Election fraud is investigated and prosecuted by the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice. J. Christian Adams pointed out in his book entitled, “Injustice, Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department”, that the Civil Rights Division is dominated by Leftists, who have been recruited from Civil Rights Organizations.
Adams suggested that the Civil Rights Division be disbanded and their role be taken over by regular attorneys in the DoJ. He said attorneys in the broader DoJ are more professional and less politically biased. However, it would take a law passed by Congress to accomplish that.
Disband the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice
Patriots should be focused on a plan and work over the longer term, not just react emotionally to things as they happen, day-to-day.
Between Tijuana and Tecate there are still about seven miles of wide-open border. This post shows how it looks and issues are discussed that may explain why it has been left open. Some of it is rocky, mountain ridges, but still there are a few miles, where a person can walk across on relatively flat ground with no barrier at all to stop him.
Though it still needs some work, the state of the Border Fence is really pretty good along the rest of the 160-mile California border, tremendously better than it was in 2018, before the new construction started.
However, Marron Valley is just one place that was skipped for some reason. Maybe it is for a good reason? It is probably because this section presents a more difficult engineering problem than most other sections. So, it was not rolled out like other sections of fence on the border with a more standard, less expensive design.
You might compare this section with the small section that runs into the Pacific Ocean near San Diego. That section has not been replaced either. It would take a special design and a crew with special skills to construct a bollard fence that extends into the surf. So, that part has apparently also been left for a future project.
This map shows the layout of the area. It is about 11.5 miles from Tijuana (or Otay Mesa on the US side) to Tecate. There is about four miles of pre-existing fence, built around 2008-2010 on Otay Mountain. 1.5 miles of new double fence is being constructed on the west side to better secure the Otay Mountain area. However, there are about seven miles of border that has no barrier whatsoever. You can click on these images to obtain a larger view.
This map shows a closer view of the current gap and is at an angle compared to the previous map to better display the terrain. It shows where the fence stops on the slopes of Otay Mountain. The area of completely open border extends from there about seven miles across Marron Valley and across the slopes of Tecate Peak to the outskirts of Tecate.
I was told I could see into Maroon Valley from the top of Tecate Peak. The road can be pretty rough, but you can drive all the way to the top with an all-wheel-drive vehicle if the road has been graded recently. The distance is about four miles to the top.
This is an overlook of Marron Valley on a hazy day. You can click on this photo and expand it for a better view. You just make out the Tijuana River bed as a meandering dark line of trees/brush at the bottom of the valley. ( I may go back on a more clear day for better photos.)
Marron Valley from Tecate Peak
Next is an Image of the terrain to the north of the border and Marron Valley. If you look to the very left side, you can see the Tijuana River as a dark splotch at the bottom of the valley.
Certainly there are many paths illegal crossers can take to hike across the border here to a pickup location on Highway 94. You can click on this panoramic image and obtain a larger, high-resolution view.
For a closer view, I tried to approach the border from the north via Marron Valley Road, but there is a locked gate about a mile from the border. I was quickly intercepted by two Border Patrol agents after I had arrived at the gate and turned back. The Border Patrol probably saw me headed down that way on a surveillance camera. It is an isolated area and I would not recommend approaching the border form the American side.
I did not approach the border from the Mexican side, either, as I sometimes do, because only dirt roads lead down to the border in that isolated area and there are serious drug operations taking place there. A young Mexican citizen, working for the US Embassy as an agent for the U.S. Department of Agriculture was killed in the area just across the border while collecting insects in October, 2020. The Narcos apparently thought he was spying on them. His body was riddled with nine bullets. So, I decided not to try to approach the border on the Mexican side for a better view!
Although I have not been able to reach the border in person, I know there is no border-barrier in this area from satellite images and from talking to locals in the area. If any current construction were taking place, there would be some sign of it, such as trucks coming and going, etc.
The image below shows the fence as it ends on the slope of Tecate Peak just west of the town of Tecate. The town of Tecate has a new 30-foot bollard fence, but this smaller section going up the slopes of Tecate Peak is an older, 15-foot fence, probably built around 2008-2010. From where this fence ends, there is no border barrier for about seven miles until the fences starts up again on the east side of Otay Mountain.
View of the Tecate fence as is ends on the slope of Tecate Peak
Finally, here is a photo of Tecate and the border wall from Tecate Peak. The dark line dividing the U.S. and Mexico is a 30-foot bollard fence. I it actually about 26 feet high, but construted of 30-foot bollards, with a four-foot high anti-climb plate on top. The actual height depends on how deep the bollards are set in the ground.
View of Tecate from Tecate Peak
I have not talked to the Public Affairs Officer for the San Diego Sector about why there is no fence, at all, in this area. I speculate that the reason they have not built a new fence here is probably due to the expense of building in this rugged, isolated area and also that it would be a significant engineering challenge to build a fence here. The likely reason is that the Tijuana river meanders back and forth across the border and also the run-off from mountain slopes drain into the Tijuana River. The river is probably dry or nearly dry most of the time, but when it rains there will be huge flash floods that could wash a fence away, even when it is set in concrete several feet deep. They don’t build in river beds. They could build a little north of the river, but there may be a land ownership issue with that.
It is cheaper and easier to build in other places and so this place was probably at the bottom of the list. They were trying to build as many miles of fence as possible with the funding that they had before Trump might have to leave office. Maybe they will be able to construct a barrier here in future years?
In recent weeks, the number of Covid-19 cases has soared in San Diego County from about 350 per day to 3-5 times that rate. The graph of hospitalizations and ICU admissions below would seem to reflect that same rise. But looks may be deceiving. The local media has been screaming about how the hospitals are overflowing. However, you have to read the fine print under the graph.
They changed the way they count the number of hospitalizations with Covid-19. The increase in hospitalizations and ICU admissions may reflect just the way they count and not a real rise in hospitalizations and ICU admissions. The local sensational media does not read the fine print by just reports that hospitalizations are zooming and our County Health officials do not go out of their way to correct the misunderstanding. After I posted this blog, I heard a County Supervisor, Nathan Hatcher, say in an Covid-19 update that this new counting procedure was mandated by the federal government. So, it is apparently nation-wide, if counties are following CDC guidlines. You can see that statement at 12:25 in this video.
Covid-19 Hospital Census
It is difficult to read the fine print on the above image. You can click on the image to get a larger view, but I have reposted it below in larger letters. The important part is highlighted in yellow.
Data are preliminary and subject to change; data from hospitals reporting directly to County of San Diego; census for San Diego County non-federal hospitals; includes cases and suspect COVID-19 patients for San Diego County residents and non-residents; *Starting 10/31, COVID hospital census numbers will show an increase due to to change in the hospital census definition. Previously, COVID-19 hospitalized patients stopped being counted as a COVID-19 hospitalized patient after ten days. Now, they continue to be counted as a COVID-19 hospitalized patient for their entire stay in the hospital. Prepared by County of San Diego, Emergency Operations Center, 11/28/2020
It states that previously Covid-19 admissions were only counted for 10 days, but starting on October 31st they were going to count all Covid-19 patients, as long as they are in the hospital. It sounds like pantients with other serious health issues can recover from Covid-19 and still be counted as a Covid-19 patient. This could produce an significant rise in the number of hospitalizations. Covid-19 is generally a mild illness and patients recover quickly. If a person enters the hospital with Covid-19 and other serious issues, but Covid-19 is not the main issue, after ten days the illness is probably going to be resolved. If the person dies, even from some other cause, presumably they will also be counted as a Covid-19 death.
Covid-19 Hospital Census
You cannot say that all of this rise in hospitalizations and ICU admissions is caused by the change in counting procedure, but it would very well seem that much of it could be, if not all.
This results of a paper by a student was posted in a student publication, the Johns Hopkins Newsletter. The student compared the number of deaths among older people from year to year and found no difference in number of deaths due to Covid-19. The paper was quickly retracted, because the result does not fit the official Covid-19 narrative.
I am not claiming that the results or accurate or not, just presenting it for you to read, yourself. Whether it is correct or not, it should not be censored. Let people decide for themselves, like adults. Below is an excerpt from the paper:
Surprisingly, the deaths of older people stayed the same before and after COVID-19. Since COVID-19 mainly affects the elderly, experts expected an increase in the percentage of deaths in older age groups. However, this increase is not seen from the CDC data. In fact, the percentages of deaths among all age groups remain relatively the same.
The reason we have a higher number of reported COVID-19 deaths among older individuals than younger individuals is simply because every day in the U.S. older individuals die in higher numbers than younger individuals, Briand said.
Michael Schwartz, Chief Executive of “patriot” PAC helping to arm and train Antifa/BLM
A 2nd amendment advocacy group, the “San Diego County Gun Owners”, is helping to arm local members of the violent antifa and Black Lives Matter groups. In the Tweet thread below, a person belonging to Antifa and/or Black Lives Matter suggest that others engage the leadership of the San Diego County Gun Owners group for assistance in obtaining guns, training, gear and CCW permits.
This comes as many are concerned that violence could break out again, due to the controversy over the presidential election and transition. SDCGO is a political PAC and are not required to help those who do not support their mission. Some ask why they do this? Probably they do it, because they profit from it. Ask Michael Schwartz directly why they do it.
It is suggested that members request that they stop training Antifa and BLM members, which organizations are fundamentally opposed to their mission. Members should withhold their dues, until SDCGO leadership stops this. Contact the SDCGO PAC to complain at this contact link
Tasha Williamson is the lead organizer and spokesperson for Black Lives Matter in La Mesa and in San Diego. On April 30th, 2020, Black Lives Matter rioted in La Mesa. They vandalized and attacked the police station with rocks and bottles. BLM and Antifa burned two major banks buildings and the historic Randall Lamb building in Downtown La Mesa. They looted numerous stores and burned vehicles. They intended to burn down the police station and City Hall, as had happened with a police station the previous night in Minneapolis. They did start a fire in the City Hall, next to the police station, but it petered out. The DA announced recently that at least 20 “protesters” have been charged with felonies.
The Facebook user “Oside4All” includes a screenshot from Tasha Williamson’s Instagram account, lauding the gun advocacy group for helping her and others arm and train themselves for purposes of “self defense”. Tasha uses the handle “queenta4” on Instagram.
Oside4All – guns
This next image is a screenshot of Tasha’s Facebook page that OSide4All tweeted. It is stated here that the SDCGO group helped Tasha and others in arming themselves. Note that they talk of “comrades” being able to obtain guns, CCW’s, gun safes, and training from SDCGO, as well as note the other revolutionary jargon that they use.
Antifa and Black Lives Matter have an revolutionary, anarcho-communist ideology, similar to terrorists groups of the 1960’s and 1970’s such as the Weathermen, the Black Liberation Army, the Black Panthers and, in Europe, the Red Army Faction, aka the Badder-Meinhof Gang. These groups justified using violence on a large scale to terrorize and thereby bring about radical political change, as does antifa and and the more radical elements of Black Lives Matter.
In the 1970’s, RAF terrorists had to go to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine in Jordan to obtain guns and training. In San Diego, it is much more convenient. Terrorist groups can just obtain arms, training and other assistance locally via the reputedly patriotic San Diego County Gun Owners organization!
Should a supposedly conservative, constitutional group, which claims to be a patriot group, be training members of such violence-prone and anti-American organizations? These groups are against the constitution, support gun-control and certainly would disarm average American citizens, if they were to obtain the power they crave.
Tasha and her gang will justify arming themselves, due to real or perceived threats. Not to justify threats for anyone, but any such threats were provoked by the violence, rioting and arson attacks of BLM and Antifa, themselves. The “Michael” that they mention, helping them to arm and train has been identified as the executive director of the SDCGO, Michael Schwartz.
Finally, this a the image also from the screenshot of Tasha’s Instagram page that shows the invitation from the SDCGO to the general public, which some in BLM and Antifa are exploiting for their own purposes.
This is a partial list of persons arrested at Black Lives Matter protests / riots in San Diego County by various local police agencies and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. If you have any information to add to this list, you can send it to me via the contact button at the top of the page, or just click here.
I will be updating this list as more information becomes available. There are probably at least 2-3 times as many arrestees as are shown in this current list. Click on “full screen” to get a better view of the document.
Well, there may have been up to a couple hundred arrested for misdemeanors, who will likely not be prosecuted, but I am only going to try to list those, who seem likely to be prosecuted for a more serious crime.
The FBI and local law enforcement officials have arrested two men as suspects, Alexander Jacob King and Ricky Bernard Cooper, in the burning of Chase Bank in La Mesa, California during the Black Lives Matter protest of May 30, 2020. The scheduled protest quickly turned into a riot, with attacks on the police station, City Hall, vandalism, looting and arson. It appeared that the Black-Lives-Matter rioters intended to burn down the La Mesa Police Station, as had happened in Minneapolis just the night before. The La Mesa Police prevented them from gaining control of the police station and their attention turned to the banks and other buildings. They did set fire to an annex to City Hall next door to the police station, also, but the fire died out before it could engulf City Hall.
This is video of a leading Black-Lives-Matter organizer, Tasha Williamson, and her entourage of supporters touring the scene as Chase and Union banks are burned to the ground and passing drivers appear to honk approval. Another major building, the historic Randall Lamb building was burned at the same time, just behind the two banks.
A lawsuit was brought against California Governor Gavin Newson for governing by fiat. A reporter asked him at this press conference, whether he had been governing by fiat and whether he would moderate his behavior in the future. News replied, “We only did what was appropriate.”
Kevin Kiley, one of the two Assemblymen bringing the lawsuit, reported that Newsom’s attorney said that the prinicpals of the American system, “only work well in theory”.
At the trial, Gov. Newsom’s attorney said these principles – separation of powers, republican government, and the rule of law – only work well “in theory.” I’d say over two centuries of American history show they work pretty well in practice too. – Assemblyman Kevin Kiley
For updates on the trial of Gavin Newsom, would suggest liking Kevin Kiley’s Page. Assemblyman James Gallagher is also a plaintiff in the lawsuit.
On April 23, 2019, as Covid was just starting to spread in California, Governor Newsom said in response to a question by a reporter from Bloomberg that he saw the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity to make political change, to bring about a new progressive era.
In his early press conferences, Newsom also mentioned frequently the need for “prescriptive solutions”. Below are some synonyms for “prescriptive”.
Stephen Glenn McLeod, aka Lord Mcleod, was one of the more highly visible people during the Black Lives Matter protests and riots in San Diego in the late summer. He has just been charged in federal court with a felony for aiming a laser at at a police helicopter.
The San Diego District Attorney said recently that the County has charged about two dozen persons with felonies. It is not known, how many federal police have charged. This is what really put a damper on the vandalism, mob action and riots by Black Lives Matter in San Diego, quiet, behind-the-scenes police work by San Diego and federal agencies. It would seem that a lot more is yet to come out.
San Diego is probably not unique. This kind of police action has likely been taking place around the country. The media just does not much cover it. Read the details of McLeod’s charges below in this media release from the US Attorney’s Office.
Tasha Williamson, an organizer for Black Lives Matter, said on October 13 that everyone is just waiting for the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Unit (CIU) to make their move. Maybe it has started, as she predicted. She points out that people will soon be offered immunity deals to testify against their fellow accused criminals. Two banks and another major building were burned to the ground in La Mesa during the Black Lives Matter riot on May 30th, where Williamson was the most prominent organizer and spokesperson.
Tasha Williamson – Everyone just waiting for the FBI to make their move.
McLeod admits in one of his videos that he takes medication for a psychological disorder, called schizoaffective disorder. If true, this may help explain his delusional, manic behavior, but would not necessarily absolve him of legal liability, unless he meets the legal definition of insanity at the time he allegedly committed the crime.
Below are a couple of videos featuring Stephen McLeod. Tasha Williamson is the black woman at the start of the first video.
In this video, Stephen McLeod more or less admits that Black Lives Matter burned down two banks and another major building in downtown La Mesa and says it was retribution for slavery. McLeod is he one in the preview image with the black cap, shaved head and red beard.
Stephen McLeod – BLM Bank Burnings Were Retribution For Slavery
McLeod was a “volunteer” for Black Lives Matter and was a regular participant at the protests and in the mob violence and riots. He drove an illegal green van that has no registration, no insurance and he has the VIN covered up, as if it may be stolen. He often followed the marches in his illegal green van and carried supplies for the march.
Therefore, he was an insider and it sounds as if he may have some knowledge about the devastating arson attack on La Mesa, judging from what he says about the motivation for the attack. Black Lives Matter rioters also set fire to part of City Hall that night, although the fire petered out. They also appeared to have had the intention of burning down the police station as had just happened in Minneapolis the night before the riot here in La Mesa, which occurred on the night of May 30th.
In this next video, McLeod participates in an attack on a neighbor at a protest at the San Diego Police Chief’s residence on August 28th. This was the same night that he is accused of aiming a laser at a police helicopter. Notice the green laser being pointed in the eyes of the beating victim at about 10:00. That was probably McLeod pointing the laser. This is actually McLeod’s video of the event that I am re-using.
McLeod Part Of BLM Mob That Beats Police Chief’s Neighbor (About 9:00)
McLeod is part of a this group of Black-Lives-Matter anarchists, brawling with police outside the San Diego Police Department headquarters in Downtown San Diego. This event took place on August 24, 2020 at a sympathy for Kenosha protest. The man in blue is Stephen McLeod.
McLeod was living in his van for about a year and a half. He got a job in July, 2020, as a caregiver for an elderly surgeon, who lives downtown. This may have been arranged for him as indirect reward for his participation in the the Black Lives Matter protests. He was allowed the use of a luxury, furnished condominium unit, which rents for more than $2,000 per month. The doctor that he cares for lives in another unit. He also apparently receives a monthly disability check from the government, probably due to his psychological disorder.
Stephen McLeod Stopped By SDPD In His Illegal BLM “support” van