What kind of conclusions can we draw from the recent elections? I’ve mentioned before that I try to look at life logically. But there were some results that were just NOT logical. In the metro area, for example, DeKalb and Fulton are guaranteed democrat votes because they are primarily non-white. But counties like Gwinnett and Cobb went strongly democrat. That is not logical to me. By tradition, mid-term elections go to the opposing party, which is not bad. It is about keeping distribution of power in government. But this election was so decidedly democrat there was an obvious rejection of the advances that President Trump has made in two years.
Looking at the democrat victories, a first-time observer would draw these logical conclusions—Americans reject Trump’s achievements. They don’t like the best economy that we have had since the 1960s. Americans like socialism, communism and abhor democracy. They don’t like the lowest unemployment in years. Americans want open borders and don’t care that t our culture is being destroyed by illegal aliens. They are happy with sanctuary cities and states. Americans want higher taxes and more government regulations. They want more “free” stuff and government to control their lives. They want higher medical expenses. Americans want Hillary and Bill Clinton, James Comey, James Clapper, John Brennan, and Loretta Lynch, not to have to pay for their blatant crimes. Americans want the death of brave Americans in Benghazi to have died in vain. Americans like good old traditional politics and don’t like a non-politician as President. Americans want democrat investigations of everybody in Trump’s administration (because that’s going to happen, including impeachment proceedings). Americans believe fake news. Americans don’t mind disrespect of our flag, national anthem, and the military. And Americans want grid-lock in congress so that nothing will be accomplished for the next two years. All progress stopped November 6.
I’ve lived in this city for 50 years. I regret that most of you missed those days. It was a good town. Mayor Ivan Allen, Richard Rich, The CEO of C&S Bank, and Mr. Robert “CocaCola” Woodruff got together at the Commerce Club and decided what was good for Atlanta and they made it happen. They built a stadium before we even had any professional teams here. Because of one man, Ivan Allen, Atlanta was one of the few cities that had no riots when Martin Luther King was assassinated and this was King’s home town. It was a good city, but. I don’t recognize it anymore. We must stand aside and let the crazies have it. We now have a city that is as corrupt and crime-ridden as Chicago, as “diverse” as Los Angeles, and as uncaring as New York. There is no southern hospitality anyone. One thing is for sure. Finally, it is confirmed. Conservative white people have become a minority in this city and country.