Oct 052023
 

You always hear the canard of “Vote your district” and “Gotta deal with D+XX district” being used as an excuse for bailing out and voting yes on some really BAD bills.

With the OCGOP gearing up to ignore their by-laws and preparing to attempt to endorse the Democrat-loving Nguyen, your intrepid blogger felt obligated to provide the political establishment in Orange County some reality…

First off, let’s start with an example of a GOOD endorsement by Janet Nguyen:

Van Tran and Janet Nguyen in different times (Credit Liberal OC, other open sources)

In 2017, Janet joined with Democrats to condemn President Trump’s immigration enforcement

See it here. My Favorite Parts are below:

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WHEREAS, The Trump administration has justified its vast expansion of those targeted for deportation by falsely portraying the United States as a country under siege by a flood of undocumented immigrants who threaten public safety, giving rise to anti-immigrant fervor and a nativist desire to preserve our nation’s historically dominant Euro-Christian culture; now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the Senate of the State of California, That the Senate calls upon President Trump and Secretary Kelly to publicly and explicitly reaffirm the principles and content of the ICE policy memorandum dated October 24, 2011, regarding enforcement actions at or focused on sensitive locations; and be it further
Resolved, That the Senate calls upon Secretary Kelly to underscore to the public and to all United States Department of Homeland Security personnel that the policy on sensitive locations is not limited to enforcement at the sensitive location, but also to enforcement focused on sensitive locations, and that in other words, waiting across the street from a church or school for people to emerge from the sensitive location violates the policy as much as entering the location itself, as does following someone away from a press conference or other sensitive location so as to detain them; and be it further
Resolved, That the Senate calls upon Secretary Kelly to take affirmative steps, including public commitment to the sensitive locations policy, staff training, investigation or reports of past and future violations of the policy, including, but not limited to, investigating the incidents detailed in this resolution, and pursuing disciplinary action against personnel found to have violated the policy; and be it further
Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate transmit copies of this resolution to the President and Vice President of the United States, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, the Majority Leader of the United States Senate, the Minority Leader of the United States Senate, and to each Senator and Representative from California in the Congress of the United States.
Basically, Janet Nguyen voted yes on a resolution attacking White people and the Trump administration policy of raiding illegal sanctuaries for illegal aliens. Great Job Janet Nguyen.
P.S. This crappy vote did not help Nguyen as she was swept out of office in 2018.

In 2016, Janet Nguyen voted to make it easier to commit welfare fraud by allowing welfare applications to be conducted electronically. SB497

So, in effect, Janet Nguyen allowed people to apply for welfare by using an absentee ballot. This allows people to never have to show the social worker the Bentley parked in their driveway and makes it much harder to verify information given in the application process.

When you add in extreme left-wing counties like Los Angeles that are riddled with welfare fraud, you know that Nguyen’s vote (which did not help her get re-elected) enabled that problem to get worse as you can make bank few, if any absentee welfare applications ever get cross-checked.

Fasten your seat belt, there’s more…

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  3 Responses to “ICYMI: Janet Nguyen Update: A Blue State Senator in a Purple World. Welfare Fraud, Attacking Immigration Enforcement and More!”

  1. Welfare fraud…lol
    Oh lawd, I could tell you horror stories on that one. Suffice to say, half of what you hear is true about welfare fraud. Management doesn’t like to discuss it; the workers hardly report it; the investigators are told not to pursue it. That’s just in SACTO.

    Janet….smh. AS reported here, just another example of our parties problems as we move forward looking for a speaker. Speaking of, how would THIS scenario play out if it came down to it:

    535 people in Congress need to vote for a House Speaker. 218 are needed to affirm one.
    212 Demo’s, 221 Repubs.

    ALL DEMO”s vote NO, on a Repub house speaker, regardless of WHO it is.
    1/2 half of the Repubs vote Jim Jordan; 1/2 half of the remaining Repubs vote Steve Scalise.

    As they’ve been reporting: Now What? Especially, if neither side moves.

    DEMO’s are lock step and don’t/won’t vote R.
    Conservatives are being labeled as ‘hard core’
    Moderate R’s are being labled as Liberal Repub/Rhino’s.

    Ah, the life. smh.

    As for me?? I’m looking forward to the days off come November while this garbage plays out. My office sells Electricity, soooooooooo, go figure. We’ve got a small one month cushion before we run out.

    (smile)

    Oh, and as for the Nguyen thing? Screw her. How the party even bothers to deal with her, is beyond me. I guess it’s okay, to ignore the ‘i’ve read this someplace before’ rule of you DON”T campaign FOR a DEMO, if you’re in the Repub party. (not exact, but you get the meaning)

    WHY hasn’t she been booted out? IF, she’s still supported, WHY is that?
    (looking at the obvious) aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh, the race card angle. (wink) Gotcha.
    THAT”S why, she’s allowed to remain.

    smh———and you folks wonder WHY we lose, have a problem in CA.

  2. Leo, I have long read this blog and quietly absorbed your comments. I can sincerely say, from the bottom of my heart, that I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about at least half of the time, and I think that makes me the king of comprehension.

  3. Well John, can’t help you if you’re that slow. Sorry.
    Maybe, I should resort to 1/2 comments, innuendos and hidden meanings. First time I’ve seem you comment. Glad you’ve been keeping up. Please continue. I’ll slow it down for you if it’s moving too fast, just let me know.

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