By Rich Kozlovich
I think this cartoon epitomizes the constant drum beat we're hearing from the media and politicians all over the nation, on both sides of the aisle. If this cartoon is true, then we're really expected to believe this Red Wave failure was America's rebuke of Donald Trump and an embrace of unending inflation, high crime rates, massive spending, massive taxation, sexual grooming of America's children by the public education system, an out of control administrative state, expensive energy and energy shortages, racial disharmony, uncontrolled crime, unconstitutional mandates for false pandemics, and in short: We're expected to believe Americans supports destroying America.
Are we really expected to believe that?
Well, if that's true then why aren't we seeing that being played out in the real world?
If this election is a reflection of what America believes, then why is it we're seeing corporations that went all Woke, like Disney, are doing so badly?
Their stock is crashing, there are travel restrictions for company business, a hiring freeze and layoffs in the planning, and the nitwits running Disney claim they've been around for a long time and they will weather this storm. The only problem for Disney is there isn't a Walt Disney in charge. There are leftist nitwits who caved in to pressure from a small group of radicalized employees, and picked a fight with DeSantis, and lost. Their share value has dropped 62%.
If this election is a reflection of what America really believes then why are all these ESG enterprises, and investment companies like BlackRock, losing customers and clients? ESG represents very real dangers to America. Are we supposed to believe Americans think that's okay?
If this election is a reflection of what America believes, then why is it all over the nation parents are challenging the dictates of out of control tyrannical school boards who are mandating sexual grooming of America's children, pandemic mandates on masks and vaccination and CRT, and replacing these petty tyrants with conservatives who understand they work for the parents, not the other way around.
Election night did not deliver the overwhelming victory Republicans had hoped for on a national level, but on a local level — in school board races — conservatives picked up a wave of wins across the country. This week, conservatives flipped at least nine school boards in at least six states — Michigan, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey, and Florida — giving them conservative majorities, according to two parental rights groups who endorsed many of the victorious candidates.If that's true, and it is, then why would we believe these same parents voted for candidates who oppose them on every issue involving education, protection of America's children, and societal stability, even targeting them as domestic terrorists?