Mayor Pro Tem Mike Judge of Simi Valley Must Resign Immediately

Mayor Pro Tem Mike Judge of Simi Valley Must Resign Immediately

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Katie R started this petition to Simi Valley City Council

Mike Judge is a serious threat to Simi Valley. First, he has recently advocated violence against protesters, posting to his facebook wall: "Wanna stop the riots? Mobilize the septic tank trucks, put a pressure cannon on em...hose em down...the end". A peaceful protest has been planned by local high schoolers to which he replied this and refused the requests from local students for him to come speak to the city at this peaceful event. Here is a link for the full story: https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/local/2020/06/04/simi-valley-councilman-mike-judge-facebook-post-george-floyd-protest/3134849001/

In addition, Mike Judge has posted pornographic content to his facebook. He has reposted "Hot Mirror Shots" and other sexist and demeaning images. He has liked a video of a women being brutally murdered to his page. This is simply unacceptable and would surely be grounds for termination at any other job. You can read more here: https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-xpm-2013-may-08-la-me-ln-simi-valley-councilman-facebook-20130508-story.html

He has been found to be using facebook during city meetings. Clearly, this is not a leader. His twitter, @dejudges, is very politically charged as well, not representing the values of the citizens of Simi Valley. He has criticized other co-workers for posting anti-ICE posts, yet he believes he can freely post his opinions that divide us and are sometimes violent. This is not what Simi Valley is. We must demand that he resigns. We have to show that Simi Valley is better than this. Thank you for your support! Together we can help rid Simi Valley of this type of "leadership" and show the world that this town is full of love and support for one another. 

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