Monica Brasov-Curca, who just weeks ago described Huntington Beach as “sunsets and White Supremacy” is apparently heading back to her favorite staging ground, this time to combat a planned March 25 rally in support of President Donald Trump. The screenshot below, which clearly shows her organizing a counter protest, was posted recently on the (private) Indivisible CA 48 Facebook forum.
The Garden Grove-based Curca, who describes herself as “peacebuilder and strategic communications specialist” staged, along with left-wing organizers Oak View Comunidad and Indivisible CA 48, a recent President’s Day protest in Huntington Beach. By all accounts, the protest was peaceful and the city, including the police department were all accommodating.
I attended the protest myself and outside of a small group of counter demonstrators, nothing of note occurred that would lead anyone to think that the city had behaved anything except decently.
However, within twenty four hours, Curca posted the following:
This is not the first time that Curca has used incendiary language regarding race in the face of zero supporting evidence. In fact, many of her public comments paint the portrait other young woman apparently obsessed with race and perceived racial divide. The problem is, she never cites a shred of evidence. To many observers, it appears that she is nothing more than a race baiter who uses her outrageous false claims and inflammatory terms to do nothing more than selfishly create her social justice platform.
Here is just a sampling of her public pronouncements:
Again, she NEVER cites anything she is referring to. Just drops her verbal bombs. As well, she regularly uses race as a linchpin for her opinions:
And despite her constant claims for “peace,” it was Curca helping to lead the charge in the Invisible CA 48 forum with ideas on how to harass Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, suggesting flash mobs, stalking him at social establishments, even projecting bright lights into him home (not sure what to make of the group’s “gay bar” comment):
The city of Huntington Beach was introduced to this organizer last July when, not even 24 hours after a brutal police massacre in Dallas, she staged an event on the pier whereby she and her band of supporters, including Victor Valladeres of Oak View Comunidad, formed a prayer circle around the mass murderer’s name, which had been chalked onto the ground. My son and I were at the event, and called them out for what they were doing. They concocted a quick series of lies as a cover story, blaming a woman they claimed they didn’t even know for just showing up and writing the name down out of the blue. Problem was, we observed that woman meeting with Curca 45 minutes before the event, comparing notes and clearly working together.
And of course after that episode, she also claimed to have been a victim of white supremacy in Huntington Beach.
What was even stranger was the threatening phone call I received from a good friend of hers, infamous local left wing blogger Vern Nelson. He falsely accused me of posting her telephone number online so that people could complain to her, when in fact her number was included in every single press release she posted herself. I had zero to do with it. This is the phone call:
As to why Curca has even chosen Huntington Beach to stage these events, as opposed to where she lives on Garden Grove, the reason seems fairly clear in this post of hers. It’s all about the amount of foot traffic:
After that controversial “vigil” last summer, a local newspaper reporter called me for a quote. However, the reporter was very concerned about Curca. Having just hung up with her, the reporter told me that Curca had called them “racist” for asking basic questions about the event- that she had been called “racist” a second time for asking about Valladeres’ involvement – and that Curca had also called *me* a racist for calling out their orchestrated (and later lied about) stunt.
“Everyone that doesn’t agree with her methods and motives is a racist, according to her,” the reporter told me. “It’s crazy. I find her very dangerous.”