It seems incredible – impossible, even – but in a post-election climate where President-elect Trump is set to take the reins of power next month is generating so much fear and loathing among the political Left, anything can happen.
According to an exclusive report by Dave Hodges, host of The Common Sense Show, an “insider eyewitness” is claiming that California Gov. Jerry Brown, members of the Obama administration, terrorists, drug cartels and a number of national and international crime figures are actually fueling the so-called “Calexit” movement – the push to extract the state from the union rather than remain in a U.S. that is led by Trump.
Hodges said that his exclusive report is based largely on material provided by the witness “as related to me by Paul Preston of Agenda 21 Radio/Red State Radio,” a host heard “on several stations in Northern California.”
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An incredible effort to create a narco-state and destroy the U.S. is underway
In a series of interviews Hodges conducted with Preston, he says the Red State Radio host is supporting a separate “State of Jefferson” movement, an effort being pushed by counties in northern California and southern Oregon to form the 51st state. Hodges said that effort is being driven largely by the fact that two federal agencies – the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continually harass farmers and ranchers, driving many off their land. Hodges added that both agencies are destroying dams and threatening the livelihoods of nearly everyone in that area.
Preston said he thinks the movement needs one more year before it has a chance at being successful. But while working to make the state of Jefferson a reality, he and others discovered the Calexit movement, which Preston and the others believe imperil the Jefferson movement.
In fact, Hodges wrote, “the Calexit movement may be the most controversial, criminal and treasonous subject ever covered by The Common Sense Show.” He added that he rushed his article to publication before he was actually ready because he “made a decision that spreading the word about this danger to both the citizens of California and ultimately, the United States, outweighed the wait for more critical facts…”
Preston told Hodges he has been receiving reports that a number of state lawmakers including California Senate pro tem Kevin de Leon, as well as state representatives from Florida, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Colorado, have all met with members of Hispanic racialist group La Raza (Spanish for “The Race”), the Mexican government (consulate), the Mexican Mafia (“La EME”), violent Mexican gangs in California and even religious leaders (Catholic/Jesuits) “to come up with a plan to separate from the United States the above-mentioned states.”
Preston said that Brown, his aides and the officials with the Bank of China have attended several of the meetings that are designed to separate California from the U.S. Hodges added that, separate from Preston’s information, he has learned that billionaire investor George Soros – the man behind nearly all Left-wing hate and violence this past election cycle—is financing some of the efforts associated with these movements.
And perhaps even more shocking is the involvement in this effort of the Sasakawa Japanese crime family – the same one that engineered the brutal “Rape of Nanking” at the outset of World War II.
The movement is growing in size and intensity
Preston also told Hodges that his insider not only reported on attendees to the Calexit meetings, but has also confirmed that the Obama administration had three members in attendance as well thus far, and that the White House has thrown its full support behind the movement – a point that Hodges sais “cannot [be] emphasized too strongly.”
Preston said that the insider has noted La Raza – or more formally the National Council of La Raza, a Left-wing group advocating open borders and the ‘return’ of ‘stolen land’ to Mexico – appears to be at the center of this movement, though it has grown considerably since, involving far more people and groups.