Sunday, April 23, 2017

Commie Chu Violates Trump Supporter's First Amendment Rights in Town Hall: "Put Away The Trump Cape!"

Congresswoman Judy Chu (D-Claremont) is probably not a big fan of man.

After all, I went after her with a number of memes about her routine ethical violations in Congress during Election 2016:



This one was a particular favorite:


After the election, when Donald Trump won the Presidency, I attend a dinner function hosted by the Democratic Progressive Party.

Guess who sat at the same table with me?!


She doesn't look too happy!

But I had a great reception with Congressman Ed Royce:


But back to Commie Chu.

This woman is a full-on disgrace, anti-constitutional as they come.

Instead of respecting my First Amendment rights, she directed staff to force  me to remove from Trump cape:

From the February, 2017 CRP Convention

First, one of her staffers got in my face:



Then Corporal Martinez #3835 confronted me:


This is ridiculous.

I was discriminated against, and they twisted the rules to make me put away the cape. At the Dianne Feinstein town hall, one of the staffers told me it was fine to wear it, just as long as I did not block anyone:



No wonder Commie Chu didn't want me to wear it -- it looks good when worn.

Faris Ibrik wears his banner as a cape, too!



Oh, and here are the rules of conduct for the town hall:

Thank you for your RSVP! We look forward to having you at our event. In order to ensure that everyone in attendance has a good time we have outlined a code of conduct for this event.

The Following Items are Prohibited:
·         Posters, signs and banners (We want everyone to be able to see the stage.)
·         Loudspeakers and Noisemaking Devices
·         Weapons of any kind
·         Laser pens and pointers

We Expect Everyone in Attendance to:
·         Exercise consideration and respect in your speech and actions
·         Refrain from demeaning, discriminatory or harassing behavior and speech
·         Enjoy the company and keep an open mind

The Following Behaviors are Unacceptable:
·         Violence, threats of violence or violent language directed against another person
·         Discriminatory jokes or comments
·         Sustained disruption of the event

Above all, please respect everyone in the room. Thank you and see you soon!

Office of Congresswoman Judy Chu (CA-27)
527 S. Lake Ave. Ste. 106
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 304-0110
Fax: (626) 304-0132 

Notice the directive about banners--"We want everyone t be able t see the stage."

Wearing the banner as a cape ensured that no one would be blocked from viewing the stage!

This is discrimination!

I will be filing official complaints persuant to the Unruh Act as well as with the Claremont Police Department.

More news to follow.

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