For nearly a month disgraced Assemblyman Chad Mayes has been silent on his Twitter account. The last time he posted was October 20, the same day the California Republican Party held its convention in Anaheim.
This is the same day that Steve Bannon, the former chief strategist for President Donald Trump, was the keynote speaker to a sell-out crowd of passionate "America First" loving California Republicans.Continue reading
In response to the disastrous "cap and trade" vote back in July, American Children First has sought to punish the Republican "cap and traitors" that sold us out and voted for the largest gas tax in American history.
One such target is Assemblyman Devon Mathis (R-Visalia). Last month, we sent a letter to the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office requesting an investigation into allegations that Mathis had sexually assaulted one of his staffers while she was unconscious.Continue reading
California Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez (R-Lake Elsinore) once said on Twitter shortly after the Harvey Weinstein revelations that "Sacramento is our own little Hollywood."
American Children First is putting together a timeline to chronicle the revelations about Sacramento's political sex predators so that you can keep track of all of the predators and degenerates in our state capitol.Continue reading
Bombshell allegations were dropped on Judge Roy Moore today endangering his quest to become the next United States Senator from Alabama.Continue reading
A police report reveals that an elected member of the California legislature left his autistic child unattended and unsupervised while playing in the front yard of a family member's home the night of May 11, 2012.Continue reading
What a politician discusses and does not discuss on their social media pages can be pretty illuminating.
And Assemblyman Chad Mayes (R-Yucca Valley) is an interesting case study.Continue reading
The last few months I have been very critical, some would argue hypercritical, of the California Republican Party and the GOP leadership in the legislature.
This is primarily the result of an arrogant, egotistical maniac in the form of Assemblyman Chad Mayes. Had he exhibited any character whatsoever and honorably stepped down from his leadership position the week of his "cap and trade" vote, all of the successive hostilities would have never materialized.Continue reading
A gathering at a Sacramento watering hole for drinks by a member of the California legislature and some legislative staff culminated with the official allegedly sexually assaulting a drunk and unconscious staffer. This is according to a highly credible and well-placed source who provided us with written assurances that they would reaffirm these statements with legal authorities, if asked.
Now, I am going to name names. But there is a little catch -- so keep reading.
Just like everybody knew there was a Harvey Weinstein in Hollywood, everybody knows there is a “Harvey Weinstein” in the California legislature. In fact, there are “Harvey Weinsteins!”