Posted by: bj | September 30, 2019

Worst 25 Cities in America Controlled by Democratic Party for 60 years

Marin Independent Journal – Letters to the Editor – September 27, 2019

Worst 25 Cities in USA Are Run by Democrats

In his letter to the editor on Sept. 21, Lenny Brian wrote, “This seems to me like a perfect opportunity to show the rest of the country that a state completely controlled by Democrats can solve problems. It’s time to own the problems, fix them and prove they deserve the dominance California voters have entrusted them with, without interference from those pesky Republicans.”

It is a disgrace the American media (which seems to act as a mouthpiece of the Democratic Party) has not educated Brian and probably more than 50% of the United States population that the 25 worst cities in the U.S. have been led by socialist Democrats and their progressive ideology, which has destroyed these once great cities over the last 60 years.

The top 10 American cities for homelessness are sanctuary cities (all led by Democrats), which offer refuge to illegal immigrants and do not cooperate with federal law enforcement. This includes Los Angeles (55,000 homeless), Seattle (12,000), San Diego (9,000), San Jose (7,000), San Francisco (6,000) and Las Vegas (6,000).

Of the top 10 “most-dangerous cities” in America, all have Democratic mayors. And of the top 25, most are Democrat-led and all but one have poverty rates between 18-39% (the national average is 12.3%). Most have unemployment between 4.4 – 9.3%. (with a national average of 3.7%)

Most leaders in these cities oppose policies promoted by President Donald Trump that are bringing prosperity to the rest of the country.

A majority of the top 10 “most dangerous cities” are in anti-gun coalitions, focused on restricting Second Amendment rights, favoring policies against allowing citizens to protect themselves. While each is different, many favor gun control, bans on carrying concealed weapons and higher minimum wages — all proven failures.

The numbers are compelling, so are elections. Elect new leaders.

— Robert W. Johnson Jr., Mill Valley


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