Norby Hopes Anti-Illegals' Darling Tom McClintock Supplies a Campaign Bump

Orange County sheriff candidate Bill Hunt, who gets a showy show of support from Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim tonight, is not the only local office-seeker hoping for a campaign bump from an out-of-town darling of the anti-immigrant crowd.

Supervisor Chris Norby, who is seeking the state Assembly seat abandoned by Mike “Dripper” Duvall (R-Yorba Linda), hosts Congressman Tom McClintock (R-Granite Bay) in his Fullerton home Saturday morning.*

*CLARIFICATION: See reader's comment below about Norby's campaign promoting a precinct walk by mentioning McClintock's support, not an appearance by the NorCal congressman Saturday. 


In his analysis of who could emerge as Congress' next Tom Tancredo, “Washington Watcher” writes on Peter Brimelow's website, “Freshman Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA)
already established himself as one of the premiere advocates for
patriotic immigration reform in California.”

Watcher continues of McClintock: “He campaigned tirelessly for Proposition 187 and continued to speak out against
the Gray Davis sellout in the courts. McClintock also co-sponsored a bill to end birthright citizenship.”

Norby's deal runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in his home at 216 N. Yale Ave., Fullerton.

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