Whenever OCCORD takes some political-policy initiative of some kind, it’s plastered all over the radical left-wing group’s Facebook page. Whether “picketing” Anaheim City Hall or marching to demand immediate citizenship for illegal immigrants, OCCORD isn’t shy about advertising where it stands.

Except for its most recent action: bringing in liberal San Diego enviro lawyer Cory Briggs to cook up some phony accusations that Anaheim Councilmembers Gail Eastman, Kris Murray, Jordan Brandman and Lucille Kring have violated the state’s Political Reform Act and petitioning the state Attorney General and the OC District Attorney to prosecute them for these imaginary crimes.

OCCORD even went so far as to accuse those councilmembers of selling their votes in exchange for campaign support. OCCORD doesn’t have any evidence…because that is generally the case with false charges.

I guess egging government prosecutors to go after political opponents for non-existent crimes must dovetail into OCCORD’s mission of “bringing together workers, families, and community partners to organize and advocate for good jobs, strong communities, and inclusive democracy in Orange County.”

I’m curious why the lack of public ownership of this “bold” action? Especially if OCCORD leaders really believe there own accusations.