Candidate’s Voters Guide Statement:
Elected Experience: I have previously run for Lynnwood City Council, Snohomish County Executive, Lieutenant Governor, and Governor.
Other Professional Experience: Real estate attorney and broker. Smart meter, fluoridation, and environmental class action attorney. Author, musician, and composer.
Education: B.A. and M.Ed. in Psychology from WWU. J.D. from the University of Washington.
Community Service: President of Coalition against Smart Meters and 5G, Fluoride Class Action, and Comprehensive Transportation. Traffic and transit scholar. Opponent of smart meters, which are not grounded, are not sufficiently surge protected, catch fire, sicken many, are not covered by many insurance policies, and constantly emit harmful radiation.
Statement: My chosen pro bono work as an attorney is to study the many wasteful public frauds and expose them. Elected leaders often support or keep silent regarding these, maybe because the fraudsters finance their campaigns.
The favorite in this race has done much good. But she is wrong or silent on many issues. In writing she supports smart meters, which are flatly illegal, which collect data for resale on our every electrical activity. Our goal should be fiber to each home, business, school, and Starbucks, and ethernet plugins everywhere for computers and even cell phones. Wi-Fi in schools should be turned off. The new 5G will fry us all.
I propose a solution to traffic congestion that will allow us to get around without a car, a van service summoned Uber style, delivering door to door service, taking half the cars off the road, the only solution that will work and by far the cheapest.
Social Security should be diversified into many different, safe investments and run as a sovereign wealth and pension fund.
Most recreational drugs should be legalized and sold in state stores, bearing warning labels, with profits used for free, immediate addiction treatment, raising billions in taxes, diminishing organized crime, improving policing, reducing imprisonment, lessening border problems.
Other issues: Stop drilling now. Require Exxon to spend all new capital on solar, wind, and wave. Lower the voting age to 17. We need students’ input. Roundup causes cancer, kills salmon, and should be banned. Let’s become an organic nation. Fluoridation is another profitable fraud, adding three trillion atoms of lead to each quart of Seattle tap water. We should sell bonds and construct enough reduced rent housing to house all. I offer a proposal for election and campaign finance reform. Radio program Sundays at 8 PM.