Torrance City Councilman Tim Goodrich has been a blight on our city council chambers since the moment he was elected, since the moment he ran for office.
This guy wanted to fly the American Flag high for everyone to see, when he ran for office. He loved playing up his veteran status. He wanted everyone to see him as a loving, patriotic Torrance homebody.
The truth is quite different, even sinister.
The truth is that he was anti-war flag burner shortly after the Iraq war, and he hoped that everyone would conveniently forget about it. He lambasted the the military and attack our country's leaders.
On top of that, he's not from Torrance. He's a carpet-bagger from Buffalo, New York, and the Democratic Party put him in this seat in the vain hopes that he could be a politician who would move up the ranks into Congress and perhaps one day run for President.
Now, he's just an embittered progressive who can't anything done that he wants to accomplish.
A pro-Torrance majority has taken back the reins of power on the Torrance City Council.
And as of May 14, 2019, the Torrance City Council will have "In God We Trust" posted on the front of the chambers.
Now, how did Touchy Timmy respond to this?
He whined, he belly-ached about the lack of transparency. Really? This from the guy who was trying to force Community Choice Aggregation onto the city of Torrance, who refused to provide the requisite details on the program.
This is the same Tim Goodrich which didn't tell anyone about his anti-war, anti-American, progressive, Left-wing past!
And he was appalled -- APPALLED, I tell you -- that the city of Torrance would recognize our country's national motto inside our city council chambers.
Here is his official email whining to the public:
Yes, Timmy, the issue is religion. You don't want God to have any audience or recognition in the city council chambers or anywhere else in our country. You are an atheistic, narrow-minded bigot, nothing more.
Don't Worry, Timmy, we are still very much invested in what is happening in our city.
That's why the city council is more responsive to the concerns of the city, and why good things are finally happening in the city of Torrance.