Two-Billion+ Gallons of Sewage to Date Polluting Southern California Beaches
San Diego CA— Stop the Poop, a non-partisan, grassroots environmental organization whose mission is to end the decades long assault of raw sewage, toxic chemicals and trash from Mexico contaminating the U.S. coastline, is revealing the devastating totals-to-date of raw sewage from Mexico at a solutions-based rally at the border (Imperial Beach) Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 10:00am.
“The total volume of sewage coming from south of the border so far this year amounts to an environmental catastrophe. More than two-billion gallons of raw sewage from Mexico have attacked San Diego County beaches in 2019”, says Baron Partlow, founder of Stop The Poop. “It is time to hold derelict politicians accountable and Stop the Poop!”
The solution-oriented rally in Imperial Beach, CA event on Columbus Day weekend is designed to proffer simple, executable, tangible governmental solutions to this on-going crisis at the border. In fact, Congress might already have the solution to this decades-long problem in the yet-to-be-approved USMCA.
- 9:00am – The band, “Dogle and the Berries” will warm-up the crowd playing patriotic music.
- 10:00am – Speakers will include: Joshua Willey, a retired U.S. Border Patrol Agent who has been permanently scarred by flesh-eating bacteria from contaminated ocean water, Chris Harris (retired) Secretary-Director Legislative & Political Affairs National Border Patrol Council, Carl DeMaio, candidate for California’s 50th congressional district, Baron Partlow, founder of Stop the Poop, and Graham Ledger, national television political analyst & host.
- 10:30am – questions/answers from the media and concerned citizens.
Parking – Vehicle parking is limited. To accommodate, please consider parking at the “Sports Park” at 425 Imperial Beach Blvd., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 (west parking lot). A Lyft-designated white Suburban shuttle to the rally will be provided. On site media parking is available.
Stop The Poop is a not for profit organization that is committed to ending the environmental catastrophe along our southern border & coastline. Contact: Baron Partlow 619-210-4907 firstname.lastname@example.org