All that’s left is to pick the carcass clean. California’s liberal Democratic leaders seem determined to destroy the once Golden State of California and the Dream of many Americans. Broke, mismanaged, in economic decline, over taxed and stifled by out of control, crazy social policies, the state has sunk so low that it has turned to selling drugs to try and make ends meet.
Not to be outdone by the State of California, the City of Malibu has insured that the city will never have to issue a ticket for an unruly hedge or an unkempt lawn for want of a gardener. And missed nail appointments? No problem as long as you have a ‘Third World” class supply of nannies.
President Donald Trump, who based his insurgent campaign heavily on an anti-immigration platform, might end up enacting legislative amnesty for hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants as his first major accomplishment.
But as Trump shifted this week to a softer approach on the young immigrants in legal limbo through no fault of their own, many of his most die-hard supporters moved right along with him — among them Arpaio, who was ousted in November by voters tired of his inflammatory approach.
Regardless of your point of view, a few of Don’s Juan Memes are still good for some guilty ‘non-politically correct’ fun.
Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake said Friday that he would have “preferred” that President Donald Trump allow the judicial process to “take its course” instead of pardoning former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Flake, who has slammed Trump and his policies in recent weeks, took to Twitter:
Regarding the Arpaio pardon, I would have preferred that the President honor the judicial process and let it take its course.
Remember, come Primary Season, that Senator Flake has aligned himself with Hillary Clinton’s view of Sheriff Joe. Hillary’s view, from the New York Times,
Hillary Clinton sharply denounced Sheriff Joe Arpaio, saying the Maricopa County sheriff, who became the face of hard-line anti-immigration policies because of his tactics here, had treated his “fellow human beings with disrespect” and contempt.”
“It just makes my heart sink,” Mrs. Clinton told a rally of mostly Latino supporters on Monday. “We are better than that.”
Yes, Senator. You make our hearts sink, too. Such a disappointment you are.