He also hosted a town hall in Reseda, California ... at Reseda High School!
I got a new camera, and I was ready to hold the elected officials accountable!
As soon as I walked up to the high school, guess who I ran into?!
He didn't seem to keen on speaking with me!
If I had had a little where withal, I would have gone after him a little further and demanded more answers. Of course, I actually believed that I would ask him a question.
Please, don't laugh at me.
|"You wanna get into this?!"|
Here are the next set of videos I took:
I walked in and faced some pretty welcome people. This one black man wearing a green shirt and tie was very glad to see me. He handily admitted that he had never seen a Trump supporter before, and he was glad to see me.
The next video shows me going after Sherman for a statement on immigration, and then I tangled with a woman who was pushing the whole single-payer racket.
This woman has joined the single-payer train, and I refused to let her get away with promoting the proposal without justifying.
Later on this woman claimed that I was supporting corporations. Uh, no.
They have been bewitched by the siren song of socialism:
The madness of single-payer supporters is very sad.
Here's the first part of the town hall:
I found a few Trump supporters, or rather they found me. Their presence gave me a greater sense of boldness.
As I was sitting down, a few other people came by and thanked me for attending, even though they did not like Trump and did not agree with many of the viewpoints I share.
It was really nice to get that kind of support. Another lady actually walked up to me and told me:
"You are very brave. I will go out of my way to protect you. No one better mess with you!"
To this day, I have no idea if she was a Trump supporter or not.
It got really frustrating for me, though, as Congressman Sherman spent more time showcasing fellow politicians rather than answering questions from the audience.
A few people were grateful that I spoke up during the town hall, too.
Here's the second part of the town hall:
You will notice that some of the audience members became particularly hostile.
One of them even told me to move to a red state.
|Wolfman (in the center) gave me a hard time.|
He was more light-hearted though, after the meeting.
Another woman fought to enforce the argument that all of us are immigrants. Uh, not me, since I was born in this country.
After the meeting, a number of people approached me to thank me for attending.
One Bernie supporter with a independent media program interviewed me. Glad to speak with him.
Another man shared his views about Trump, and I was willing to listen.
Then the black pastor came back and we started talking. He was really excited when I explained why I supported Donald Trump for President, since he did not expect to get substantive reasons for why.
It was a great time, and I am so glad that it all worked out.