Wall St. Journal nails it again! Never listen to the their opinion pages unless you want to see billionaires begging.
I've only agreed with three @WSJ opinion pieces in 60 years. Two have come out around the failed Trump presidency. I forget the other one. Just this morning they failed big time again. The WSJ published a hit piece on the Democratic Party and Joe:
Joe Biden and the Slow Death of Liberalism
Democrats are again choosing a moribund ideology bereft of new ideas. Radicalism beckons.
Why is the Republican party the failed conglomeration of conspiracy theories and billionaires?
White identity politics is about to fail spectacularly. #BankruptcyOrDeath is not a healthcare policy.
What to do when your White identity is no longer the majority?
How can this morally bankrupt system be fixed?
Why does the Wall St. Journal care about this stuff?
Old, failed policies? Nope, regardless of which party Americans are in, it's the policies they want! That's what scares the WSJ: Americans want Universal Healthcare.
Regardless of which party they are in, Americans want billionaires to pay their fair share.
The billionaires have been winning the class war for the last fifty years. The inequality is beyond anything seen since the Great Depression. This current Great Decimation will put an end to that. If they want to stay in the United States and be protected by Americans, the billionaire class is going to pay. And they aren't going to dictate the laws anymore either, it's going to be a negotiation. One man, one vote. Donations are public knowledge. Lying and conspiracy theories will be evident to all. This is the point of HR#1 (another blog post on another day.) And all of the Democrats have signed on. Things are going to change.