By Rick Oltman, March 23, 2018
Illegal alien, Lizbeth Mateo, has been appointed by the California Senate, led by Senate President pro Tem Kevin de León, to advise the California Student Opportunity and Access Program Project Grant Advisory Committee. The committee advises the California Student Aid Commission on efforts to increase college access for California students from low-income or under-served communities.
You can be certain that the “under-served communities” will focus entirely on illegal aliens in California.
“I hope this is just the beginning of more undocumented people having access to places we’re usually not accepted into,” said Mateo, a 33-year-old attorney and immigrant rights activist.
Mateo is from Mexico and has been in America illegally for 19 years and believes that illegal aliens are not adequately represented in state government
She paid in-state college tuition in California during law school in the state and the state Supreme Court confirmed her eligibility to practice law.
Mateo’s appointment is just one of the latest decisions in California to offer more opportunities for illegal aliens living in our country.
In 2016, Governor Jerry Brown named Jorge Reyes Salinas, an illegal alien enrolled in Obama’s DACA program, to the California State University board of trustees as a student trustee.
Two illegal aliens, Julian Zatarian and Francisco Medina, were appointed to lead local commissions in Huntington Park in 2014. The California Supreme Court granted a motion filed by the State Bar Association to allow illegal alien Sergio Garcia to practice law in California, also in 2014.
Laws approved by the California Legislature allow illegal aliens to apply for in-state college tuition and financial aid (while out-of-state American citizens pay much higher tuition to attend California colleges). Illegal alien children can enroll in state-funded health insurance plans and adults can get a California driver license, et cetera.
Even though California law currently says that someone is incapable of holding a “civil office” if they are not a citizen at the time of their appointment, Sacramento is taking the position that Mateo’s post is not covered by that law.
Also, Mateo was not asked for her Social Security number. They did confirm that she paid taxes with an ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number), meaning she has worked illegally in America, which is a felony.
Travis Allen, a Republican Assemblyman and candidate for California Governor, believing the state has gone too far in favor of illegal aliens at the expense of citizens said, “This is just the next step in the California Democrats’ ongoing war with the laws that govern our country … . Appointing someone who is not even in our state legally undermines the very foundation of our citizen government.”
This all is just a continuation of the decline of California, which isn’t being conquered or re-conquered by the so-called Reconquista movement. This is California “lawmakers” handing over the state to lawless individuals, both citizens and illegal aliens.
In the mid-1990s, when we were fighting the illegal immigration battle in California, a reporter asked me if I thought illegal immigration would ever stop, and I answered, “It’ll stop, when our country is so degraded that there is no more benefit in coming.”
In the current “reality,” making California Mexico again could possibly be the only way to get illegal aliens to stop coming, and get those already here to leave … .
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. [Winston Churchill.]
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