Scene from Anti-Police March: OCCORD Board Member Waving Sign Comparing Police to George Zimmerman

I was watching a video clip I took of the National Brown Berets at Sunday’s anti-police march (that is the only honest way to describe it) in Anaheim and noticed something at the 10-second mark (the scroll bar counts the seconds off backward for some reason).

The young woman in the grey shirt and black jacket, waving her sign and chanting along with the Brown Berets looks like none other than Marisol Ramirez, a member of the OCCORD Board of Directors and frequent provider of quotes to the Voice of OC and other media claiming the Anaheim City Council majority is out of touch with “the people.”

Here’s a screenshot of Ms. Ramirez from the OCCORD video mentioned in my previous post:

M ramirez OCCORD video

And here’s a screenshot from my video:

Marisol ramirez PSL

Yep. That’s a match.

What’s most interesting is what is on the sign she is brandishing; you can’t see the whole sign in the video, but this is what it says: “Cops Are George Zimmermans with Badges.” Here’s another marcher carrying the same sign (which were produced and provided by the Party for Socialism and Liberation):

Cops George Zimmerman

In the context of this protest — and the clear meaning intended by the Party for Socialism and Liberation — that is another way of saying “cops are murderers.”

Which brings me to a point I have made in the past: OCCORD’s philosophy is profoundly radical, and those involved hold deeply radical political views that are far out of the mainstream of the American tradition and constitute a sharp break with the principles on which our form of government was founded.

Here you have one of its directors and most active members waving a sign produced by a radical socialist party calling police officers murderers – which renders ludicrous the group’s criticisms of the Anaheim council majority as “out of touch.”

That is, unless one thinks the greater part of Anaheim residents have socialist tendencies and think their police officers are killers.

10 comments

  1. Sick of Politics

    Profoundly disturbing. And these are the folks pushing for districts. This is the group that received funds from CAC chair Vivian Pham via Wells Fargo. This is the group that is funded by Unite Here and considers Amin David and Lorri Galloway Champion Donors.

    • I briefly stopped by to see this lame excuse for a protest and heard a speaker announcing “Boycott Florida!”…like that would really make Florida concerned. I can’t help but wonder if Wells Fargo shareholders are aware of the radical organizations they are funding. It would make more sense for people with ethics to say “Boycott Wells Fargo”.

  2. What the…? And these are people that Tom Tait is listening to? Who funds this group, anyway?

  3. Can’t believe Tait is backing these radicals. He’s really lost touch.

  4. It is hilarious that you have the time to spin these stories or actions. All your stories are hilarious but expected from a white privileged man. I love how now you are so anti-OC register LOL. but who reads this 50 people. Good luck white boy

    • Sick of politics

      Pretty racist to assume that he’s privileged just because of his skin.

    • Matthew Cunningham

      In other words, you have nothing to say (except come after me for the color of my skin). I just love how leftists categorize everyone by race and ethnicity while they denounce racism in the same breadth. Then again, I don’t expect much from adherents of a failed ideology.

      I’ll take the nothingness of your comment as a concession of the point.

      • That guy/g apparently he/she is probably bitter about the crappy life choices he’s made. My father was a border jumper(wetback) and he took advantage of the opportunities like so many other immigrants and started his own business. To say one is privileged simply because of their ethnicity or color of their skin is ignorant in my eyes. People who complain about not having the same opportunities are nothing but a bunch of whiny people with issues who need to deal with them and stop blaming others for their poor life choices.
        signed an hispanic woman. (gee, would that make me doubly underprivileged?) 😉

  5. Vern Nelson and Cynthia Ward usually are quick to comment here, but they sure are quiet on this one.

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