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originally posted by: bloodymarvelous
originally posted by: JBurns
a reply to: CB328
Actually, it would. It would indicate she accepted money from his organization (which advocates for "open-borders") and translated that into marching orders for Oregon Guard. Our men and women in uniform are not pawns to be used in Soros' or anybody else's ventures.
When you consider that Portland Oregon has declared itself a "sanctuary city", and contains in its metropolitan area half the state's residents, I really doubt the donation is what made up her mind.
this it wouldn't compaire to all the things the GOP has done including Trump.
Such as? Accepting money to craft policies? Sure, certain GOP congressmen/women are likely guilty of this as well. The difference is that they (as individual members of congress, not representative of the entire party) don't have the authority vested in the commander of the Oregon Guard. Surely Gov. Brown realizes the serious commitment such a position entails.
Craft what politics? She's the governor of a state whose largest city has declared itself to be opposed entirely to Trump's immigration policies.
Even if she personally had wanted to send them prior to the donation, her constituents would have gotten very angry if she did.