“Thank you for standing up for the community,” community activist Sean H. Mill told Pulido, Alvarez and Tinajero. “It’s time to stand up to evil.”
A red-faced Benavides stared down at his notes but was eventually defended by one of the Independence Day group participants who said patriotism–not bigotry–had been the group’s mission on the national holiday.
While Moxley didn’t credit us for breaking this story, he did include the now-famous video by our friend Naui Huitzilopochtli, which showed Minuteman Gary Hynds, whose wife Anita was honored by Benavides last night, calling Naui and his friends “effing webacks.”
Can this month get any worse for Benavides?
Whatever aspirations Benavides has to run for the 69th Assembly District are now toast. And one has to wonder if his colleagues on the City Council are going to find someone else to back in November…