, Plumas County Sheriff 
  • Rick Stephens, Alpine County Sheriff 
  • Jeff Hollowell, Inyo County Sheriff (Ret.)
  • Richard Scholl, Mono County Sheriff (Ret.)
  • Dan Paranick, Mono County Sheriff (Ret.)
  • Shannon Moon, Nevada County Sheriff 
  • Keith Royal, Nevada County Sheriff (Ret.)
  • Michael Fisher, Sierra County Sheriff
  • Wendell Anderson, Yuba County Sheriff

“Sheriff Scott Jones is a proven law enforcement leader who has my trust and confidence to be El Dorado County’s next Congressman. I’ve worked side-by-side with Scott on public safety priorities in our region, and I know he is both a man of integrity and straight-talking leader who will always put the interests of the American people first. It’s time for a pro-public safety leader in our House of Representatives.” – El Dorado County Sheriff John D’Agostini

“I am proud to endorse Sheriff Scott Jones for Congress. Scott is the candidate I trust in this race to stand up for law and order as well as the values that make America unique in the world. His life has been dedicated to the service of others and the protection of our families. There is no question in my mind that Scott will make a great member of Congress for Placer County.” – Placer County Sheriff Ed Bonner (Ret.)

“Strong, determined leadership is critical when responding to emergencies like the devastating wildfire disasters we’ve experienced in Plumas County. Both during and after a disaster, when people need help to rebuild their homes, businesses and their lives, I want to know my Congressman has Plumas County’s back. I trust Sheriff Scott Jones and you can too. His experience as Sheriff makes him the best choice for our next Congressman.” – Plumas County Sheriff Todd Johns 

Sheriff Jones accomplished a strong record of leadership at the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, stewarding the Department’s recovery from the worst financial crisis of its history, becoming a regional leader in the fight against gangs, and hiring a record number of women, minorities, and veterans. As one of the foremost experts on law enforcement in California, Sheriff Jones will be an advocate for investing in public safety and a vocal opponent of the ‘Defund the Police’ movement. Jones will be an advocate for fiscal accountability, border security, and restoring criminal justice to America’s communities. A nationally-recognized law enforcement leader, Jones has testified before congress, and has presented at two white house conferences on law enforcement, immigration and safety issues. 

California’s 3rd Congressional District includes the Counties of Placer, Nevada, Mono, Sierra, Inyo, Plumas and Alpine and portions of Sacramento, El Dorado, and Yuba Counties. It is an open seat and Republicans hold a 7-point registration advantage.

To learn more about Sheriff Scott Jones and his campaign for Congress, visit: scottjonesforcongress.com.


Read Sheriff Scott Jones’ bio here:

For his entire adult life, Sheriff Scott R. Jones has sworn an oath to protect the citizens of Sacramento County and uphold the Constitution of the United States. Through his service in the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, he strives to give a voice to the voiceless, stand up for what’s right, and defend those who are unable or unwilling to protect themselves.

Starting with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office in 1989, Sheriff Jones rose through the ranks, earning the respect of his peers and the community alike. First elected Sheriff by the people of Sacramento County in 2010, Sheriff Jones was re-elected unopposed to a second term in 2014.

A testament to the deep inroads he’s made with a wide array of community groups, faith-based organizations, businesses, and individuals alike, Sheriff Jones was resoundingly re-elected to a 3rd term in June 2018, securing nearly 75,000 more votes than his closest competitor, and more votes than all three of his opponents combined.

As the 36th Sheriff of Sacramento County, Sheriff Jones boasts a stellar record of accomplishments. He led the Department out of the worst financial crisis of its history and helped rebuild it into the most diverse law enforcement agency in the region — including efforts to recruit and promote women, minorities, and veterans. Increased community engagement and continued innovation has been accomplished all within budget. In fact, Sheriff Jones has returned funds to the County year after year to be used for other community programs across the region.

Through his leadership, he’s implemented significant initiatives including creating a multi-jurisdictional Impact Division, which uses active intelligence to fight gangs and remove gang leaders. He also founded and established the Department’s first Community Relations Unit as well as the first Youth Services Unit, responsible for engaging thousands of children and young adults in activities and programs to keep them safe and off the streets.

Considered one of the foremost experts on law enforcement in California, Sheriff Jones has been invited to testify before the United States Congress and Executive Branch of the Federal Government on multiple occasions to provide boots-on-the-ground insight into the many issues facing our communities. In addition, Sheriff Jones regularly meets with national and state leaders, and has spoken on law enforcement issues for national and statewide news outlets. Furthermore, he serves as the Chair of the Central California Intelligence Committee and host of the Regional Terrorism Threat Assessment Center.

Sheriff Jones holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University Sacramento, and a Juris Doctor degree from Lincoln Law School. He is a graduate of the West Point Leadership Program, as well as the FBI’s National Executive Institute.

Sheriff Jones has been married to his wife Christy for 27 years, and together they have four wonderful children.

Jan 252022
Press Release
January 25, 2022

Major Announcement in AD05 Election:
Joe Patterson Impresses With $100,000 Raised In Less Than Three Weeks For Assembly Campaign

Rocklin Calif. — Today Republican small-business owner Joe Patterson announced raising $100,000 in his campaign for State Assembly. The number raised is impressive considering Patterson announced his campaign on January 6, 2022, less than three weeks ago.

“It’s clear Joe has lept to frontrunner status in the campaign. Since his announcement, Joe is gaining new campaign endorsements and financial supporters every day,” said Patterson’s campaign consultant Dave Gilliard. “It’s clear Joe has broad Republican grassroots support and he will have the resources to run a fully-funded campaign. Those two assets make will make Joe tough to beat in this district.”

The newly drawn 5th Assembly District population is split between Placer and El Dorado Counties. For more information about Joe’s campaign, including the latest news please visit www.JoePatterson.com.

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Well, it looks like 15,000 Facebook likes and $5 will get you a cup of coffee.

Jan 252022

Blogger’s Note: I have not endorsed in this race yet.

Immediate Release
January 25, 2022
Contact: Dave Gilliard
Email: Dave@gbacampaigns.com

Kevin Kiley has raised $400,000 since announcing for Congress on January 6

ROCKLIN, CA – – Republican congressional candidate Kevin Kiley has raised $400,000 since announcing his candidacy for Congress in the new 3rd District (CA03) on January 6th. The $400,000 is from 3,054 individual donors and does not include any candidate donations, loans or transfers from other committees.
“Kevin Kiley has turned his massive social media following into a powerful fundraising machine,” said Kiley campaign consultant Dave Gilliard. “With over 200,000 social media followers, Kiley is just scratching the surface of support.”
Kevin Kiley is a Republican State Assemblyman who represents just about two-thirds of the voters in the new 3rd Congressional District in California. He is the leading California critic of Governor Gavin Newsom’s abuse of power and mandates that closed schools and shut down large sectors of the state’s economy.
Kevin Kiley is a former prosecutor and Deputy Attorney General. First elected to the California Assembly in 2016, Kevin is the author of groundbreaking new laws on freedom of speech, artificial intelligence, privacy, criminal justice reform, and protections for sexual assault victims, along with introducing the most significant school choice legislation in recent years. He was named national Legislator of the Year by the Association of Independent Workers for his work defending economic freedom. Kiley earned his Bachelor’s degree from Harvard, a Master’s degree from Loyola Marymount and a Law degree from Yale.
Over fifty percent of the new 3rd Congressional District’s voters live in Kiley’s home county of Placer.

For more information, visit www.ElectKevinKiley.com.

Jan 242022
Dear Friends,

Earlier this month, I announced my campaign for the 5th Assembly District.  You can read the full release here. Since then I have been humbled by the amount of support I have received including the endorsements of Senator Jim Nielsen, Assemblymember James Gallagher and many other local leaders and small-business owners.

All of this support makes me feel confident about winning this election, but I know that I won’t be able to do it without your support. On Thursday, February 17th from 5-6:30 PM we will be having our campaign kickoff event at the Pink Martini in Rocklin. You can download the flyer and RSVP by clicking the image below.

I hope you will be able to attend! However, if you can’t and you would still like to support you can mail in a contribution to the address on the form or you can donate HERE.

You can also share this event on Facebook and have your friends sign up for campaign updates at www.JoePatterson.com.

Thank you for your support! I look forward to a successful campaign and representing you and our communities in the Assembly!



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