|Posted by Sherlock Pwahrow on December 7, 2017 at 10:25 PM|
Just because the Sonoma County Sheriff and his posse of white supremacist hoodlums are in the employ of organized criminal interests doesn't mean they're not worthy of their ill begotten meats. No far from it. They earn their keep by being double agents of criminal enforcement working both sides of the fence. Perhaps it has always been this way. When capable men turn their thoughts to crime the result is the Sonoma County Sheriff. Although they parade around haughtily in their fancy dress uniforms and are somewhat rightly regarded as local heroes, when their markers are called in, they become a private security force for organized crime. The Sonoma County Sheriff In conjunction with the police of the varying municipalities of Sonoma, rather than deploying their full resources to combating crime, instead are busy in another more lucrative sideline, using those manifold resources provided by the labor of the taxpayers to illegally surveil innocent citizens, harassing certain targets of their crime bosses or shall we say rich patrons, designate. I mean, just look at the evidence. Take San Francisco for instance, please. The police there are obviously busy doing something. But it sure isn't combatting crime. Oh no dear reader, such falacies are best left to the endless super hero movies. Which have about as much basis in fact as for the notion that the police are truly giving their best effort. Oh yes, the evidence. The police in San Francisco are too busy getting fat off of organized crime and their steady bilking of the pulic treasuries through their stranglehold on them via their quaint untouchable notions of "pensions'. The sacred cow that gives the police the right to loot the public coffers at will. The police of the city by the bay can't even stop the vicious endless attacks on the windows of countless automobiles parked there! Do you really think that they believe in their heart of hearts that black lives matter? Ho ho, do you want to buy some swamp land in New Jersey?