State Legislator Blocks Activist on Twitter After He Exposed 911 Domestic Disturbance Call
To be honest, we kind of wondered what took so long.
On Tuesday, American Children First broke the news that the wife of Assemblyman Marc Steinorth called 911 to report a domestic disturbance back in April 2017. We also mentioned the numerous rumors we had heard regarding an alleged affair between he and one of his staffers.
Apparently, Assemblyman Steinorth is not pleased with us.
We posted a link to the story on our Twitter account and tagged the "cap and traitor."
Well, he responded by blocking us from seeing his Twitter feed. See image below:
We are pretty devastated by this news. We had come to really rely on his Twitter account to stay on top of the dog rescue news in the Inland Empire.
In July and August, American Children First pummeled the legislator after he voted for the largest gas tax increase in American history. He voted for a cap and trade bill that will raise the price of gas by 71 cents per gallon.
It was at one of our protests at his office that his staff ironically called 911. More than 30 police officers were summoned to escort about nine of us out of Steinorth's office.
The video below has over 200,000 views and will give you a taste of how that day went down:
During this time period we were savagely attacking Assembly GOP Leader Chad Mayes and Marc Steinorth. We managed to oust Mayes from leadership while severely crippling Steinorth.
If you see anything interesting on Steinorth's Twitter feed, please send it our way. Thanks.