Deborah Pauly to Receive Naui Huitzilopochtli-Style Greeting Outside Barbara Coe's CCIR Hoedown
Deborah Pauly, a Villa Park city councilwoman and Orange County Republican Party vice chairwoman, became a hero to some and pariah to others for threatening violence against Muslims at a February rally outside an Islamic charity event in Yorba Linda.
That was later followed by a rally against Pauly outside a Villa Park City Council meeting.
One good anti-Pauly demonstration apparently deserves another.
If colorful Orange County activist Naui Huitzilopochtli got a nickle for every time he's picketed, shouted out against and otherwise shat on California Coalition for Immigration Reform (CCIR) ridiculousness, he'd have enough money to buy a shiny pony.
Smile, you're on Naui's camera.
Photo by John Gilhooley/OC Weekly
The fear-of-a-brown-planet outfit, which was founded by Huntington Beach hate mongeress Barbara Coe, loves them some Pauly, who is the featured speaker at the CCIR hoedown that fills the Women's Club, 9501 Chapman Ave., Garden Grove, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Calling Debs "a popular Tea Party speaker" who is "known for blunt honesty, speaking the truth out boldly and articulating a common sense approach to current political issues," the CCIR meeting announcement boasts that after hundreds turned out to rebuke her, Pauly, "courageously stood her ground, refused to apologize and continues to perform her civic duties."
It continues: "However, the Muslims continue their vicious verbal attacks and many are concerned for the safety of her and her family. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend this exciting CCIR meeting to welcome and honor a dedicated American patriot who 'says it like it is.'"
Saying it like he says it is, Huitzilopochtli Facebooks, "Let's attend this event where she is going to speak and let her know that she doesn't speak for the people of Villa Park, or Orange County (and that her comments help empower the same extremists that threaten all of us)."
No need to bring the fireworks, sounds as if they'll be provided.
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