A cult-like, Black Lives Matter mob led by Tasha Williamson took over the San Diego Police Chief’s Neighborhood and attacked one of his patriotic neighbors on August 27, 2020. The encounter with the Chief’s neighbor starts at about 9:00 into the video. The actual punch comes at about 12:00.
Some are screaming hysterically about someone having a knife. However, the young man at the beginning, who has a pocket knife, is with Black Lives Matter. He is a participant in this mob action, not an outsider.
The neighbor, who was attacked, is not known to be part of any defense group as they claim he is a member of Defend East County (DEC). He appears to be just a concerned, patriotic neighbor.
Many on the far left label anyone, who is pro-America, a “racial supremacist”, because their neo-communist propaganda promotes the idea that the entire system is racist and should be overthrown.
The mob also vandalized the street with obscene Graffiti against the police. Loud music was played until late at night and the neighbors were generally terrorized. According to a report by KUSI News, the police are investigating this entire event and may file charges.
Enrique Morones, arranged a cross border wedding in San Diego at Friendship Park for a convicted cartel drug smuggler with the Border Patrol in attendance. This KUSI news report is from December, 2017. Morones is founder of the Border Angels, a far-left, open-borders, nonprofit organization that operates on both sides of the border. Since the time of this narco wedding, Enrique has been ejected from the nonprofit that he founded many years ago, under less than friendly terms.
One of Morones’ underlings, Hugo Castro, was kidnapped by “organized criminals” — which appears to mean members of a cartel — a few months earlier while apparently working to smuggle fraudulent asylum seekers across Mexico to the US border. Enrique had a shelter in “Playas de Tijuana” for housing illegal immigrants and fraudulent asylum seekers at that time.
Due to this and the work that he does, assisting illegals to cross the border illegally. It is believed that Enrique’s group has had contact with illegal smuggling cartels for some time. It might be supposed that Hugo Castro was kidnapped, because some organized criminals group along the route were not paid, who thought they should have been. Castro ran the shelter in the photo.
Enrique Morones is the Founder of the Border Angels, a group that promotes and aids illegal immigration and asylum fraud. He says in this video that he is not a hyphenated Mexican-American, but identifies proudly as 100% Mexican. Morones is obviously embarrassed by his American citizenship. Apologetically, he says his US citizenship is only birth, that he had no choice in where he was born.
This video was posted by the Mexican Consulate in San Diego, on the occasion of their giving Morones the Othli Award in 2009. The award is one of the highest honors given to Mexicans living abroad. The Ohtli Award recognizes Mexican expatriots who promote the interest of Mexicans and Mexican culture in the United States and other countries.
Morones is a subversive, anti-American propagandist, who has been promoting illegal immigration and aiding illegal aliens and fraudulent refugees trafficked by cartels for over 30 years. In the next video, he denied being American on CNN Latino:
Mexico enacted a dual citizenship law to enhance Mexican influence in the United States. The United States does not actually recognize dual citizenship. The oath of nationalization still requires new citizens to renounce allegiance to any other country. The authorities just ignore dual citizenship and don’t enforce the law.
The benefits we have as American citizens, should be reserved for American citizens only, who have a overriding interest in the welfare of our country, not for those who want to promote the interests of another country to the detriment of our own welfare.
Black Lives Matter organizer, Tasha Williamson, livestreams at 8:50 PM to her followers that the “revolution has started”. According to the police timeline, the reports of looting of the Vons stores started at 9:12 PM. A little more than two hours later, at 11.11 PM Chase bank was reported to be on fire and the other two buildings were torched only minutes thereafter. This live-stream by Tasha Williamson could have been a green-light to start the ransacking of businesses and the following arson attack on La Mesa. Williamson was on site to view it when the burning of the banks started.
The three most major buildings in downtown La Mesa burned to the ground. They were Chase bank, Union bank and the Randall Lamb building, owned by an architectural firm. The Lamb building was an historic building. Williamson often says in public that destruction of private property does not bother her when their demands are not being met.
The woman that she says was just shot by a Sheriff’s deputy was Leslie Furcron. She was hit right between the eyes by a stray beanbag and was very seriously wounded, but she survived. Beanbags are fired from a regular 12-gauge shotgun. It not very accurate beyond a short distance and there was a crowd of people. I don’t believe she was shot in the head on purpose. A beanbag to the head can easily kill a person. It could have glanced off another object and hit her or some other such scenario.
She was part of a mob, which was attacking the police station at the time she was hit. The protest had been declared an illegal assembly about three hours earlier and ordered to disperse. It was a shame that she was badly hurt, a grandmother, but it was illegal for her to be there in the first place. If she had just followed the law, she would not have been injured. She was reportedly live-streaming the mob action at the time.
The Black Lives Matter mob had been spraying the police station with graffiti and throwing rocks and bottles at the policemen and the station. They were also mobbing the station, as if they had planned to overwhelm the police and takeover the station. If they had done that, certainly the station would have been ransacked and maybe burned down, like they burned three of the most major buildings that night in La Mesa.
Form the beginning, this protest was never “non-violent” as Tasha Williamson and many other BLM supporters claim. It was a threatening mob from the start, which wantonly broke the law, endangered others and disobeyed lawful orders from police officers. This lawlessness evolved that night into extreme violence.
Tasha Williamson is a Black Lives Matter Organizer in La Mesa, Ca. She has threatened to burn cities before. Most explicitly, she went before the Town Council two years ago and threatened to burn nearby National City. Here, she and her entourage look on as two banks are burned to the ground at a violent “protest” that she organized in La Mesa. Tasha is wearing a black robe and a head covering. The one in braids may be her sister, Layla. There seems to be a family resemblance.
The so-called “protest” was declared an illegal assembly several hours earlier by the police after the mob started spraying graffiti on the police station, breaking windows and throwing rocks at police and deputies. It is illegal for her and her lieutenants to even be at the scene of this arson attack. From news videos, the crowd swarmed the police station. They were vandalizing the building and threatening to occupy it the same way Antifa occupied a police station in Seattle, recently.
A 59-year-old woman caught a stray beanbag between the eyes and was seriously wounded. It is a terrible thing to happen, but the woman should not have even been there, since the event was declared an illegal assembly and ordered to disperse 3-4 hours earlier.
They keep saying in the video that is was a peaceful protest and the police escalated it. When the crowd is blatantly breaking the law and endangering people, that is not a peaceful protest. The first thing this crowd did was to cross a police line, swarm onto I-5 and stop traffic in both directions endangering themselves and drivers. They violated the rights of many thousands of drivers, who could not use the freeway. This is all very illegal and can not at all be considered a “peaceful protest” right from the beginning.
Later, at the police station, a huge mob disobeyed lawful orders of policemen, attacked an armored vehicle with rocks and bottles, vandalized he station with graffiti, broke windows and threatened to take over over the station, before Sheriff’s deputies used tear gas to break up the crowd and move them away from the building. After that, the mob escalated the violence, not the deputies or La Mesa policemen. The policemen were only protecting themselves and the station as they should.
The police did nothing wrong in protecting their station. However, I do think the “protest” should have been declared an illegal assembly as soon as the mob started to ignore lawful orders and swarmed onto the freeway to stop traffic. Why should they be allowed to do that? They never should have been allowed to swarm the police station, either, once it was plain to see that they would violate the law in mass as a mob. I know that is easy enough to say, but the police should be provided the resources to enforce the law.