Whether or not we like it, discrimination is part of life. People discriminate all the time. Some forms of discrimination go relatively unnoticed. Other times it can not be ignored. Discrimination can be a good thing or bad thing. But there are some forms of discrimination that are unlawful. Unlawful discrimination includes making hiring and firing decisions based on one's ethnicity, age, race, gender, culture, political affiliation, religion etc. Another example of unlawful discrimination is when a place of business open to the public denies someone equal access to goods or services based on their ethnicity, age, race, gender, culture, political affiliation, religion, etc. Anti-discrimination laws are designed to protect people from being treated differently because of who they are and what they believe.
Many people view anti-discrimination laws as government overreach in private business operations. They will argue that the government has no right to tell them who they can or can not do business with. It's a private business, if you don't like our rules go somewhere else.
In a more perfect world, with legitimate free markets, no banking class, virtually no government at all, or in a country with a completely homogeneous demographic, discriminating about who you do business with makes sense. Unfortunately, the world is far from perfect and America is considered a melting pot of demographics and also has a massive government that makes the USSR look like it was sustainable. Therefore, in the interests of keeping the peace and preventing warfare between business owners, it makes sense to have a standard operating procedure when a business is open to the public. Regardless if you agree or not with anti-discrimination laws, they are a thing. For now.
California is considered to have the most comprehensive anti-discrimination laws of any state in the nation. The Ralph Civil Rights Act, the Tom Bane Civil Rights Act, and the Unruh Civil Rights Act are three examples of California taking anti-discrimination laws further than those of other state and federal laws. All three civil right acts have built in civil penalties of up to $25,000 to deter acts of discrimination and any attempts to deprive someone of their rights. The civil penalty is a way to bring justice in the form of financial compensation when these civil rights laws are broken.
If you read through these civil rights acts you will see they mention how an attorney general, district attorney, or city attorney may take up the case on behalf of someone who was discriminated against. I will call them government attorneys. The reason behind this is because many people who encounter a criminal action against them do not have the financial or legal means to file a lawsuit against the perpetrator(s).
Somehow, a government attorney has no accountability if they discriminate against someone that faced a criminal action against them. A perfect example of laws for ye but not for me built right into the legal system. Government attorneys throughout the country can unlawfully discriminate against the very people they were (s)elected to serve.
Let's say you are an LGBTQAI+ clown robot whose self hate manifests as forcing society to accept you. One day a big bad white man decides to smash your face in because he absolutely despises clown robots. The government attorney can take a look at your case and straight up throw those pesky civil rights laws to the curb because he also hates clown robots. You read that right, a government attorney does not have to follow anti-discrimination laws or whether they prosecute on your behalf. They can discriminate with impunity, in violation of the law.
If you don't have the financial or legal means to bring litigation against your attacker then you are out of luck and out of justice. Fortunately for you Mr/Ms/Hers/Her/They/Their/Dr clown robot, you are in luck. The de facto government absolutely loves clown robots and will quickly come to your aid without hesitation.
Although, one would never know if they only pretend to tolerate you because they are forced to. They are bound to an agenda pushed by those higher up the chain of command which embraces a communistic approach to government. They call it JEDI (justice, equity, diversity, inclusion) and use it as a trojan horse to target their biggest enemies. Freedom, liberty, private property, justice for all, and anyone who is not part of the cult of statist chattle.
Maybe another discrimination example is in order here. One from the other side of the fence to help make the "its just a mask", "its just an experimental injection" crowd get the point. Mpox formerly known as Monkeypox is the perfect way to help you understand what discriminating about discrimination is all about. Monkeypox is supposedly a virus that is spreading due to the LGBTQAI+ clown robots being extremely equitable with their butt holes. The World Health Organization declared Monkeypox a public health emergency. In the interest of slowing the spread of monkeypox, clown robots are no longer allowed access to businesses or pubic transportation without wearing an N-95 mask over their butt holes. If you do not follow these orders you will be fined, penalized, and quarantined. We can't prove that you are a public health threat but you better fucking do what we tell you or else. Don't worry, we have an experimental monkeypox vaccine in the works. All clown robots will be required to show proof of monkeypox vaccination in order to enter a place of business, use public transportation, or for international travel. By the way.. the monkeypox vaccine does not prevent infection or transmission and it will sterilize all clown robots.
Did that make the point? I think so. Clown robots have brains right?
The Ralph Civil Rights Act and The Tom Bane Civil Rights Act are regularly cited in litigation against police officers and other government agents. In fact, a lot of discrimination, deprivation of rights, and hate crimes are committed by government employees.
One such example occurred in 2020. Stacey Simon, head of the Mono County Inc. legal counsel drafted legislation on behalf of the Board of Supervisors for Covid-19 administrative penalties and procedures. In this legislation the de facto Mono County Inc. and their legal counsel attempted to deprive people of their rights under color of law with threats, intimidation, and coercion through fines, penalties and forced quarantine imprisonment. A violation of the Tom Bane Civil Rights Act.
Quoted below are sections taken from a draft of the Covid-19 administrative penalties and procedures.
FINDINGS AND PURPOSE:
"C. Issuance of administrative penalties provides a significant deterrent to violating Public Health Orders respecting COVID-19, will help promote compliance with contact tracing and any resulting isolation and quarantine orders, social distancing requirements, the wearing of facial coverings and other means of controlling the spread of COVID-19. "
VIOLATION AND ENFORCEMENT:
C. County Discretion. Use of this Ordinance shall be at the sole discretion of the County, its officers, agents and employees
ISSUANCE OF CITATION; PENALTY AMOUNTS:
B. Issuance of Citation. Any Responsible Party violating any provision of a COVID-19 Order may be issued an Administrative Citation by an Enforcement Officer. The Enforcement Officer may issue a Citation for a violation not committed in his or her presence, if he or she determines through investigation, including but not limited to credible input from County staff, that the Responsible Party did commit or is otherwise responsible for the violation.
E. Penalty Amount – Non-commercial Activity. The civil penalty for each violation involving a non-commercial activity shall be a fine not to exceed $250.
F. Penalty Amount – Commercial Activity. The civil penalty for each violation involving a commercial activity shall be a fine not to exceed $500 for the first occurrence, $1000 for the second occurrence and $2,000 for each subsequent occurrence.
[Translation - You must obey our orders! The county officers, agents, and employees will discriminate with impunity! You will obey our demands or you will be fined and quarantined! Screw your religion, screw your beliefs, screw your health, screw your rights, screw your freedom, screw your private property, screw your livelihood! To hell with people like you who do not follow our orders! We will make you pay for your non-compliance!]
This piece of legislation drafted by the de facto Mono County agents is full blown discrimination. A clear attempt to deprive people of their rights under color of law. After some alterations to the above sections, this legislation eventually passed with 4/5 votes. 4 more violations of the Tom Bane Civil Rights Act. 4 x roughly 13,000 people in the county whose rights were attempted to be interfered with by threats, intimidation, coercion, fines, penalties, and quarantines. That is a shit ton of Bane Act violations!
Let's be honest though, most of the people in Mono County don't give a shit about their rights. They willingly comply with whatever the government and media tell them to do. Even when they don't agree. This doesn't change the fact that the laws that protect their rights were violated. They have the right to seek civil charges and damages down the road if they so choose. There are no statute of limitations for public officials that commit crimes while in office. Eventually all those soulless lawyers throughout the state will jump on the easy money train of Bane Act violations throughout 2020 and 2021. Just a matter of setting the precedent, which is not an easy task when nearly the entire government and B.A.R. association is in cahoots.
In a recent Mono County Inc. board meeting, one of the agenda items pertained to a Mono County Social Media Policy. They are attempting to set perimeters for how a county employee may communicate on their personal social media accounts when it is work related. Wait... what about the 1st amendment and the whole "shall make no law respecting free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech"? Well according to Stacey Simon, they are not violating the first amendment. They are only reminding people of the "boundaries of the first amendment", recommending things and setting "best practices". However, if your speech is considered discrimination or harassment etc, then the county can step in and take action against you as your employer.
What the... that doesn't sound right. The government which is bound to adhere to the first amendment is setting boundaries on the 1st amendment? Since when is it legal for a government to set boundaries on the first amendment for county employees? Now you know for sure its not your local government, just a corporation masquerading as your government.
So the same individuals involved in discriminatory and hate promoting Covid-19 policies are now playing the discrimination and harassment card when it comes to county employees social media accounts. Let's say you work for Mono County Inc. One day Bob Lawton and Bob Gardner are bare-assed on the copy machines bragging about getting their 6th booster and they start talking shit about anyone who is not fully vaccinated. Later that day, you call them out on your personal social media page for being the assholes they are. The county can then take disciplinary action against you. In another example, let's say you don't like what the government is doing and speak out against it... you are subject to disciplinary action. Stacey Simon is attempting to deprive county employees of their right to free speech with threat and intimidation by disciplinary action. Gotta keep those order followers following orders somehow eh?
On a slightly different tune, but same subject, Stacey Simon is discriminating about discrimination. When a county employee's communication is considered discriminatory or harassment, the county can take disciplinary action. But when Stacey Simon, Bob Lawton, and the de facto Mono County Board of Supervisors draft legislation that is discriminatory, NO BIG DEAL!
The clip below on the left shows an example of discrimination sponsored by the individuals who run Mono County Inc. Dubbed the Rosa Parks moment of the eastern sierra, in an act of defiance few dared to take, Good Citizen unveils his face on public transportation in protest of the mask policy. The result of his action singled him out, putting his safety in jeopardy from other passengers on the bus who lashed out against him. The hatred in their voices was palpable. One man even encouraged the police to commit an act of violence against Good Citizen. The bus driver demanded he put on his mask and denied him service without even considering the exemptions in the governors order. A violation of the Tom Bane Civil Rights Act. The de facto Mono County officials, along with the leadership at Eastern Sierra Transit conspired against the rights of everyone who would not or could not wear a mask. In part by a one sided policy which did not emphasize mask exemptions or individual rights. Their conspiracy against rights turned to deprivation of rights when they denied equal access. Whether it be for religious, health, age, science, constitutional reasons, exemptions be damned! As the Caltrans District 9 changeable message sign that was contracted out by the Town of Mammoth Lakes on highway 203 said... MASK REQUIRED!
The clip below on the right shows Stacey Simon discuss what she considers to be the "boundaries" of the 1st amendment and how they relate to a county employee's personal social media account. In stark contrast to her highly discriminatory hate and harassment promoting Covid-19 policies, Stacey Simon labels discrimination and harassment as a violation of the law.