Democrats know democracy dies in darkness, but we can’t save the planet unless we strip certain people of their right to do business even if millions do go without electricity for the next decade.
“I bought $300 worth of food and got a 50-cent per gallon discount,” said Sacramento resident Jorma Kaukonen, an elderly single woman who usually spends $50 a week on groceries.
CalPERS officially aligns itself with U.S. policy, but draws a bright red trail of dollars to Chinese intercontinental ballistic missiles, Muslim concentration camps, the NBA, and Hunter Biden.
Rational activists who glue themselves to airplanes or routinely lay down on busy freeways have simply had enough of the people who just want to get to work every day and pay their taxes.
The Sacramento Bee insulted CalEPA employees of color, saying rats are “infesting the courtyard” and the daycare is “crawling with vermin.”
“We’re building concentration camps not unlike those on the southern border,” said Mayor Steinberg. “Would Mr. Rogers do that? No. But what else would he do if he was in my shoes?”
Mayor and news columnist meet in thought bubble, decide Jesus Christ was right: “The homeless will always be with us.”