It seems a little late now that all the elected branches of government are dominated by them, but might as well make it nice and legal.
Being a communist would no longer be a fireable offense for California government employees under a bill passed Monday by the state Assembly.
But voting for Trump still is.
It would eliminate part of the law that allows public employees to be fired for being a member of the Communist Party. Employees could still be fired for being members of organizations they know advocate for overthrowing the government by force or violence.
Except the two are one and the same. But the left has different standards for groups advocating the overthrow of the government… that they agree with.
The bill updates an outdated provision in state law, said Assemblyman Rob Bonta, the San Francisco Bay Area Democrat who authored the measure.
Bay Area Democrat? I’m shocked.
“This bill is blatantly offensive to all Californians,” said Assemblyman Travis Allen, a Republican who represents a coastal district in Southern California. “Communism stands for everything that the United States stands against.”
The United States, maybe. Parts of California though, not so much. A one-party state that goes bankrupt on government spending while destroying businesses? Da, Comrade.