I’m at the point where I don’t want police to use any force. Let them shut down. Let people who live in cities deal with the savages. They voted for pro-criminal leadership; they own it.— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) August 7, 2021
Sully is probably right.
“The summer in a president’s first year of office is often the moment the novelty wears off, and the limits to what’s possible come more clearly into view. It was when Bill Clinton, after a dreadful start, came crashing down to earth at 39 percent approval; when George W Bush fell to 50 percent (before 9/11), Obama was sideswiped by the Tea Party, and Trump collapsed in the early polling. It’s not dispositive, as all these examples prove. Presidents can recover from rough starts to two-term successes. And Biden has large public, bipartisan support on infrastructure (65 – 28) and his massive social spending proposal (62 – 32) — his key priorities.
But the mood has shifted, hasn’t it? …”
Turn on your television.
It is nothing but hysteria over the Delta variant and the “January 6th insurrection.” The latter has become the new Russiagate. Shitlibs are obsessed with it.
“According to APD, with five months left in the year, the city is just two homicides away from the record set in 2019. Albuquerque police have reported 78 homicides in 2021 and six homicides in the last week. …”
Look at the fundamentals:
COVID is up.
Inflation is up.
Wokeness is up.
Gas prices are up.
Violent crime is up.
Homelessness is up.
Drug overdoses are up.
Illegal immigration is up.
Cultural war grievances are up.
The perception of economic malaise is also up.