A Los Angeles Times reporter has once again been caught peddling fake news after a San Francisco jury acquitted an illegal alien of murdering an American by the name Kate Steinle.
Another little birdie chirped to us some juicy information regarding Senator Sex Predator Tony Mendoza. We are still digging in and seeing what kind of meat is on that bone.
During the course of our investigation of this lead we stumbled upon a 2012 article in the Los Angeles Times which caught our attention. The article detailed how the real estate downturn hurt legislators who had bought homes in Sacramento and were now unable to afford the mortgages.Continue reading
Is Assemblyman Matt Dababneh the #CapitolMasturbator referred to by lobbyist Pamela Lopez?
She claimed that a current member of the legislature forced her into a bathroom and proceeded to masturbate in front of her. That legislator is rumored to be a member that terms out in 2026, which would likely implicate someone who was elected to office in 2014.Continue reading
Just hours after the Sacramento Police Department told the Visalia Times-Delta that they were in the middle of an extensive investigation into the sexual assault allegations against Assemblyman Devon Mathis and still needed to interview several witnesses, the department shockingly announced that they were closing the investigation.Continue reading
Assemblyman Devon Mathis (R-Visalia) is reeling from the mounting scandals and bad publicity that has engulfed his district.
Ever since American Children First broke the story about sexual assault allegations involving Mathis back in October, there has been a steady drip of negative stories and reports.
Now he has abruptly cancelled a "Community Coffee with Devon Mathis" event that was scheduled for tomorrow morning.Continue reading
Throughout our investigation into sexual assault and child abuse allegations involving Assemblyman Devon Mathis (R-Visalia) we have repeatedly stumbled upon reports that his wife, Aubrey, was receiving some sort of monthly benefit to serve as his caregiver.
It made us ponder the question: can someone really be a "caregiver" to another person when that individual lives more than 200 miles away for more than half the year?Continue reading