CRITICIZE “government”, End Up Kidnapped & Held For Ransom

Sylvia Gonzalez ran for city council in her hometown on the outskirts of San Antonio for an old-fashioned reason: She wanted to make a difference in her community. Little did she know her efforts would land her in jail—and in the midst of a lawsuit with big implications for free speech and government accountability.

At 72 years old, Sylvia knocked on more than 500 doors during her campaign for Castle Hills City Council. In the process, she was disappointed to hear repeated complaints about local government and, in particular, the poor performance of the city manager. Sylvia promised to spearhead a petition calling for his removal if elected. After squeezing out a victory against the well-connected incumbent, Sylvia kept her word, organizing a petition calling for a vote of no confidence in a bureaucrat who had come under criticism for mistreating his employees and failing to address residents’ concerns, like fixing their streets.

A nonbinding petition signifying the citizenry’s displeasure with local government is an act of pure political speech clearly protected by the First Amendment. But when the petition was submitted at her first council meeting, Sylvia made powerful—and motivated—enemies. The interests of the incumbents on the council were well represented by the city manager, and they had no interest in a change.

They began harassing Sylvia and devised a plan to remove her from the city council. They assigned a full-time police officer to investigate her. After two weeks of little action on the part of the officer, the mayor and the police chief brought in a “special detective,” who spent another month searching for a way to discredit her. In the meantime, Castle Hills claimed Sylvia wasn’t properly sworn in and tried to replace her on the city council with the woman she’d just beaten.

When Sylvia resisted, city officials escalated their efforts, using the special detective’s investigation to charge her with tampering with a government record—based on the absurd allegation that she had tried to steal her own petition during the very council meeting at which it was introduced. The officials then went further, issuing a warrant for Sylvia’s arrest over this nonviolent misdemeanor charge, just to be sure that she spent a day in jail. When the district attorney’s office, which had been kept in the dark about the plan, learned what had happened, it dismissed the case—but not before Sylvia spent a terrible day sitting on a cold metal bench in a cell wearing handcuffs and an orange inmate shirt.


Stay Home’ to Beat Covid-19, OCCUPATION “government” Texas “mayor” from Sodom & Gomorrah on the Pacos Tells citizens – From Vacation in MEXICO

Being spread thin, goats, grandkids, dog friends, chores, sometimes I do not get around to posting something all the time.  Just finished the grave of a friend who made my world a better place for close to 20 years. A cocker spaniel who never hurt anything, but baby chicks. She thought they were yummy. But the sluts and whores of “government” do not take a break. The Ratschild’s bought and paid for by pedophile blackmail Mossad Jeffery Honey trap videos political whores do not take time off from trying to force red RUSSIIAN RATSCHILD’S COMMUNISM on Texicans in the occupied for 155 years ad counting, Republic of Texas.

You do know if you want your children/grandchildren to be free real Texicans are going to have to kick out the occuping USA, Mexico firsters, israHELL firsters, and SODOM & GOMORRAH ON THE POTOMAC firsters!

But as you can see, all the communistic drivel coming from the lying pie holes of the blackmailed degenerates which gravitate  to the public teat, is pure red RUSSIAN jackal shit which they dow not believe themselves, and have no plans to follow their own stupid harmful to freedom & humans regurgitated Ratschild’s communistic $hit.

The Ole Texican Dog!


In a stern Facebook lecture, Austin Mayor Steve Adler told fellow Texans they needed to stay home or face new lockdowns if coronavirus cases kept rising. He left out that he was speaking from a vacation home in Cabo San Lucas.

“We need to stay home if you can. This is not the time to relax. We are going to be looking really closely… We may have to close things down if we are not careful,” the Democrat mayor told Austin residents in a November 9 video.

He made no mention of the fact he was actually speaking from a Mexican seaside resort, where he and seven others who attended his daughter’s wedding had arrived the day prior.

After the Austin American-Statesman made this fact public, Adler released a statement apologizing.

“I regret this travel,” said his statement, quoted by the paper. “My fear is that this travel, even having happened during a safer period, could be used by some as justification for risky behavior. In hindsight, and even though it violated no order, it set a bad example for which I apologize.”

Adler denied he broke any actual rules, saying: “There was no recommendation for people not to travel during that period of time.” Likewise, while his daughter’s outdoor wedding technically didn’t have an attendance cap, it had 20 people attending while Austin’s ‘Stage 3’ recommendations advised gatherings of no more than ten.

Adler has been heavily involved with Austin’s Covid-19 response, starting with canceling South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in March before any local cases were confirmed. He is not the only prominent local politician to be caught skirting either the letter or the spirit of the lockdown rules, however.