My, my, my… it looks like Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Democrats have not been able to perfect “BleachBit” or the use of that “cloth” in erasing the Internet of things they really do not want seen. Al Gore needs to forget about that Global Warming and figure out why Democrats can’t erase history on that Internet he created. He needs to get on that or Hillary might get mad. As we say in the South, “Bless their hearts!”
What difference, at this point, does it make? The difference between an interview involving Columbia University Professor Richard Cloward and former Alabama Governor George C. Wallace and how long it will be before we see Gov. Jerry Brown of California subjected to an equal interview about California’s poverty rate that is the highest in the United States?
Richard Cloward was a professor at Columbia’s School of Social Work in 1954 and held visiting posts at the Hebrew University, the University of Amsterdam, the University of California, Santa Barbara and Arizona State University. Cloward was awarded a doctorate in sociology from Columbia University in 1958. He also co-founded the National Welfare Rights Organization that worked to federalize aid to families with dependent children by building local welfare rolls. He co-authored a book titled Delinquency and Opportunity: A Theory of Delinquent Gangs. Cloward co-published a paper in the May issue of The Nation magazine — “The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty”, which worked to eliminate poverty by increasing demands on the federal government, leading to the implementation of a guaranteed minimum income.
During an interview that only President Trump can appreciate, Cloward asked about “the hundreds of thousands of people in your state and many other states have been thrown into a state of near starvation”. Cloward continued, “What you have done in Alabama or what other Southern governors have done to deal with the plight of this mass of people?”
Governor Wallace having been a successful boxer in high school did not lie down and take this interview lightly. Wallace had also served in the Army, Circuit Court Judge, governor, and was a Presidential candidate in 1968. Just as the mainstream news media treat President Trump, it was more of like a firing line against Wallace. When he started scoring punches with his responses to the interviewers they cut it short. Only this short video can do it justice. Even though the title shows segregation, the interview never made it that far!
I just read an article titled “What’s the Matter with California?” The article was authored by Michael Walsh on the PJ Media website posted January 14, 2018. What the matter with California concerns is the current state of poverty. Yep, the State of California is now the “State of the Poor” according to the Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure, that factors in the cost of housing, food, utilities and clothing, and which includes noncash government assistance as a form of income. According to this measure, California has the highest poverty rate in the country where nearly one out of five residents are poor.
I guess Californians really could use some of those “crumbs” from President Trump and the Republicans’ recently passed tax bill as alluded to by Rep. Nancy Pelosi. Maybe Sneaky Diane Feinstein shouldn’t be focusing so much on that Fusion GPS testimony. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia is not going to worry about California while he’s not at the President’s State of the Union Address. Hillary Rodham Clinton is really not going to be worried California or all those countries in the news right now like Haiti because she’s busy trying to work out that “cloth thing” with indictments having been issued in the Uranium One Deal.
Californians are working on that #Calexit secession plan to place the secession referendum on the 2018 ballot through the YesCalifornia campaign. Looks like the United States can afford a #Calexit after all and save a few “crumbs”.
So if CNN, NBC, MSNBC or any other news outlet needs a legitimate story that is not Fake News, they should call Governor Brown of California. His phone number at the Governor’s Office is (916) 445-2841. I hope he doesn’t mind me giving out his number. Maybe Anderson Cooper or Don Lemon could be assigned to interview the governor. If one of the TV news media channels quickly pursues this interview they just might avoid receiving President’s Trump’s first award for Fake News! Besides, Gov. Wallace was a Democrat like Gov. Brown so what difference does it make?
Would you like to see an interview with Gov. Brown about California’s #1 poverty rate in the country? I know several Southern states would!
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