Forthcoming article on the particulars of why Minnesota has become far and away the most controversial place in the US.
It’s my understanding that as a swing state, Minnesota never came across as particularly revolutionary state. We’re not New York, we’re not California. How did our Governor end up on Biden’s council of governers?
He pretended to liberals to be a moderate Democrat. When I was kind of mindlessly subscribed to the liberal agenda- sounded good- I got used to it. Part of it was the Republican slandering. Okay, a lot of it was slander. Mud slinging. The ironic part is that it’s kind of obvious if you spent some time doing research. That is, not only are democrats worse for everyone but as it turns out, they’ve become the same party, anyways.
Someone recently referred to the US government as a “syndicate mob organization”. I felt that terminology completely appropriate. There’s gangs in every state and most of them can be bought by the highest bidder. The only chance since the mob heydays is that now they pretend they’re working for the people. In the 1930s and such, people didn’t trust the government! People shouldn’t trust the government. I mean, who do you think runs it? People who want money and power. That’s kind of the antithesis of “public servant”.
Tim Walz has been a blister in Minnesota’s heel almost since the beginning of his tenure. He could have simply remained a disappointing, unmemorable nameless idiot as a footnote in the history of Minnesota.
If not for…..the pandemic. The opportunity arose and he was one of the “democrats” that saw this as a great opportunity to prove that once and for all, democrats care and republicans are trying to kill you. Literally even.
Walz was a little late to the game that other democrats were instituting, but even he could see a sinking ship versus an opportunity.
I kind of wonder about the wisdom of Donald Trumps decision to leave management of the pandemic to state governments. I couldn’t decide whether it was idiotic or brilliant. At the time, I maintained a neutral position.
Two weeks to flatten the curve- MN Style
BLM Jumps on Board
Democratic infighting and the ongoing amount of “walkaways” from the far left.
BLM openly supports anti
Have been too busy working on Heath Info article to work on this.