For a while now, we’ve been reporting on the city of Bell, California — a blue-collar Los Angeles suburb where the city manager was making nearly $800,000 annually and has a taxpayer funded pension that will top a million dollars a year. (See yesterday’s editorial on Bell.)
Well, after the Los Angeles Times reported on the corruption in the town, town residents stormed the city council meeting. ReasonTV was there:
I’m guessing that most of the residents of the poor Hispanic community are Democrats — but it sure looks a lot like a Tea Party, doesn’t it?