California Proposes Trading A President’s Day for May Day, Traditionally A Day to Celebrate Communism

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California Democrat Assemblyman, Miguel Santiago, introduced a bill proposing to allow schools to replace Washington’s Birthday or Lincoln’s Birthday with “International Workers’ Day”, better known as “May Day”. This has become universally recognized as an annual holiday to celebrate Communism. Although the bill was rejected (this time), 45% of the legislators present voted for it. -GEG

The California Assembly discussed Thursday a bill that would replace Abraham Lincoln or George Washington’s birthday with International Socialist Workers’ Day as a paid holiday.

California Democrat Assemblyman Miguel Santiago introduced Bill AB-3042, which would allow schools to replace Washington Day and Lincoln Day with Presidents’ Day and install an “International Workers’ Day” — conventionally known as “May Day” — as a second holiday.

“I’m aghast that a bill like this would be able to get through committee,” California Republican Assemblyman Matthew Harper said to the Assembly. “Are we in competition to be the laughing stock of the United States?”

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I seem to remember, long ago, that when Edmund G Brown (the elder) was Governor that the stench of Marxism filled the capitol building in Sacramento. Moonbeam’s no different.