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California Cit Council Candidate Arrested For DIRTY Campaign Trick

This is getting out of hand!

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Apparently, it isn’t just Washington DC that’s overrun with political snakes and weasels who will do anything to get ahead of their opponents.

We The People have long understood that elected officials are far too easily corrupted, thanks to the incredible and vast amounts of money that are poured into the nation’s capital every day from special interest groups and lobbyists.  In return for this knowledge, we expect a fair modicum of decency from our public servants…something that has certainly been tested over the course of the last few years.

In California, that expectation of decency has fully eroded, apparently.

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A Buena Park City Council candidate was arrested on suspicion of stealing her rival’s campaign signs before being cited and released, police said.

Youngsun “Sunny” Park was arrested at about 10 a.m. Friday in a residential neighborhood near Malvern Avenue and Dale Street on reports that a man and a woman were removing campaign signs from people’s lawns.

The signs read: “No Sunny Park. Carpetbagger.”

She was caught on video with the signs stacked on the backseat of a car by incumbent Mayor Virginia Vaughn’s husband.

“Sunny Park, stealing signs,” a male voice says in the video.

Park, wearing a white dress with a floral print, is seen bringing her phone up to also start recording the encounter, replies back, “No. You see, it’s illegal,” possibly in reference to the sign’s message.

Park expressed hope, however, that the election cycle could move on from this incident…without the need for further conflict between the candidates.

 

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