“So What” : State Representative Eddie Rodriguez

“So What” : State Representative Eddie Rodriguez

Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently announced that the Justice Department plans to withhold federal funds from “sanctuary cities” that protect illegal immigrants from federal authorities.

One of the most aggressive sanctuary municipalities in the country is Travis County, Texas, wherein the capital of Austin is located.

State Representative Eddie Rodriguez (D-Austin) said on “The O’Reilly Factor” that he supports Sheriff Sally Hernandez’ position against abiding by federal directives regarding illegal immigrants. [reference article below]


Aw, the gnat choking from King County Washington to the great State of Texas.

You blind guides! You strain out a gnat but swallow a camel.   (Matthew 23:24)

Remember only little people like us, not King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg of Washington State have to obey lawful laws. This is why King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg of Washington State finds any excuse not to try cops, however for the little people it is ignore his oath of office and let a jury decide.

See King County Judge Judge Susan Graighead for the, er, logic of it all.

King County Prosecutors, with Judge Lori K. Smith watching on guided the State of Washington’s long history of witch-hunt trials for self-advancement to declare themselves above facts, evidence and laws by simply declaring “So what” to it all. (see www.hardtruth.us for a fraction of evidence)

This was after potential jurors who believed in evidence had been kicked out of the jury swimming pool.

Should be expected as King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg Washington State likes Hillary Clinton’s It Takes A Village. Trouble is those who value justice for all just don’t want to live in Hillary Clinton’s village and such will be prosecuted if they do not toe the political line.

Indeed Satterberg took his “So what” attitude towards lawfulness up to the next extreme level after the last election.

No wonder shutting down a Conservative Christian Church was just the ticket to the top for Prosecutor Dan Satterberg of King County Washington.

6King County Prosecutors, with Judge Lori K. Smith watching on instructed the State of Washington’s history of witch-hunt trials for self-advancement to declare themselves above facts, evidence and laws by simply declaring “So what” to it all. This was after potential jurors who believed in evidence had been kicked out of the jury swimming pool. The team of prosecutors specifically assigned by Prosecutor Dan Satterberg was Prosecutor Nicole Weston, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor Mark Larson. Athena Dean Holtz, WinePress Publishing, Sound Doctrine Church hardtruth.us further details can be had.

5Seattle Times Former Republican state party chairman Chris Vance also says he just signed up for the ACLU. Last weekend, while reading the text of the refugee and Muslim country travel executive order, he said he just couldn’t take it anymore. “I went online and joined the ACLU right then, over my morning coffee,” Vance says. “I did it because they are like the tea party — they know how to fight. It looks like they are going to be the main group filing lawsuits against Donald Trump, so I’m in.” Prime example: It was the national ACLU that filed the first challenges to Trump’s travel restrictions last weekend. The local chapter assisted with the case that resulted Friday in a Seattle judge temporarily halting the order nationwide. Satterberg and Vance are part of the largest surge in ACLU membership in the local chapter’s 85-year history. The group had only 18,000 members statewide before the election. As of Friday, that had soared past 50,000. Fifteen years ago the Washington state chapter had fewer than 10,000 members. Two Republicans signing up hardly qualifies as a trend (journalism rules say you need three for that!). But it could be a glimmer of a notion that some of the needed checks and balances on the Trump administration might, eventually, come from within the GOP. Satterberg said at the forum, held in January, that he joined out of concern the new administration might seek to roll back a number of local justice efforts. Included were reform of police use-of-force practices in Seattle, and alternative approaches to drug enforcement — both initiatives pushed hard by the ACLU. “My hope is that on those issues of local concern, that the White House just leaves us alone,” Satterberg said.