Monday, January 9, 2017

Los Angeles Mayoral Candidate David Hernandez: "As Mayor, I Will End the Sanctuary City Policy"

Pro-legal immigration activist, radio host, and small business owner David Hernandez is running for mayor of Los Angeles.

David Hernandez


If there is any city that needs better angels, it's Los Angeles, a massive municipality overrun with corruption, waste, incompetence ... and pandering to illegal immigration.

One of the most horrendous cases of illegal immigration that I experience took place in the Westlake District. An illegal alien transient named Johnny Sanchez was living in the abandoned warehouse. In retaliation against another squatter, Sanchez set the warehouse on fire.

He ended up murdering five people, four from Iowa, and one homeless man named DeAndre Mitchell, who rushed into to try and save the lives of the other four in the building.

Tierra Stansberry

From Left to Right...
Jerry Clemons, 59, Mary Ann Davis, 44, Joseph Proennke (Williams), 24,  Deandre Mitchell, 36
This is only one of many horrific crimes committed in Los Angeles as a result of the immoral, devastating sanctuary city policy.

Instead of rescinding the policy and submitting to the federal government, pro-illegal mayor Eric Garcetti has sworn to double down on protecting the illegal aliens in the City of Angels, whatever the cost and whatever the price, even if it means the death of more Americans:



Unlike the current crop of elected officials in Los Angeles City and County, Mayoral Candidate David Hernandez vows to end this senseless violence and brazen lawlessness.

Press Release

Contact:
Rob Ekno Communications Director
Phone: (818) 400-8444
Email:drhassoc@earthlink.net

Los Angeles, CA January 9, 2017

The City of Los Angeles Will Co-Operate with the Federal Government

Illegal Alien Criminals will be turned over to Immigration Authorities.

As the City and County of Los Angeles scramble to divert millions of dollars of tax payer monies into a fund to defend illegal Alien Criminals, one candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles vows to take a different course of action.

David Hernandez, a longtime advocate for Legal Immigration, believes circumstances demand that we co-operate with the Federal Government in having Illegal Alien Criminals, who are in the City of Los Angeles, removed from our city.

The continuing dramatic increase in Violent Crime in Los Angeles, up nearly 40% since 2014, as well as the decrease in arrests and convictions during the same period, down almost 9%, clearly demonstrates that we, as a city, must use all resources at our disposal in combating the threat to Public Safety.

The California Trust Act, passed by Sacramento politicians, limits the actions of local law enforcement in holding Illegal Aliens who have been arrested for committing crimes. Hernandez believes we can and will work within the bounds of the Trust Act, and succeed in reducing the criminal element by as much as 10%, if not more, in the City of Los Angeles.

An American of Mexican descent ,running for Mayor of Los Angeles, Hernandez definitively states that this is strictly an issue of Public Safety, not one of race. Those who are in the city without documentation and have not committed any crimes need not be concerned.

David Hernandez, Candidate for Mayor


But those who are in the City of Los Angeles without documentation and commit a Felony or a series of Misdemeanors will be dealt with to the fullest extent of the Law. They will be made available to Immigration Services in an effort to help preserve Public Safety in all communities in Los Angeles.

With the passage of State Propositions such as 47 and 57, and Realignment efforts such as AB109, in addition to the number of former Felons being released into our communities, we have seen a sky rocketing number of property crimes and homelessness in Los Angeles.

Given the overcrowding in county jails, we must make room in our prison system to house criminals legally here in the United States. As no more detainment facilities are being built, we must take advantage of the avenues available to us in assisting those tasked with our Public Safety.

Hernandez states that, “No normal person would want anyone with a track record of committing crimes living in their community, if they can help it.”


A press conference is scheduled for Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 10:00 AM on the south steps of the Los Angeles City Hall, 200 North Spring St., Los Angeles, CA.

5 comments:

  1. We've known David Hernandez for a number of years and believe that he will make a fine mayor for the people of Los Angeles.

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  2. That's what we need - a sensible American of Mexican descent, acknowledging the criminal aspect of illegal immigration. And a Republican to boot, aligning himself with the party that freed the slaves. Why can't there be more evolved folks like him?

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  3. If you want to improve your lives and the lives of your fellow residents of Los Angeles, you must be willing to change the current administration which is a political machine for the present and previous elected officials; a political machine which will fight any attempts to change it; and will fight to make sure no outsiders gain entrance into this politically exclusive club.

    Ask yourselves what major change or project that advances the prosperity and vitality of this city has been accomplished in the past 4 years? The answer is a resounding NONE.

    For years the administration of the City of Los Angeles has failed the people of Los Angeles. It is time to elect an administration from the working people of Los Angeles, the non-politicians, the ones who owe their allegiance to the people of Los Angeles and to no one else. It is time to put into office a Mayor and administration willing to tell the people the way it is without any sugar coating or hidden agendas.

    The City of LA has been going downhill for at least the past 15 years and more. The budget and revenues do not cover the costs of running the city. The past political-machine administrations promised to turn L.A. around and back onto a path of fiscal responsibility. Yet, they failed and continue to fail in keeping those promises. Their promises are as hollow, as the rust is thick on their political machines.

    We must operate the city with responsible financial management and complete transparency. We must promote new businesses; fix the infrastructure, and our transportation system. Most importantly, we MUST improve our educational system and in so doing, give our children and grand-children the opportunity to succeed which they so richly deserve.

    I ask you to give me the chance to be your Mayor and put into place an administration truly representing the best interests of ALL the citizens of Los Angeles, not just those who are part of and support a political machine. It is time, for your sake and the sake of our city, to elect one of us and push the ineffective, rusted political machine to the curb.

    In this spirit of change I am promoting, I gladly reach my hand out to all of the candidates to form a cohesive force willing to work together to improve your lives, and to improve the city of Los Angeles with a relentless, UNIFIED effort to achieve this goal.

    Thank You!
    YJ Draiman – For Mayor of Los Angeles 2017

    YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles in 2017
    http://draimanformayor.com/

    https://www.bisnow.com/tags/yj-draiman


    Unity above all

    Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean!

    "We have flown the air like birds and swum the sea like fishes, but have yet to learn the simple act of walking the earth like brothers"

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  4. If you want to improve your lives and the lives of your fellow residents of Los Angeles, you must be willing to change the current administration which is a political machine for the present and previous elected officials; a political machine which will fight any attempts to change it; and will fight to make sure no outsiders gain entrance into this politically exclusive club.

    Ask yourselves what major change or project that advances the prosperity and vitality of this city has been accomplished in the past 4 years? The answer is a resounding NONE.

    For years the administration of the City of Los Angeles has failed the people of Los Angeles. It is time to elect an administration from the working people of Los Angeles, the non-politicians, the ones who owe their allegiance to the people of Los Angeles and to no one else. It is time to put into office a Mayor and administration willing to tell the people the way it is without any sugar coating or hidden agendas.

    The City of LA has been going downhill for at least the past 15 years and more. The budget and revenues do not cover the costs of running the city. The past political-machine administrations promised to turn L.A. around and back onto a path of fiscal responsibility. Yet, they failed and continue to fail in keeping those promises. Their promises are as hollow, as the rust is thick on their political machines.

    We must operate the city with responsible financial management and complete transparency. We must promote new businesses; fix the infrastructure, and our transportation system. Most importantly, we MUST improve our educational system and in so doing, give our children and grand-children the opportunity to succeed which they so richly deserve.

    I ask you to give me the chance to be your Mayor and put into place an administration truly representing the best interests of ALL the citizens of Los Angeles, not just those who are part of and support a political machine. It is time, for your sake and the sake of our city, to elect one of us and push the ineffective, rusted political machine to the curb.

    In this spirit of change I am promoting, I gladly reach my hand out to all of the candidates to form a cohesive force willing to work together to improve your lives, and to improve the city of Los Angeles with a relentless, UNIFIED effort to achieve this goal.

    Thank You!
    YJ Draiman – For Mayor of Los Angeles 2017

    YJ Draiman for Mayor of Los Angeles in 2017
    http://draimanformayor.com/

    https://www.bisnow.com/tags/yj-draiman


    Unity above all

    Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean!

    "We have flown the air like birds and swum the sea like fishes, but have yet to learn the simple act of walking the earth like brothers"

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  5. An elected official duty is to serve the people not himself.
    A Mayor is elected to serve the people. If the elected official treats his/her position as a seat of power, he/she does not belong in his/her position and must be replaced.
    When the voters elect a Mayor or any other elected official it is to serve the people equally without favoritism to any select group. When an elected official violates that trust of the people and considers him-self or some select group first and not the people, than that person must be replaced.
    It is an awesome responsibility to serve the people, which mused be assumed with full recognition of its obligation to the people and conduct himself with honesty and integrity, without any bias. No lies, no exaggeration, just plain bare facts and any deviation is not accepted.
    The finances must be handled with extreme care, transparency and accountability is a must.
    All laws and ethics must be observed and enforced with no exceptions.
    The people’s well being and concerns comes first and foremost.
    YJ Draiman for Mayor of LA
    Check my website at: http://draimanformayor.com

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