My apologies to my loyal white-supremacist audience for not doing one of these last week--I'm busy putting the final touches on...something, so had to skip a week. But fear not, skins: this week's a two-fer, and we return to Fullerton in honor of the civic malfeasance that plagues the city, especially the majority of the City Council that's now facing threats of a recall in the week of the Kelly Thomas death-by-cop.
Ah, the Fullerton City Council--never exactly a shining municipal body in Orange County. In fact, the city hasn't had such bumblers since the Klu Klux Klan had three of the five spots on the council from 1922 to 1925, a period that saw minorities and Catholics in town live in daily terror.
I'll reveal just two of the councilmembers today--Rollin Marsden and Roy Davis. Marsden was a teacher at Fullerton High; Davis worked for an ice company. But who was the third Klancilmember? We'll have to wait for that until I'm done with my project...in the meanwhile, remember to sign the recall petitions against Don Bankhead, Dick Jones, and some other pendejo!
Tune in every Monday around 5 p.m. for the latest entry exposing Orange County city fathers who were Klan members!
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William French, Fullerton's First Deputy Police Officer
Rudolph Kroener, Co-Owner of Former Gas Station that's Now Orange's Filling Station
William E. Fanning, Brea Schools Pioneer, Namesake of Fanning Elementary
Jesse L. Hunter, San Juan Capistrano Innkeeper, Owner of Mexican Restaurant
John A. Leuzinger, Brea Mayor, Founder of Brea Electric
Newton E. Wray, SanTana Rancher, Failed City Council Candidate
Samuel F. Hilgenfeld, Buena Park Minister, Founder of Anaheim's Hilgenfeld Mortuary
Elmer E. Heidt, OC's First Scout Executive for Orange County Boy Scouts Council
James W. Newell, Fullerton-area Miner/Mason
Garland C. Ross, Santa Ana dentist, batted against Walter Johnson
Ferris F. Kelley, San Juan Capistrano Postmaster
Clyde Fairbairn, Longtime Olive resident/nice guy
Charles McClure, Brea's first police chief
John F. Pieper, Tustin feed-store owner, councilmember
William Starbuck, Fullerton school trustee, druggist
Hoyt Corbit, Yorba Linda pioneer, fan of Richard Nixon
Lucien Proud, La Habra mayor/school trustee
Albert Hetebrink, Fullerton rancher
Henry W. Head, Orange County godfather
Dr. Roy S. Horton and Marshall Keeler, Santa Ana Unified trustees
Sam Jernigan and Jesse Elliott, Orange County sheriffs
Herman Hiltscher, Fullerton bureacrat