Exploratory Committee Time

The Munson Exploratory Committee is being established to see if I have potential to run in the 35th Congressional District. The goal is to provide a fresh perspective for the residents of our district that covers the Los Angeles County city of Pomona, portions of Riverside County in Eastvale, San Bernardino County cities of Montclair, Chino, Ontario, portions of Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, and Upland.

I have lived in the district for over 40 years, graduated from Chaffey High School and UC Riverside and have previously worked in the public and private sectors from working in a warehouse to helping customers in the public sector.

The first issue is we can do better than our incumbent Norma Torres. There are better ways to accomplish the goals she desires without leading to negative externalities. Our border cannot be a blue light special to call the days of department store K-Mart, yes there are countless people who want to be part of our nation, but we cannot just let people in with no accountability. The issue of abortion should not be in polar extremes where our congress member holds the absolutist position where abortion should happen on demand for any reason where the taxpayer must pay for it.

We also can do better than my party’s two-time challenger Mike Cargile. We had problems getting challengers to run in this district in years past and I tried to be a team player by helping him get on the ballot the first time. Mike ended up getting in the cross hairs of the leftist media and went unendorsed twice for being a loose cannon. Yes, we may have differences with diverse groups, but we should not blanketly target communities. We should attack the ideas that may cause offense instead.

We are representing people where we cannot utilize our personal perspectives entirely, but we must make sure we are getting the best result possible for our district and our nation. I am here not to be crazy, and I am here not to be nasty. I am here to articulate a sorely needed different point of view.

If you are ready to sign my petition in the fall or donate to my campaign I will be ready to see if we are ready to launch.

The State of the Campaign

Money is tight, Id rather have money for emergencies or an economic downturn in our nation/society. Two other guys decided to pull papers and pay the $1197, and the probability of having a three person pissing match for a race that No Republican has a prayer to win even if Fernando Valenzuela ran as a Republican.

I do thank the supporters of my 2014, 2018 and my 2022 attempt. Only way I might consider pulling the trigger IS if no one submits their paperwork by March 4th, I may submit the check on the 7th, get the paperwork on the 8th and submit my three signatures to be on the ballot.

If people seriously want to be part of races like this, they should be involved in their county Republican Party or other allied groups first to have a base of support so their campaign is not as difficult.

My focus on 2022 is to find long term employment, improve my health and have a better future.

Thank You

Supply Chain Issues In Our State

California and the nation do deserve better. The misguided policies from our Democratic Party politicians are the reason why the Pacific Ocean has a sea of cargo ships waiting to dock at our ports. We need to repeal AB 5 which makes independent contractors who traditionally helped deliver cargo from the ports redundant. Legislators such as Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez (D-Pomona) and Senator Connie Leyva (D-Chino) voted for this.

Opening the ports 24/7 is not going to solve the issue, we need truckers to help deliver the products. If we do not have the truckers, the ports will still be clogged. Our ports and the unionized longshore people will suffer when companies move the freight to the east coast. We need AB 5 repealed.

If we want to help working families and stop the inflation crisis of 2021, we need action in 2022. Call your Democratic Party legislators today.

Bad California Legislation

I understand we all want the Covid-19 situation to be resolved, but Sacramento is going to make the situation even worse. AB 455 is going to ask people to show their vaccination proof to utilize non-food and non-religious services and AB 1102 is about mandating people to be vaccinated to be employed.

These bills were not there from the beginning, they were carved out of other pieces of legislation at the last minute. Even though I am vaccinated, my health issues should be none of the business of our government, our employers and store clerks. I should decide when I want a covid-19 booster on my terms, not on state or federal terms.

The big concern I see is 60% of African Americans are not vaccinated and older people like my father are not going to carry a smart phone to show proof of vaccination which will cause issues.

Call and write your state legislators ASAP!

Facebook is a Rigged Game

If your not to the left of Kamala Harris, expect to get Facebook demerits and be sent to the Facebook gulag once or twice a year. Facebook is not a worthy company for Republican Party supporters to patronize because our time spent there is actually being used against us.

Now is the time to start using programs such as Telegram and Signal for communication instead of Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp.

Parler may not be perfect, but I may come back there. People need to consider other options and help decrease Zuck’s power.

Mega Thread on Mail in Voting

Links of articles to share to your friends and family. Instead of mailing in your ballots turn them in to the official county drop in sites or ballot harvest with your political party (in California) if you are not able to vote at the polls.

Links brought to you by the donald web site.

Confessions of a voter fraud: I was a master at fixing mail-in ballots https://nypost.com/2020/08/29/political-insider-explains-voter-fraud-with-mail-in-ballots/

Cat gets voter reg app https://www.foxnews.com/us/dead-cat-voter-registration-application

Local news experiment https://youtu.be/pPP7Dx8Yq5k

Chaos in NY. The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/07/new-york-election-failure-mail-in-voting/614446/

Skid Row signatures for cigarettes https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8578247/Four-men-admit-paying-homeless-people-LAs-Skid-Row-join-voter-fraud-scheme.html

Obama mail in voting https://youtu.be/EuiDBcWa7W0

Guilty plea in Philly: https://www.justice.gov/usao-edpa/pr/us-attorney-william-m-mcswain-announces-charges-and-guilty-plea-former-philadelphia

CBS Experiment shows mail in voting flaw: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/covid-19-vote-by-mail-ballot-counted-election/#app

Mail in ballots for dead people: https://publicinterestlegal.org/blog/court-brief-thousands-of-dead-duplicated-registrants-could-get-mail-ballots-in-new-mexico/

New Jersey Ballots: https://www.nj.com/somerset/2020/06/misprinted-ballots-with-democratic-candidates-mailed-to-republicans-in-this-nj-town.html

Unauthorized absentee ballots: https://www.14news.com/2020/06/17/woman-accused-mailing-checked-off-ballot-requests-makes-court-appearance/

GOP voter fraud: https://www.salon.com/2019/07/31/gop-operative-indicted-for-n-c-election-fraud-now-charged-with-ballot-rigging-in-another-race

West Dallas: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/elections/2017/05/08/criminal-investigation-opens-into-west-dallas-voter-fraud-after-off-the-charts-allegations/

Millions of extra registrants: https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/judicial-watch-finds-millions-of-extra-registrants-on-voting-rolls-warns-california-pennsylvania-north-carolina-colorado-virginia-to-clean-up-voting-rolls-or-face-a-fed/

Guilty in NY: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/officials-plead-guilty-in-new-york-voter-fraud-case

South Texas Vote Harvesting: https://www.npr.org/2015/07/07/413463879/in-rio-grande-valley-some-campaign-workers-are-paid-to-harvest-votes

6 felonies in Michigan: https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/oakland-county/2019/09/23/southfield-city-clerk-charged-six-felonies-november-2018-election/2416101001/

North Carolina: https://www.newyorker.com/news/dispatch/the-tearful-drama-of-north-carolinas-election-fraud-hearings

Florida fraud: https://www.insidesources.com/mail-in-ballots-make-voter-fraud-easy-i-know-because-i-did-it/

Voter fraud in NJ: https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/06/26/1_in_5_ballots_rejected_as_fraud_is_charged_in_nj_mail-in_election_143551.html

Ballot harvesting investigation: https://thetexan.news/alleged-ballot-harvesting-in-harris-county-prompts-investigation-request-by-secretary-of-state Whitehouse Voter fraud PDF: https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/docs/pacei-voterfraudcases.pdf

Voter Fraud Database: https://www.heritage.org/voterfraud/search

Miss counted absentee ballots Detroit https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/wayne-co-board-of-canvassers-asking-sos-to-investigate-miscounted-absentee-ballots-in-aug-primary

The Middle Ground on Face Coverings

Face coverings has been a contentious issue in our nation in dealing with the Covid-19 situation. One side believes that by covering ourselves up we will help prevent infection, while others are saying that face coverings are a threat to personal liberty.

Just because infections increased a day after the decision of San Bernardino County in late April does not mean we need to immediately go to a Los Angeles County type policy where you must have a face covering 24/7 except for driving your car when you are out of your home, but there should be a time and a place for face coverings. Exercising with a face covering is stupid because it inhibits your breathing, working a manual labor job with face coverings can also do the same thing. Perhaps quotas in warehouses could be reduced slightly to compensate for the wearing of face coverings if employer or state/county government mandates them.

Judge Georgia’s re-opening or San Bernardino County’s change of policy three or four weeks after before making a rash judgement.

There should be a time and a place for the utilization of face coverings. If you are working in a space shared with other people such as a cashier at a retail store, getting a haircut, or you might be under the weather wear one.

Also, there needs to be protection against discrimination against the disabled. Expecting a severely autistic person to wear a facemask is an absurd prospect due to sensory issues. A Wal-Mart in Riverside also faced negative backlash on this issue recently when they turned away a customer with a disabled adult child.

Simply tossing your coverings due to guidelines from San Bernardino and Riverside County is not a good idea, but we should be tactful in how we interact with society.

Labor Abuses Need to End with Changes to Law

I have had a weird experience with my former employer who flouted so many labor law regulations during my tenure before I was laid off in her process to relocate to Texas where the land is affordable, and the labor regulations are paper thin.

One of the issues is dealing with the policy where you need to clock out to get a drink of water or use the restroom from my former employer. This issue was one that was not part of my state complaint because I did not see any regulations in state law, but I realized that there was relevance in federal regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act where breaks under 20 minutes are covered.

There is a case that was dealt with in 2017 called Acosta versus American Future Systems which had a similar situation where they allowed for unpaid “flex time” for employees to use the restroom, get a drink of water or have a smoke. If an employee is abusing the regulations of the FLSA where restroom breaks that should take three minutes end up being sixteen minutes or the water breaks are too frequent then an employer should discipline or terminate the employee instead of denying the lost time that the employee is clocking out for. The case made it where policies American Future Systems used were illegal contrary to FLSA rules.

The tragedy was that our Surpreme Court of the United States denied the request to hear this case nationwide in May of 2018, but they let the decision stand for the local circuit.

I appreciate employers who allow for reasonable restroom breaks once or twice a day separate from the paid breaks California requires, but not all employers are sensible creatures. This leads to the case of the need for regulation.

I am thinking that the Department of Labor blew me off because I am not a resident of the states that are part of the third judicial circuit where the decision is moot where I live. However, I do not have the money to bring a case all the way to the ninth circuit. So, I am looking for one of our Democratic Party members of congress in California to carry a bill to codify the decision from the third circuit nationwide.