By: Cliff Kincaid
In a calculated putdown, the Washington Post once highlighted conservative Christian voters as “poor, uneducated, and easy to command.” But that seems to be a more accurate description of the residents of Washington D.C., who will vote to convict former President Trump of anything presented to them by a partisan prosecutor and grand jury. That’s what a new opinion poll indicates.
These survey results demonstrate how the hallowed jury system has been weaponized against the people.
But things may be slowly changing in the nation’s capital, as illegal aliens flood the city, reminding people that Trump’s policies of stopping the invasion had some benefits for Americans as a whole.
The Babylon Bee’s humorous headline captures the scene: “Democrats Complain That Illegal Immigrants Are Destroying Their Sanctuary Cities.”
I skimmed the Washington Post and found a story about illegal aliens overwhelming city services in the nation’s capital. I regarded it as official confirmation that some Republicans had succeeded in outsmarting the Biden regime.
The first paragraph said it all: “It’s been about 17 months since Republican governors from Texas and Arizona started sending thousands of migrants to the District and other cities in protest of President Biden’s border policies, but questions and concerns remain about the availability of short-term shelter in the nation’s capital as buses continue to arrive.”
This was a convoluted way of saying that the rich elitists in D.C., a sanctuary city, are starting to feel the pinch.