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More Lies and Misleading Statements Spoken in Montana

Wednesday, October 17, 2018, from Missoula

Really, a rally in a hangar not on an air force base?
1. “I love these hangars. I love a hangar. There’s nothing like a hangar. You get out of the plane, you walk over, and we have massive crowds,” says Pres. Trump.
I admit that I would probably buy a T-shirt with the phrase “I love a hangar” on it. Also, away we go!
2. “I wouldn’t want to be the one that walks into your house and says, ‘Give me that gun.’ Right? Nobody has the courage to do that. But Matt is going to protect your Second Amendment.”
Here Trump is relying on one of his oft-repeated falsehoods about those who support gun control measures: That their ultimate goal is confiscation of all guns, including from law-abiding citizens. While there is the occasional radical voice within the gun control movement who suggests something like this, no mainstream Democratic politician has come close to saying it. In fact. both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton expressly rejected the idea that they had any interest in any sort of gun collection program. Trump knows that. He just doesn’t care. Because the prospect of a politician coming to your house and taking your gun is something that works for him politically.
3. “The unemployment rate just fell to the lowest level in over 50 years.”
4. “More Americans are now working than ever before.”
This is also true but with an asterisk. And the asterisk is that there are just more Americans today than there were 50 years ago. So, yes, more are working. Because there are more of them.
5. “That was one of those quickies. I love those states. You know, the polls close. Polls have just closed in the state of Montana. Trump has won Montana.”
The 2016 election ended 710 days ago.
6. “We like the — we like the — it’s just a flowing. They do comma. They don’t do — they do a comma.”
I genuinely have no idea what the hell he is talking about here. But it is flowing. With the comma. You always do the comma.
7. “In a beautiful ceremony at the White House, we proudly swore in the newest member of the United States Supreme Court, Justice Brett Kavanaugh.”
Technically, Kavanuagh was sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice days earlier by Chief Justice John Roberts and retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. The ceremony Trump is referencing here was purely for show

8. “And come Election Day, Americans will remember Kavanaugh and they will remember all sorts of other things, because that was a shameful act.”

There’s no question that the Republican base was fired up in the wake of Brett Kavanuagh’s confirmation fight. Trump — and Republicans — are hoping this passion keeps burning for the next 18 days.
9. “This will be an election of Kavanaugh, the caravan, law and order, and common sense.”
Ads — and polling — suggest this is going to be an election about health care.
10. “But a lot of money has been passing to people to come up and try and get to the border by Election Day, because they think that’s a negative for us. Number one, they’re being stopped. And number two, regardless, that’s our issue.”
OK. So the President of the United States is suggesting money is being paid to people traveling in a caravan headed to try to gain entry into the United States for baldly political reasons — which, I think, he is suggesting are that it will make immigration an issue in the election and that Democrats think they win on that issue. I mean, I think? There’s a whole lot of logic jumps happening here.
11. “The one thing, they stick together, but they wanted that caravan and there are those that say that caravan didn’t just happen. It didn’t just happen. A lot of reasons that caravan, 4,000 people.”
Again, Trump signaling — with zero proof — that Democrats are somehow behind the caravan of immigrants moving toward the US.
14. “Do you ever see when the fake news interviews them? And then they try and cut it, but they — they’ll go to a person holding a sign who gets paid by Soros or somebody, right? That’s what happens.”
Another common Trump conspiracy theory: The news seeks out protesters — and these protesters are paid for by George Soros, the liberal billionaire. This is, um, not true.
15. “But did you see the signs? They’re brand-new. They’re beautiful, the black-and-white signs. Everybody has the same size, right from the finest printer in Washington. Do you think the people — those are not signs made in the basement. They were all identical.”
Trump can keep saying that the protests against Kavanuagh were not organic. But that doesn’t make it true.
16. “It’s a whole — hey, look, there’s a lot of rigged things going on in this country, you know about that. There are a lot of rigged things going on.”
These lines are at the heart of Trump’s appeal. The system is rigged against you, normal person, and only Trump will tell you the truth about it. And only Donald Trump will fight for you, the little guy, against these elites who think they are smarter and better than you.
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17. “Obstruction. You know, I just walked in, and a big, strong guy grabbed me. And he was almost crying. It happens every time. And many times. And he said, sir, ‘Mr. President, thank you so much for saving our country.'”

Two thoughts here: a) How did Trump go from attacking the Mueller probe for looking into whether he obstructed the investigation to a big guy hugging him? b) Trump says that big, strong guys hug him and thank him for saving America outside every rally. Does this actually happen?

18. “He’s — he runs eight times. ‘Sir, I won five elections.’ I said, well, you got me there. I ran once, and I won one election, but it’s the presidency, right? That’s right.”
Always, always, always the obsessions with how he is better and special.
19. “That’s all the time we need to make America great again. Make America great again. Is that — is that maybe the greatest slogan in the history of runs?”
Many people are saying that. Believe me. Big time.
20. “It is incredible the deep state where they don’t even look at her. Isn’t it incredible?”
To be clear: This is the President of the United States openly alleging there is a group of people embedded within the federal bureaucracy who are operating a conspiracy to protect Hillary Clinton and to get him, somehow.
21. “But I like acid-washing, because that really says it. She acid-washes 33,000, so that nobody can ever find — but they’re around some place. I think that maybe — maybe they’re at the State Department.”
It is true that Clinton deleted roughly 50% (or 33,000) of the emails she sent from her private server as secretary of state. Those emails were determined, by a Clinton lawyer, to be personal — and with no professional relevance. As to the idea that the State Department has them, I have no idea what Trump is talking about. Remember that he asked the Russians to try to find those deleted emails during the summer of 2016.
22. “But maybe they’re at the State Department. They could very well be at the Department of Justice, if you can believe that whole deal. But we’re just being quiet. We’re being quiet. Do you know why? There’s been no collusion.”
WHAAAAAAA? So the deleted Clinton emails are either at State or Justice? What proof of this does Trump have? (He doesn’t have any.) Also, why is “collusion” mentioned here???
23. “If I ever called the Russians, the first one to know about it would be the state of Montana, and they wouldn’t be too happy. Can you imagine? Let’s call the Russians? It’s a disgrace.”
The allegation is not that Trump “called” the Russians to help with a state. Its that the Russians, believing that Trump would be a better president for them, ran a campaign of misinformation and interference to try to bring about that result. The intelligence community unanimously affirmed that happened. Trump has never been willing to accept it.
24. “And look at all the women for Trump signs. Here we go again. It’s the same thing. Everyone says, but will he get the women?”
Trump won 41% of women in the 2016 election, according to exit polling. His job approval among women is 28% in the October CNN-SSRS poll.
25. “Everybody else had cloth on their face, and I probably would have, also, cloth that was water, right, wet, on their face. She sat there, hey, what else is new? That’s the way she is.”
In which Trump touts his wife’s toughness because she didn’t put a cloth to her face when smoke entered the cabin of her plane due to a mechanical error. (Everybody was safe.) Remember that for Trump, toughness is everything.
26. “No, Mike is great. We have — we had such great people. We had such great people. And a lot of talented people. And the end result is this is where we are. And we’re doing a lot of good.”
Trump logic flow: Mike Huckabee → great people → talented people → we are where we are → doing a lot of good.
27. “And you walk around in those conditions, you can’t fake it. You can’t fake it. So that’s one good thing. Nobody ever says that any more. That’s one of the — might be one of the best things that’s happened to me in a long time.”
Trump here is touting the fact that people don’t ask whether he wears a toupee any more because he walks around areas devastated by natural disasters and there is a lot of wind blowing. Yes, seriously.
28. “Barbara Walters interviewed me. Do you mind if I play with your hair? Do you

remember that? And then numerous people have done that. But that’s OK. But the choice could not be more clear. Democrats produce mobs. Republicans produce jobs.”

He said these two thing back to back. There are no sentences I omitted. Barbara Walters on his hair to Democrats producing mobs.
29. “Well, it’s big sky. I guess there’s a reason for everything, right? No, it’s just — I got out and I’m looking — I’ve been here many times — but I got out and I’m looking — I say, that really is big sky.”
[looks around, wondering if anyone else is hearing this]
30. “Democrats have become the party of crime. It’s true.”
[narrator voice] It’s not.
31. “I said, I’m going to put that in. I’m going to say that when I make speeches. Nobody’s ever challenged it. Maybe they have. Who knows? I have to always say that, because then they’ll say they did actually challenge it, and they’ll put like — then they’ll say he gets a Pinocchio.”
This is some meta-Trump right here. He explains how he told his aides he was going to start calling Democrats the party of crime, then says no one has ever challenged that assertion, then says they actually have, then says he doesn’t care if it’s true or not.
32. “But Greg is smart. And by the way, never wrestle him. You understand that? Never. Any guy that can do a body slam, he’s my kind of … he was my guy.

Rep. Greg Gianforte pleaded guilty to assaulting a reporter who was asking him questions. HA HA HA HA. Wait, what the actual hell?

33. “But I’ve done so many campaign — I’m so far ahead. But — but we’ve started the wall. And it’s moving. And we’re going to get it, but get me some Republican votes, please.”
One order of world salad, please.
34. “He’s — now, it’s hard for a Republican to win in California, because it’s become, like, crazy. But all of a sudden are Republicans making big progress. It’s going to be very interesting to see what happens in that race.”
Trump is talking here about the California governor’s race. A Los Angeles Times poll that came out two days ago showed Democrat Gavin Newsom with a 23-point lead over Republican John Cox. So….
35. “Justice Kavanaugh, number one in his class at Yale”
Yale doesn’t have class rank.
36. “And in the case especially of Justice Kavanaugh, the lies that were made up, the stories that came out, and he didn’t — he honestly — I’m pretty good at this stuff — he honestly never heard of this stuff. He never heard of it. It was a big con job. You’ve heard me say that. It was a con job.”
Remember that Trump initially said that Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were both teenagers, deserved to be treated with respect and have her story told. Now, of course, he believes her to be part of some sort of secret Democratic plot to oust Kavanaugh. The evidence for this claim? There is none.
37. “Remember? Remember Jon Lovitz, the liar, remember Jon Lovitz? Yeah, yeah, I’m a businessman, that’s right. I went to — yeah, yeah, I went to Harvard. Yeah, that’s right. I went to Harvard. I’m a businessman. That was, like, a female version of Jon Lovitz.
I DO appreciate Trump’s reference to a 1980s “Saturday Night Live” sketch in which Lovitz played Tommy Flanagan aka the Pathological Liar. I’m not sure a man who has said more than 5,000 false or misleading claims in his first 601 days in office should be evoking a pathological liar.
38. “Remember, he challenged me to a fight, and that was fine. And when I said he wouldn’t last long, he’d be down faster than Greg would take him down.”
The President of the United States saying he would punch out the former vice president of the United State faster than a member of Congress assaulted a reporter. All totally normal stuff here!
39. “He’d be down so fast. Remember? Faster than Greg. I’d have to go very fast. I’d have to immediately connect.”
“I will be so presidential, you will be so bored.” — Donald Trump
40. “He’s a handsome, wonderful father.”
41. “A little bit like Justice Kavanaugh, you know, really a very fine, high-quality, handsome guy.”
Two descriptions of former White House physician Ronny Jackson in which Trump says he is “handsome.” This is yet more evidence of how much focus Trump puts on whether people look the part. He views hiring for his administration as casting — and you have to look good to make it on the Trump Show.
42. “I came up with the name Pocahontas, and they once said you must apologize for that. I said, why? Well, it’s not nice what you’re doing. I said, OK, I’d like to apologize to the real Pocahontas.”
Classic Trump. Deriding Elizabeth Warren by referring to her as a famous Native American woman isn’t his problem, it’s the problem of the political correctness police.
43. “By the way, they keep saying, will he do well with women? Remember last time? They said the same thing. We did — we did very well with women. I think I probably won because of women, I hate to tell you, men.”
He got 41% of women’s votes. So, he definitively did not win because of women.
44. “Do you know that we have the hottest economy, as big as we are? We were going down. We have the hottest economy on Earth. People are moving back in.”
Economy! So hot right now!
45. “Because we are American and our hearts bleed red, white, and blue. You know that.”
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The Dailey Sun~Chronicles – June 7th Issue Theme “Human Error”

That Was the Week That Was in America

“Let It Be”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyOs2abOYXg

 

 

In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Las Vegas, Nevada [Carson City is the state capital]

Now the Golden Knights are down 1-3 in the Stanley Cup Finals. A backyard fire spread to three homes causing over $650K in damage. A winning $2 bet on Las Vegas will only recover (500 to 1) $1,000.

 

Dateline: Hobbs, New Mexico

The Catholic Church is investigating reports that a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe is weeping.

 

Dateline: Fairbanks, Alaska [ JEW-no is the state capital ]

State animal control have released a plan to reduce the number of fornicating rabbits since their population increased by 1,000%.

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

Dateline: Columbia, South Carolina [state capital]

Lottery officials state that Christmas Day winners will not be paid $35 million in prizes because there was a glitch whereby everyone was made a winner.

Dateline: Orono, Maine

A new genetic strain is being released by the University of Maine of a gourmet item, “Pinto Gold.” Speculation is that it tastes more like pinto beans than potatoes.

Dateline: Richmond, Virginia [state capital]

Another month has been given to a commission that is deciding what to do with dozens of Confederate monuments.

Dateline: Sarasota, Florida

The On Eternal Patrol Memorial Reef will be constructed on the ocean floor off the Gulf of Mexico to honor more than 4,000 submarine crewman, who have died since 1900. Critics wonder if the Trump Administration did the math underestimating the total number of human deaths.

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In the American Heartland . .

Dateline: Oswego, Illinois [ no Chicago is not the state capital ]

The school principal issued a stout apology of a yearbook picture of cheerleaders under a banner headline “No one ugly allowed.”

Dateline: Lansing, Michigan [state capital]

Gasoline prices have risen 32 cents a gallon during the last month. State officials don’t realize that drivers in California have been paying more than $4.00 per gallon for many more months.

Dateline: Cleveland, Tennessee

Feds acknowledged that the did a DEA raid on a family’s home erroneously.

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

 

Dateline: Grand Junction, Colorado

A local state college – Colorado Mesa University – plans to build a campus specializing in culinary and hospitality programs for $15.7 million or less. Observers wonder why it will be located so far west within the state of Colorado and why it will be situated next to the region’s mental hospital.

 

copyright MMXVIII – Max’s Scout Services & Communications of the Americas –

“The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles”

Sheriff Department Accused of Police Brutality of Senior, Disabled Man Inside Redwood City Jail

SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO

DAVID A. DAILEY

 

Plaintiff,

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COUNTY OF SAN MATEO

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COMPLAINT

 

 

HEARING DATE:  August 9, 2018

 

TIME:   9:00 a.m.

 

DEPT:   21

 

 

Judge:   To be determined

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAUSE OF ACTION(S)

In violation of California Penal Code Section 15385, County jailhouse officers brutally used excessive force injuring the Plaintiff.

Pursuant to California Government Code Sections 8201 and 8216, the County Sheriff and County Health System unlawfully detained, mistreated, and handled the Plaintiff.

The Plaintiff alleges Defendants severely injured and failed to provide prudent medical attention.

Proper medical attention was not offered at both the jailhouse and medical center.

Mr. Dailey alleges that he was savagely beaten three times inside the Redwood City jail, between noon and 6:00 p.m., after he was falsely arrested in West Menlo Park on Fathers’ Day 2017, Sunday, June 18.

The elderly, disabled Plaintiff was not trying to escape nor provided resistance and was without any weapon.

Mr. Dailey was a victim of violent crimes and was not accorded California Marsy’s Law protections.

The Plaintiff was stripped of all clothing prior to 6:00 p.m. by four, five, or six of his jailers and left for hours on the floor in solitary confinement. His eyeglasses, right writing hand, and sternum (chest) were broken due to the unprovoked actions of the jailers. He was given peanut butter sandwiches to eat; the plaintiff is severely allergic to peanuts.

The Plaintiff was transported to San Mateo Medical Center via ambulance; only after there was a change of shift around midnight of the jailhouse Sheriff personnel.

Rather than treating Mr. Dailey’s injuries, medical personnel in the County’s San Mateo Medical Center Emergency Room sedated him.

The Plaintiff awoke in the Psychiatric Unit and was promptly released mid-morning on June 19, 2017, by the attending psychiatrist, Dr. John Herbert, MD.

Upon release without bail by the County of San Mateo Medical and Sheriff Department personnel, the Plaintiff promptly received medical treatment from Palo Alto Medical Foundation.

The Plaintiff has been subject to non-criminal data recording by the Defendant. It has adversely affected dealings with peace officers along the San Francisco Peninsula. It is a violation of the Plaintiff’s civil rights and a very poor business practice.

a) The Defendant’s actions were inappropriate, using excessive force, unreasonable, and violated the Plaintiff’s civil rights. Pursuant to California Penal Code Section 15385, the Defendant’s behavior was without adequate probable cause, unreasonable, and led to physical and mental harm and property loss.

b) The Plaintiff was unlawfully handled and detained by the Defendants, relevant to People v. Medina, 110 CA 4th 171 (2003). Pursuant to California Government Code Sections 8201 and 8216, police officers have a limited right to detain persons.

c) The Defendant never read the Plaintiff his Miranda Rights, which was affirmed in People v.

Boyer 48 C3rd 247 (1989). The Plaintiff was tightly handcuffed behind his back and forced to sit in a squad car although he was under doctor’s care for his right arm, hand, and shoulder. The Plaintiff was unlawfully frisked under circumstances similar to People v. Spicer (1984) 157 CA3rd 213, and People v. Avila 58 CA4th 1069 (1997).

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The Plaintiff attempted and has been unable to resolve issues with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and the County of San Mateo Health System on at least four (4) occasions:

1)      The County Sheriff Department, Internal Affairs, a.k.a. Professional Standards Bureau did not return phone calls nor advise the Plaintiff in-writing after these events were reported to them on June 21, 2017 (case number 17-06415) nor did the Sheriff’s Office forward this case to the County of San Mateo District Attorney for either investigation or prosecution.

2) A formal complaint with the California Department of Public Health.

3)      Numerous phone calls were made to the Sheriff’s Office, voicemails left with two Under Sheriffs, and calls to the Sergeant in charge of the Professional Standards Bureau. A report was filed and their response was unsatisfactory

4)      The Plaintiff made a presentation at two meetings of the County Board of Supervisors during 2017.

 

 

DAMAGES INCURRED BY PLAINTIFF

The Defendant’s misconduct led to the Plaintiff’s mental distress, physical harm, and personal property damage. The Plaintiff was placed on medical leave (in June 2017) and eventually was terminated by Safeway – Grocery Works in October 2017.

In the days following incarceration during mid-June 2017, the Plaintiff suffered from cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spinal injuries, loss of use of his writing hand, and chest injuries with many symptoms that did not subside until February 2018. He was too ill to go on an out-of-state business trip, was either homeless or had to reside in an East Palo Alto homeless shelter, and lost potential income from June 19, 2017 through April 2018.

The Defendants – County of San Mateo Sheriff’s Department and the County of San Mateo Health System – and its appointed and elected managers are liable for damages per Bowling v. United States, 740 F. Supp. 2d 1240 (2010)

RELIEF SOUGHT & COMPENSATION AGREEMENT

1)  The Plaintiff asks for relief and compensation of $90,000.00, in addition, as well as any injunctive relief and punitive damages that the Court deems appropriate.

2)  The Plaintiff will demand $50,000.00 each time a Sheriff Deputy or Police Officer stops  to question the Plaintiff on-the-street, from April 9, 2018, until which time this lawsuit is settled. This is a public embarrassment. Mr. Dailey has been a candidate for Congress twice and ran for the California State Senate once.

For instance, a balding, intimidating officer stopped Mr. Dailey on El Camino Real. He was getting a bus to the doctor’s office in Palo Alto. He detained me and Bus Driver 1130 at 12:30 pm. on August 29, 2016. He bitched about the Plaintiff  “obstructing Justice” while he was issuing a moving violation ticket to two Asian-Americans in a BMW.

3)  The Plaintiff will demand an additional $50,000.00 each time a California-licensed peace officer (police or fire department professional) questions the Plaintiff about Mr. Dailey’s past experiences with the County of San Mateo Sheriff Department or the City of Menlo Park Police Department.

4) Peace Officers shall be prosecuted by the County of San Mateo District Attorney’s Office for any and all violations of California’s Marsy’s Law.  MPPD uniformed cops are not exempt from prosecution. Furthermore, peace officers and (emphasis added) emergency response personnel (in particular, AMR Ambulance crew-members Kimberley and Austin; offenders during the ride between Menlo Park and San Mateo Medical Center on Sunday, July 16, 2017, at approximately Noon PDT) must be held at a higher level of responsibility. No one should be allowed to be negligent – whether their be acts of commission or acts of professional care omission – “torture” past victims of violent crimes, especially those instances specifically protected under Marsy’s Law.

5) The Plaintiff asks that 1,000,000.000 be awarded to Menlo.Church’s “Hearts 4 the Homeless Committee.”

6)  The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to Menlo. Church’s H. E. L. P. (Hope – Encouragement – Love – and Prayer) Ministry

8) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to The Legion of Mary, a Roman Catholic organization, managed from Newton Station, Pennsylvania.

7) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to Menlo. Church’s Saturday Morning Men’s Bible Study Fellowship Ministry.

8) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri) for the St. Niklas / St. Nicholas Conference, located in Western Colorado, Archdiocese of Denver, for the Counties of James Garfield (Glenwood Springs region), Pitkin (Aspen area), and American Eagle (Vail, CO, vicinity).

9) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to The Youth Club of East Palo Alto administered by the Archdiocese of San Francisco Catholic Charities, St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church, 1425 Bay Road, EPA.

10) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to the St. Ray’s Building and Grounds Committee at St. Raymond Roman Catholic Church and (K-8) School, located at 1100 Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park.

11) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000.000.00 be awarded to (Daniel) Kininger Painting and Contracting. This contractor will hire previously unemployed, homeless, and disabled.

12)  The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to the Mental Health   Association of San Mateo County, administered from 2686 Spring Street, Redwood City.

13) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000.000.00 be awarded to Max’s Scout Services & Communications of the Americas, 2995 Woodside Road, State Hwy. 84, Woodside, California.

14)  The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to “Friends of St. Anthony’s Dining Room”, located at 3500 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park, as administered by Arnold S., Mark W., Joel S., John X., Tony X., Rob X, and Matthew X., and their appointed five (5) -person steering committee.

15) The Plaintiff asks that $1,000,000.00 be awarded to the Memorial Student-Athlete Book Scholarship Fund – in the memory of six (6) saints: Bishara “Bob” David Elias Wehab, Betsy (of Alys Grace women’s shop), Walker Eberwine (former student at King’s Academy high school), Ann Flegel (former teacher), Tiki Teddy Iz Rumpkin (service and show French bulldog), and Chuck Sherron (wellness professional and Christian advocate for the homeless).

The Plaintiff reserves the right to a jury trial.

The Plaintiff reserves the right to participate in a class action settlement against the County.

 

The Plaintiff reserves the right to pursue further litigation in federal court.

 

DATED: April 9, 2018

 

Oh My, Menlo P. D.

A THREE MINUTE PRESENTATION BY D.A.D. TO THE COUNCIL

(The Dailey Sun-Chronicles ~ 12/15/2015 ~ MENLOUGH PARK, CALIFORNIA) –

David A. “Buck” Dailey attended the city council’s last meeting of the 2015 year and suggested that Menlo act more like a city or reincorporate into a town government. Councilmember and outgoing Mayor Charlene “Let them Eat Cake” Carlton was absent and California assemblymember candidate P. Ohtaki was late for this meeting.

Having not received a response from the contracted City Attorney Bill McClure nor any councilmember, on December 24, 2015, David filed citizen’s complaints against five (5) MPPD uniformed officers. There were separate incidents during November in downtown Menlo Park that are documented (MPPD Case # 15-3468 , # 15-3531 , # 15-3661).

On January 4, 2016, David filed three (3) stolen property reports based upon four events between September and December 2015. More data is being sought about the particulars of being without two cell phones and an unmatching set of luggage (Case # 16-27) taken from the victim either along Santa Cruz Avenue or from historic Fremont Park.

Editors’ Notes:

  1. D.A.D. has earned Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Manager (CM), and Registered Environmental Assessor (REA) designations with a M.S. in Public Health and Safety from Indiana University at Bloomington and received two post-graduate certificates from the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC). He supports activities of small business owners, Occupy San Francisco Peninsula, the Sequoia Union High School District, and has also practiced as a legislative advocate in three and as a paralegal in two states.
  2. On November 10, 2015, D.A.D. announced that he would run for the open U.S. Senate seat.
  3. On November 2, 2015, D.A.D. attended a community meeting about safety in unincorporated West Menlo Park which was held at Las Lomitas School in Atherton and arranged by City of Menlo Park Councilman Robert Mueller. It was attended by County of San Mateo Supervisor and former Sheriff Don Horsley, the City’s Chief of Police Robert Jonsen, and at least a dozen other City officials. No follow-up on neighbors’ concerns was given, promised, or arranged for a later date. It became apparent that these officials believe the annexation of county-administered lands are imminent; in reality, most county residents are against such action.
  4. In 1992, D.A.D. lost an U.S. congressional race [to Anna Eshoo who is still employed in the D. C. ~ giving away American jobs locally via visas and green-cards] and in 1994 he tried to obtain more votes than popular Stanford Law Professor Tom Campbell to work in Sacramento becoming a California State Senator for human rights and services. D.A.D. spent over seven years at Lockheed during the Cold War, about seven years after graduation from Indiana University at Bloomington.
  5. After service between 2003 and 2008 as a California Departments of Public Health and Health Services’ Health Facilities Evaluator, he was illegally terminated and narrowly lost his judicial appeal versus current California Attorney General Kamala Harris, who now insists on running into the United States Senate.
  6. D.A.D. is a Past President of the Sons of the American Revolution – Silicon Valley Chapter – State Director of the National Safety Management Society, former International Director of Communications for the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Past President of three Toastmaster clubs, and officer of two Bay Area chapters of the ASSE.
  7. Buck Dailey is a publisher, author of books, screenplays, and web-blogs, Obama campaigner during the last two presidential races, comedian and humorist, sports and culinary critic, business administrator, and environmental, health, security, and safety engineer.

D.A.D.’s presentation focus was about better public transportation (SamTrans / Redi-Wheels paratransit / CalTrain) and local police work.

“In Chicago, Protect and Serve is on every police car. I see none of this in Menlo Park,” he stated.

“I was fortunate to buy my first house in unincorporated Menlo Park (in the Las Lomitas Elementary School District – still one of the five best in the entire State of California) in November, 1986.”

David implied that because of poor driving habits, lack of traffic controls and lighting, removal of SamTrans bus services, and a refusal of peace officers directing traffic, that the safety of pedestrians, bicyclists, and drivers is at-risk. Engineering and administrative methods by public works or police agencies would alleviate the traffic congestion during the morning commute, lunch-time period, and the long evening commute. Furthermore, the City of Menlo Park has done little to solve their own issues along Willow Road, Santa Cruz Avenue, Middlefield Road, and the El Camino Real.

The Menlo Park Police Department has a public persona that they focus on giving moving violation tickets and parking tickets; doing nothing to help ease traffic congestion. It was pointed out that for a SamTrans Route 296 bus rider to travel from Sequoia Station Redwood City through Menlo Park to either the Veterans Administration or East Palo Alto – it takes more than an hour – almost every Monday through Friday afternoon. SamTrans Routes ECR, 86, and 286 are also delayed.

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FYI, his [D.A.D. 4 U.S. Senate] platform includes:

    • Restore faith and confidence in federally-managed programs.
    • Be reasonable with demands on government and quasi-government agencies.
    • Reaffirm ‘States’ Rights’, with the exception of federal adjudication.
    • Let county governments work on more important issues that biking. Fund their health care programs without the “middle-man” of state government administration costs.
    • Get state police (i.e. California Highway Patrol) to focus on higher priorities than soccer-mom driving?
    • Demand that local elected and appointed officials solve their internal problems.
    • Protect consumer rights.
    • Boycott free newspapers and their advertisers that do not practice ‘responsible journalism.’ Therefore, no fear-mongering, reduce sensationalism, write truthfully and factually, and promote good news.
    • Find better means of energy consumption and public transportation.
    • Restore regional public transit quality. For example, add Sam Trans/A-C Transit/VTA and improved Cal-Train and BART train and bus services to communities.
    • Appropriate funds for employment and retraining of U.S. high school graduates, before offering more green-cards and work visas.
    • Ensure proper Veterans Administration benefits, reeducation, and professional services.
    • Reform the federal tax code and put space travel ‘on the backburner.’
    • Determine an equitable immigration system that encourages the naturalization of citizens.
    • Plan to improve education, for both public schools and private entities: A) at home, B) in schools, and C) during after-school activities [i.e. Menlo Park Lyceum]. Educate youth about the “Buddy System” for safety.
    • Facilitate air quality boards, clean water agencies, and local zoning commissions revise improved public policies.
    • Put an end to the “Yellow Dragon” Asian acquisition of the American land, treasures, and assets. Apply the Monroe Doctrine to fight Communism except for Cuban relations.
    • Support elected officials (like the current efforts of California Senator Jerry Hill) who have represented the people (of the County of San Mateo) very well.
    • Work with the office of United States Senator Dianne Feinstein before, during, and after 2016 congressional hearings discussing the dreaded houseless populations.
    • Endorse that the Americas take issues in prayer to God, first. Then involve clergy, legislatures, social workers, courts, neighbors, and friends.
    • Allow Christians to behave as Christians; more will appreciate learning about the life of Jesus Christ, Son of God and the B. V. M.
    • Utilize ‘The Brothers’ for issue resolution and decrease stressors on the court systems.
    • Elect not an ass but D. A. D. for United States Senator from Northern California in 2016 and support his sports writing at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics.
    • Make housing more affordable, safer, and livable!

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