If someone from Europe asked you where he or she should live in America, what would you say? You might pause before you answered. This past year has unshuffled the so-called “Top 10 Best Places to Live,” as well as the “Top 10 Worst Places to Live” in America. What used to be cities and neighborhoods where the elite basked in luxury and where the the vast majority only dreamed of living, are now violent cities full of choas, riots and danger. Many have riots every night. Shootings and crime have skyrocketed in these cities. Businesses by the thousands have been destroyed in the riots, and 30% of all small businesses are closed permanently in America because of riots and government mandated shut downs.
Perhaps last year you would have answered your friend by suggesting Seattle, but surely you would not today. Seattle has been known as an extreme left wing city for a long time, but the Chop Zone put Seattle on the map as a borderline insane city, especially because the psychotic Mayor endorsed and supported the violent rioters in the Chop Zone, and people died as a result.
Perhaps a year ago you would have suggested Portland, but surely Portland would not make your good list, although it probably would be on everyone’s list of the 10 Worst Places to Live in America. I always marveled at how people in the Portland area excused their city’s well known sexual immorality, pedophilia, and human trafficking problems. Do you remember the wacko environmental extremists who demanded that Portland and all Oregon shoreline cites be moved 100 miles inland to protect the beaches and oceans? What can you say when words like “wacko,” or “insane,” or “bizarre,” or “crazy,” or “demonic” seem to fall so far short of reality?
Perhaps a year ago you would have suggested San Francisco or Los Angeles, although I cannot imagine why. But surely you would not recommend either of those cities except to your worst enemies. The human defecation on the streets, the massive out-of-control homeless and poverty problems that have overwhelmed those cities is beyond words. If you were an expert on economics and business development, you could not have put a better plan together to destroy San Francisco and Los Angeles and many California cities.
Perhaps a year ago, you would have suggested the great immigrant destination of New York for anyone wanting to move to America. Surely today you would not even mention New York, unless you were in a pub with a group of inebriated friends, and you were mocking New York for it’s several hundred percent increase in shootings during the recent democrat inspired lawlessness. Billionaires are escaping New York in leased jets with volume discounts, and they’re taking their tax dollar with them. Anyone who took Economics 101 in college would have known the wealthy would escape New York. It feels a bit like a Kurt Russell movie entitled, “Escape New York.”
Perhaps a year ago you would have recommended Chicago. No wait. Even a rational human being would never have suggested Chicago. I once went to school for a short time in Chicago, and it was a run down pit of poverty even then. I recall house after house in some neighborhoods with broken and boarded windows. Since the satanic party, excuse me, I mean the democratic party has controlled and completely dominated the city, it has become a pit of despair, and that’s being exceedingly polite.
Since the night of the George Floyd shooting in Minneapolis, our cities have mostly been on fire every night. This is what the democratic party does now. Their leadership is determined to take America down. This isn’t my opinion. You’ll hear many democrats say, “If they don’t do what we want, we’ll burn it all down.”
They have destroyed the glory of America’s greatest cities and turned them into cesspools of depravity and poverty.
I’m a Christian, so I thank God I won’t be here much longer. We are incredibly near the rapture and then the 7 year tribulation. If you don’t believe that, let me ask a simple question. What do you think is going to happen when all Christians are raptured and you’re left in the America we are living in today? Just asking . . .