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Most New COVID-19 Cases In California Are Occurring In The Most Vaccinated Counties

Most New COVID-19 Cases In California Are Occurring In The Most Vaccinated Counties

By: Arsenio Toledo (Natural News) An analysis has found that California counties with above-average vaccination rates for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) also have higher than average daily case rates. The analysis also found that coronavirus cases are falling in counties with below-average vaccination rates. Health authorities in California are attributing the rise in cases to the post-vaccine […]

County Registrar Approves Petitions for Public Circulation, Gascon Recall Officially Underway

County Registrar Approves Petitions for Public Circulation, Gascon Recall Officially Underway

Victims and Los Angeles residents are fighting for justice and the safety of their communities (LOS ANGELES, CA) – Petitions for the recall of Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon have been approved by the Los Angeles County Registrar and are now available for public circulation and signature gathering.  The petitions will be available for […]

Crime Victims Respond to George Gascon’s Insults and False Accusations

Crime Victims Respond to George Gascon’s Insults and False Accusations

Gascon has falsely insinuated the recall effort against him is politically motived (LOS ANGELES, CA) – In an effort to shift attention away from his dangerous policies that put criminals ahead of crime victims, Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon shamelessly attacked and lied about the crime victims who are organizing the recall effort against […]

California Towns Rebel Against Pandemic Restaurant Restrictions

California Towns Rebel Against Pandemic Restaurant Restrictions

Frustrated over an order to temporarily ban outdoor dining across Los Angeles County, many elected officials have fought back — with votes to form their own health departments. By Adam Popescu LOS ANGELES — Until late last month, outdoor dining — no masks required — was the closest thing to pre-pandemic normal for the 10 million […]

‘I Want To Stay Away From Business’: LA County Sheriff Vows To Limit Enforcement Of Recent COVID-19 Restrictions

‘I Want To Stay Away From Business’: LA County Sheriff Vows To Limit Enforcement Of Recent COVID-19 Restrictions

  JAKE DIMA CONTRIBUTOR Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva reportedly said he will not target businesses and will instead focus on “super spreader” events amid a new wave of coronavirus regulations in his state, according to local reporter Bill Melugin. Democratic LA Mayor Eric Garcetti issued an order banning “all [unnecessary] travel, including, without limitation, travel on foot, […]

George Gascón’s History of Hiding Evidence and Silencing Whistleblowers

George Gascón’s History of Hiding Evidence and Silencing Whistleblowers

. . . By Michele Hanisee . In response to a Public Records Act request for George Gascón’s disciplinary records, the LAPD, rather than indicating that no such records exist, has instead stated that “records responsive to your request remain privileged, confidential, and exempt from disclosure. “Gascón, who has publicly advocated for transparency in the criminal […]

Los Angeles County Man Arrested for Embezzling More Than $500,000

Los Angeles County Man Arrested for Embezzling More Than $500,000

David Howard Syner (DOB 08/09/61), of Los Angeles, was charged with 15 counts of felony grand theft and a special allegation that he stole more $500,000 from a local doctor. Syner was arraigned on these charges on September 14, 2020, and pled not guilty. Syner is alleged to have gained the trust of his employer, […]

Los Angeles County opens schools for special education, ESL students Sept. 14; Ventura County at this time has no plans to do likewise

Los Angeles County opens schools for special education, ESL students Sept. 14; Ventura County at this time has no plans to do likewise

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES—Los Angeles County led by Los Angeles Unified School District—the second largest public school system in the nation—will open to special education and ESL students for in-person instruction starting Monday, Sept. 14. “As long as schools can fully operate under the health officer orders, they can reopen (for these students),” said […]

4 SoCal Counties That Reopened Restaurants Early Now Lead Statewide COVID-19 Surge

4 SoCal Counties That Reopened Restaurants Early Now Lead Statewide COVID-19 Surge

by Farley Elliott  Four of the first Southern California counties to reopen for dine-in restaurants and bars now lead the state in overall coronavirus hospitalization rates, reports the LA Times. The paper says the numbers coming out of Orange, Ventura, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties show a “dangerous rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations,” and that those areas are “primarily […]

POLITICS | EIPCa : Voters Beware! Los Angeles County Faces Significant Risks to the Reliability of its Elections if it Mails Ballots to Every Voter

POLITICS | EIPCa : Voters Beware! Los Angeles County Faces Significant Risks to the Reliability of its Elections if it Mails Ballots to Every Voter

Los Angeles County debuted a new voting system in the March 3 election, and it was plagued with problems. Unreliable connections with the state voter database, inadequately trained election workers and new machines that broke down created long lines and voter frustration. Many reportedly gave up and did not vote. In a questionable response to […]

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