LOS BANOS, CA – Once again the local corporate media is trying to keep Merced County residents uninformed which is part of the reason crime and prostitution were allowed to operate unchecked, until MCNTV News started reporting the real news. And just like many times before, they think they know what’s best for you and will only print so much. Why? Because unlike MCNTV News, they battle each other for handout money from city/county governments and will print what the city/county politicians want them to print in order to protect the bottom line which is not you, but the money.
Take the recent vandalism at Los Banos High School yesterday. According to the students and parents, someone spray painted Donald Trump themed graffiti all over the school lockers, classroom doors and buildings.
“There was graffiti all over the campus,” wrote one student to MCNTV News. “Donald Trump was written on some lockers and other places all around campus. On the walls and classroom doors. Graffiti was also located in the bathrooms causing them to be closed.”
The student also stated that slogans like “build the wall” was written all over campus and the entire campus was a filthy mess. “Just really childish ignorant people,” the student continued, “extremely racist. Everywhere you looked on campus there was graffiti.”
Trump supporters have sprayed graffiti all over American businesses, college campuses, like gang bangers tagging a building to mark their territory. Yet we haven’t seen local law enforcement agencies go after these graffiti thugs like they have with others. If this is their idea of making America Great Again by spray painting on local businesses, schools and college campuses, then I think America is in serious trouble again.
The Los Banos police put out this statement regarding the graffiti.
On May 5, 2016, in the early morning hours, the Los Banos Police Department responded to the Los Banos High School, after school staff discovered a large amount of graffiti on various locations around the school.
Anyone with information about the graffiti is asked to contact School Resource Officer Anthony Parker at (209) 827-7070.
To leave an anonymous crime tip call (209) 827-7070, ext. 288. If you have access to a computer and the internet you can also leave an anonymous tip at the Police Department’s web page at www.losbanos.org. At the bottom of the “Contact” page simply click on the “report graffiti and other crime” link or contact the Merced Area Crime Stoppers by telephone at 1-855-725-2420, or at www.mercedareacrimestoppers.org.