Shasta County, One Of The Most Republican Counties In California, Had Some Choice Words For Their Board Of Supervisors
Carlos Zapata, a veteran and local business owner, had some of the most moving lines during the 6 hour meeting that took place a week ago in Shasta County (video below).
Please note: the video misidentifies the speaker as “Carlos Piccata” Nationalist Review has reached out to the correct individual, Carlos Zapata and we are awaiting comment.
“You guys can sit here with your jobs, you can sit here and fall asleep like that gentleman is with the mask on,” Zapata began before turning it up a notch. He delivered his remarks before the Shasta County Board of Supervisors at a packed hearing with over 80 different speakers. Zapata was just one of many who came with a warning, but his words were particularly to the point.
“It’s Not Going To Be Peaceful Much Longer…”
“It’s not going to be peaceful much longer. This isn’t a threat, I’m not a criminal, I’ve never been a criminal. I’m concerned. Good citizens are going to be turning into revolutionary citizens pretty soon…You won’t stop us when the time comes, because we’re starving.”
“This Is A Warning For What’s Coming…I Went To War For This Country”
“This is a warning for what’s coming,” Zapata continued. “It’s not going to peaceful much longer. It’s not going to be rah-rah. It’s not going to be speeches. It’s not going to be gathering outside saying the pledge of allegiance. It’s not going to be waving flags. It’s gonna be real. When you’ve seen the things that I’ve seen—I went to war for this country—I’ve seen the ugliest, dirtiest part of humanity.”
“I’ve been in combat. And I never want to go back again. But I’m telling you what. I will to save this country and if it has to be against our own citizens it will happen. And there’s a million people like me and you wont stop us. Open the county. Let our citizens do what they need to do. Let owners of businesses do what they need to do to feed their families.”
We’ll work with law enforcement or without law enforcement.
– Carlos Zapata
Zapata Also Called On The Board To Recognize The Loss Of Life Their Decisions Have Led To:
“I’ve had six friends kill themselves–veterans who lost their jobs. You claim to be conservatives, maybe you’re liberals, I don’t know. Join with us, fight with us. Against whats going on in Sacramento.”