Philadelphia’s Democratic voters owe the rest of the city an apology

Washington Examiner | March 6, 2023

It’s no secret that Philadelphia’s voters elected a mayor and district attorney so incompetent that the city has experienced its worst violent crime surge in three centuries of its history. This is mainly because of the radical (and incompetent) left-wing criminal justice policies and reforms that were put into effect during their terms. Nor is it a secret that Philadelphia is one of the worst poverty-stricken cities in the nation. It is consistently ranked as the “poorest” of the country’s biggest cities.

Last week, a former Democratic City Council member was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison after being convicted on bribery and fraud charges. Among his crimes was his involvement in a scheme in which he tried to force the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to use labor unions to install MRI machines. Bobby Henon attempted to extort a hospital dedicated to helping terminally ill children to make money. There were other crimes too, but this was the most egregious.

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2 Comments on Philadelphia’s Democratic voters owe the rest of the city an apology

  1. Yet this isn’t unique to Philadelphia – I’d wager violent crime is sky-rocketing around the white world. And how much of this crime is itself coordinated to instil as much fear and panic in the public as possible?

    Consider this story in the UK:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11827289/Internet-prankster-kicked-Asda-worker-dressed-Spider-Man-black-belt-martial-arts-champion.html#socialLinks

    A bunch of thugs trained in martial arts ‘answered a call “to cause chaos for likes” from a group called ‘Live Madness Replays’. They went into an Asda store (Walmart in the US) and started attacking the staff, even knocking female staff unconscious.

    I’d be interested to know who runs Live Madness Replays…

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