The Fight to Stop California Politicians from Enshrining Racism in State’s Constitution

by Leslie Eastman at

A petition campaign against ACA7, an underhanded bill to repeal the state’s equality-supporting Proposition 209 based on The Science™

Back in the days before Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Critical Race Theory, there was “affirmative action.” Affirmative action became one of the first tools used by progressives to begin dismantling America’s merit-based system of reward and success.

In 1996, Californians were becoming concerned about the threat to true equality under the law, especially as it was being applied at the state’s institutions of higher learning. California Proposition 209, the Affirmative Action Initiative, was placed on the ballot and won the day with 55% of the vote.

Proposition 209 language was simple, adding the following section to the California Constitution’s Declaration of Rights: the “state cannot discriminate against or grant preferential treatment on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in the operation of public employment, public education, and public contracting.”

The progressive politicos in Sacramento have been fighting Proposition 209 ever since, as it prevents them from using their preferred-victim preference guide to divide people as well as gain and maintain power. Back in 2020, there was another proposition offered up that would have repealed 209. Proposition 16 went down to a resounding defeat, with an even larger percent of voters rejecting that measure than approved 209.

However, social justice cultists never stop. Let me introduce you to California Assembly Constitutional Amendment 7 (ACA7), which is an underhanded method to repeal Proposition 209 based on The Science™