A Commentary On The Obvious by Mitch Santell
The mainstream media loves to weave their own stories, not based on any facts.
The mainstream media tries daily to tell you what to think.
Can you think for yourself?
Do you have discernment and can see all the levels of color and grey?
Last night was the single most fantastic piece of American political theater that I have ever witnessed during my time on this earth.
President Trump did not wish to conduct his second debate via a Zoom call.
President Trump was on NBC while Biden was on ABC.
A little clip of Trump from today:
My take? Trump is going to win by a landslide even though the polls say he is behind.
Want to dig a little deeper?
Trump is about to send another 300+ Million Dollars of Federal Tax money to Gavin Newsom to help Northern California’s Fire destruction.
What is the response from Gavin Newson?
Thank you, Mr. Trump.
Now let’s look at Orange County, California. The commentary placed here I did not write, and I believe that this Opinion is very accurate to what is happening here.
There are 58 counties in the state of California, but Gov. Gavin Newsom seems to have a real bee in his bonnet with Orange County, specifically.
It seems like Newsom won’t be happy until Orange County becomes Blue County.
As one of Newsom’s first acts as governor, he went on a media blitz in New York City where he threw the city of Huntington Beach under the bus, and then proceeded to back up over it a few times.
While speaking to NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” Newsom bragged about taking Huntington Beach to court over low-income housing.
“One of the first acts I did as governor was sue one of our cities, Huntington Beach, for not even zoning in housing, let alone planning and producing requisite housing. We have a housing crisis, no surprise that the issue of homelessness has manifested itself as acutely as it has. But the NIMBYism is out of control,” he insisted.
Homeless and low-income people in California get welfare, Medicaid, food stamps, subsidized housing, free education, free school lunches…and now they want a place by the beach, too?
For what it’s worth, on Newsom’s watch, the number of people living on California streets jumped 16 percent in 2019 to about 151,000, while homelessness in most states dropped dramatically.
And Newsom won’t stop until he turns Surf City into Tent City.
Then, after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Newsom shut down Orange County beaches, while leaving beaches in other counties open for business.
Written by John Phillips at the Orange County Register, read more here: