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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by DonGlock26, Jun 9, 2020.
I didn't see that on NBC evening news.
WOW lotta' plywood....what happens to it after?
Oh, there will be a headline ...... breaking news:
St. Floyd Creates More Jobs Than Donald Trump in Logging, Lumber Mills, Hardware Stores and Carpentry Trades.
I wish I had the plywood concession.
This DOES NOT fit the narrative.
I saw a few videos like this on YouTube showing block after block after block in NYC. These videos are created by REAL people just showing what is happening. They are not seen on the lamestream media channels- doesn't fit their narrative, and they do not want to step on the toes of their overlords.
Yes, the damage is real. This mindset is more rapidly eroding our entire world into chaos and destruction at a rate faster than this typist has seen before. When do we reach the point of no return....?
They had better save it for the acquittal(s).
Or if DJT is re-elected.
Decided to take a ride downtown DC yesterday and many many blocks were boarded up. Plus there was a about a 6 x 6 block area blocked off where they were still protesting. Even with a very heavy police and Guard presence no way in hell was going to walk into that area but have to imagine it's even worse than what I saw.
I see the KKK has done quite a bit of damage there!
I rode Broadway from Canal down to the Battery today.
It looked like London after the Blitz.
Domestic terrorists, leftist looters, stealing property. Should be executed on site. Rest of world is laughing at us, the mighty USA with all its military and police might...can't control widespread destruction. Embarrassing.
Cleveland worked really hard to reimagine itself after the industry was sent overseas...took a lot of years. I took my wife to her office (she’s there one day a week) and took a look around. All those nice shops, boarded up. The new grocery store innovatively built into beautiful old bank, trashed. Too bad, the city has almost 100% occupancy down there, no food stores.
The looters hit the Subway shops. They hit the felafel stand. They hit the Jamaican jerk chicken place. Every bar, of course.
The funny thing is, Cleveland has pretty much been a black run city for a long time, including during the Tamir Rice shooting a few years ago (which I’ve heard brought up on MSM lately). What has this black city admin (Dem, of course) done to ease these policing issues? No, it’s white men keeping them down.
Retail has been on the decline for a long time now. This is just accelerating its slide down the crapper. A shame, really.
My wife and I would go shopping on Michigan Avenue right after Thanksgiving. Haven’t been in about five years now, probably won’t ever go back.
I work in Cleveland, by the Cleveland Clinic. Pretty quiet there. They haven’t attacked the hospitals yet.
Democrat Cities: Fourth-World Scourges
From the article...
Here's a rundown of how long Democrats have monopolized many of our culturally historic cities. Numbers cited are consecutive days and are slightly rounded up or down.
San Francisco: only Democrat mayors and super-majority Democrat; Boards of Supervisors, 14,000; all 11 current supervisors are Democrats;
Baltimore: only Democrat mayors and only Democrat city councils, 19,000;
Oakland: only Democrat mayors and majority Democrat city councils, 15,000; all eight current councilmen are Democrats;
St. Louis: only Democrat mayors and super-majority Democrat Boards of Aldermen, 24,500; all current aldermen are Democrats;
Milwaukee: only Democrat mayors and majority Democrat city councils, 22,000; in the 20th century, three socialist mayors were elected before the 22,000 consecutive days of only Democrat mayors; the city currently has 15 councilmen — all but one are verified Democrats or were endorsed by the Milwaukee County Democratic Party;
Philadelphia: only Democrat mayors and super-majority Democrat city councils, 25,000; if Philadelphia didn't have the Home Rule Charter (requiring a few city council seats to be the "minority party"), which was approved by voters in 1951, it's likely that the city would have been solely Democrat for even longer than Baltimore;
Detroit: only Democrat mayors and super-majority Democrat city councils,
21,000; all nine current councilmen are Democrats;
Minneapolis, where all the nationwide George Floyd–related
rioting and looting terrorism originated from: only Democrat mayors, 15,000; unknown on city council; current council has 13 members — 12 are Democrats, and the other is Green Party;
New Orleans: city council data for the Big Easy is not easily found; council has been super-majority Democrat for 15,000, with only Democrat mayors for 54,000; all seven current councilmen are Democrats. As a comparison, the U.S. has existed for 89,000 consecutive days (I am basing this number on the year 1776, not 1783, when the Treaty of Paris was signed between the U.S. and Great Britain);
Chicago: only Democrat mayors and super-majority Democrat city councils
for at least 32,000; of the current 50 councilmen, 46 are Democrats, and four are "independents," although I suspect that none of the four is an admirer of Adamsian federalism.
Cleveland: all 17 current city councilmen are Democrats; only Democrat mayors, 11,000;
Akron (hometown of LeBron James): only Democrat mayors, 13,000; all 14 current councilmen are Democrats;
Newark: only Democrat mayors, 24,000; unknown how long Democrats have been the majority or super-majority party on the city council; all nine current councilmen are Democrats;
New York: only Democrat mayors, 6,500 (I'm counting Michael Bloomberg in this total, even though he was a "Republican" during his first term); unknown how long Democrats have been the majority or super-majority party on the city council; 48 of the current 51 councilmen are Democrats; Democrats outnumber Republicans 7 to 1 in voter registration;
Austin, in the supposed "red state" of Texas: only Democrat mayors, 10,500; unknown how long Democrats have been the majority or super-majority party on the city council; all 11 of the current councilmen are Democrats;
Seattle: only Democrat mayors, 18,000; unknown how long Democrats have been the majority or super-majority party on the city council; of the nine current councilmen, eight are Democrats and one is a socialist;
Portland, Ore.: only Democrat mayors and super-majority Democrat city
councils, 14,000; all three current councilmen are Democrats.
Were the Police and the Guard still prostrating themselves to the black crowds?