The Great Replacement Has Come for California’s Highway Patrol.
A bill that is now making the rounds through the California State Senate will seek to remove citizenship requirements for Highway Patrolmen in the Golden State.
SB 960 was first introduced by California’s District 9 Senator Nancy Skinner.
Currently the law requires peace officers in the state of California to be U.S. citizens, or a permanent resident who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship.
James Fulford writes for VDARE.com: "The drive to recruit non-white, even non-Americans for the California Highway Patrol is nothing new. In his 1992 book Paved With Good Intentions, Jared Taylor wrote:"
"What started out as compensation for black slavery and segregation has become automatic preference for any nonwhite and an automatic handicap for any white. What but an utterly mechanical search for nonwhite faces can explain that the California Highway Patrol has advertised job vacancies in Mexico in the hope of meeting affirmative action goals for Hispanics? In its extreme manifestations, affirmative action seems nothing short of hysterical."
No doubt, if Senate Bill 960 passes, many Highway Patrolmen will face replacement from non-citizens. Who are those Patrolmen? Hispanic Americans, Black Americans, and especially White Americans, as well as veterans of America’s Armed Forces.