Another racist bean-dip invader.
Our country is being stolen out from under us, people.
“empowerment of communities of color” is codeword for throwing whitey out of the city and country he built.
Without white people America, and CA wouldn’t exist.
She was also a former assistant to anti-white racist bean dip Alex Padilla.
White people make, bean dips take.
“Well, that did not take long. NBC Los Angeles reports LA City Council President Nury Martinez resigned Monday after leaked audio recorded her racist rants.
“As someone who believes deeply in the empowerment of communities of color, I recognize my comments undercut that goal. Going forward, reconciliation will be my priority. I have already reached out to many of my Black colleagues and other Black leaders to express my regret in order for us to heal.
While Martinez did resign as Council President, FOX 11’s Elex Michaelson noted: “She hasn’t resigned from the city council itself though.
Leaked audio posted anonymously on Reddit and then published by the Los Angeles Times (in the form of a transcript) of offensive and racist remarks made by three Latino Los Angeles City Council members and a top labor leader has sparked tremendous controversy, and the calls mount for their resignation.
Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez can be heard on the audio making racist comments about the child of Mike Bonin, the council member representing the 11th District.
Martinez’s comments were in response to Bonin’s adopted child several years ago, who almost tipped a float over during a Martin Luther King Jr. parade. She said Bonin is raising the child like a “little white kid.”.
Councilwoman Martinez has also been an advocate for the undocumented community in the San Fernando Valley. In January 2020, she placed a ban on migrant centers within Los Angeles city limits after a children’s migrant center was proposed in the community of Arleta in her district. 
While President Trump was in office, Martinez called on the City of Los Angeles to sue the Trump Administration over its decision to implement a “public charge” rule, which would restrict public benefits such as medical care and housing for undocumented immigrants, as well as challenge the Trump Administration’s policies related to detaining immigrant children and separating them from their families at U.S. borders.