Did Bernie Really Win?

2020 July 12
by bc3b

The longer the campaign goes on, the further Joe Biden is lurching to the left to appease the progressive wing of the Democratic Party and all the special interest groups – BLM, the NAACP, Hispanics, LGBTQ activists and garden variety empty-headed young leftists.

What many more moderate Democratic voters and independents don’t realize the Democratic Party of 2020 is way to left of the Democratic Party of 2009. In 2009-10 the Democrats were in complete control, They held the White House, the Senate and the House, yet they left some things undone, primarily amnesty. You can bet they won’t make any major mistakes like that again. And, by passing laws legalizing mail-in voting and vote harvesting, they will be in perpetual control.

To RINOs like Romney, Cornyn and Graham, this is no big deal. They have theirs and they can live in gated communities without gear. And, as long as they are in Congress, they are  only too happy to cross the aisle and help the Democrats destroy the country.

One of Barack Obama’s goals, which he failed to accomplish was the destruction of the nation’s suburbs, and this is a goal Joe Dementia has adopted.

Joe Biden’s radical proposal for the Democrat Party platform for 2020 seeks to put an end to America’s suburban communities by forcing low-income housing into every neighborhood and flooding every community with immigrants, legal or otherwise.

The proposal, known as the Biden-Sanders Unity Task Force Recommendations, would provide instant amnesty and a pathway to U.S. citizenship for the 22 million illegal aliens now living in the nation. Astoundingly, it would also give legal status to all the world’s refugees regardless of the legitimacy of their claim to the status.

But on top of all that, Biden and Sanders are proposing that Barack Obama’s so-called Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rules will be put into full force.

For instance, in the “executive orders” section of the platform proposal, Biden/Sanders note that Biden would, “Implement the Obama-Biden Administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule requiring communities receiving certain federal funding to proactively examine housing patterns and identify and address policies that have discriminatory effects.”

The Biden/Sanders platform also scolds Trump, and says Biden would “Roll back Trump Administration policies gutting fair lending and fair housing protections.”

In another section, the platform states Biden would: “Ensure effective and rigorous enforcement of the Fair Housing Act and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act. Hold financial institutions accountable for discriminatory practices in the housing market.”

With a longer explanation, the platform states:

Democrats will vigorously enforce the Fair Housing Act and the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act and hold lenders accountable for discriminatory practices. We will use the federal government to enforce settlements against discriminatory lenders, and require communities to proactively review housing patterns and remedy local policies that have a discriminatory effect. Democrats will give local elected officials tools and resources to combat gentrification, penalize predatory lending practices, and maintain homeownership, including exploring targeted rental relief when exorbitant rent increases force long-term residents from their communities and tackling persistent racial bias in appraisals that contributes to the racial wealth gap.

If you are unsure of what all this means, the Obama AFFH rules would force every single American city or town to add section 8 and so-called “low-income” housing in every community.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson recently explained what the outcome of such a rule would mean for America’s suburban communities.

Carlson said the Biden platform would:

…make the rest of America very much like our biggest cities have become: squalid, dangerous, chaotic and unhappy. They’d like to do to your neighborhood what they have done to New York City. The main thing they’ve done to New York is make it scary. Violent crime is surging dramatically there, as we have told you night after night. none of the main reasons for that is the elimination of cash bail — the city no longer holds the people at arrests.

The Fox host then added:

Democrats want to abolish the suburbs. They are too clean and nice, and therefore by definition, they are racist. The Biden campaign has highly specific plans on how to do this. It’s called affirmatively furthering fair housing. It’s a HUD regulation, it was written during the Obama administration. Biden’s advisors plan to enforce it. They will cut off critical federal funds for municipalities unless those municipalities submit to federal control of urban planning. Towns will be ordered to abolish zoning for single-family housing because single-family homes, needless to say, are racist. Low-income federally subsidized apartments will go up in the suburbs. It’s a good bet you won’t see any of this. You won’t see projects being built in Aspen or Martha’s Vineyard or anywhere else Eric Holder vacations but in your neighborhood? Oh, yeah.

The rules would make planning and building homes in every neighborhood the exclusive business of the federal government which would tell all of us how we are allowed to live, in what sort of homes, and where those homes are built.
That is what you will be getting if Joe Biden wins in November.

46 Responses leave one →
  1. 2020 July 12 7:13 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Nothing like paying (through taxes) to have your neighborhood destroyed.

  2. 2020 July 12 8:09 pm
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    Eph permalink

  3. 2020 July 12 8:11 pm
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    Eph permalink

    FYI…

    Bernie won in 2016 too. LMAO.

    …undefeated is the King

    PS. Great thread BC.

  4. 2020 July 12 9:03 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    This is an old, but lucid article on AFFH. Obama (now Biden) plan to regionalize areas. Thus, in order to get federal grants, Iowa will have to build subsidized housing for poor blacks in Chicago, who will then be transported to Iowa. Forming a blue-voting pod that can be expanded.

    Repubs should have killed it when they had the chance.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/affh-preview-obamas-hud-takes-over-dubuque-iowa/

  5. 2020 July 13 12:29 am
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    bc3b permalink

    Is there any question that the Democrats have become the anti-working class party? If I was Trump. that’s how I would bill them. This, and other Democratic proposals impact working class Americans of all races.

  6. 2020 July 13 12:35 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    “What many more moderate Democratic voters and independents don’t realize the Democratic Party of 2020 is way to left of the Democratic Party of 2009.”

    I don’t know if that is true any longer. I watched a CSPAN call in Sunday. Caller after caller on the Dim side were renouncing any support for the party.

  7. 2020 July 13 12:35 am
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    bc3b permalink

    Eph –

    You likely saw that this plan is billed as Biden-Sanders. But, I think it answers the question “Why should I even bother to to vote?” once and for all.

  8. 2020 July 13 12:36 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    2,

    Did the King have a few too many??

  9. 2020 July 13 12:40 am
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    bc3b permalink

    drdog09#6 –

    Like Eyeore, Budweiser bills itself as the “king” and it tastes like p!ss. Eyeore likely had too many Buds.

  10. 2020 July 13 12:42 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    “… Democrats will give local elected officials tools and resources to combat gentrification …”

    Excuse me but I thought a bunch of Dim mayors were depending on the gentrification process to raise the tax base so as to save their cities? Follow that proposal and all it does is solidify maintenance of a lower class status for most of the residents of a city, aka Chicago, which is already hollowed out.

  11. 2020 July 13 12:52 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    Recall petition against Seattle mayor approved — https://komonews.com/news/local/judge-petition-to-allow-recall-election-for-mayor-jenny-durkan-can-proceed — 50+k signatures needed.

  12. 2020 July 13 1:01 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    More on Wuhan CoVid lab — https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8513631/Scientists-Wuhan-virus-lab-defected-West-reveals-Steve-Bannon.html — which by the way is in the target zone should the 3 Gorges dam give way.

  13. 2020 July 13 4:07 am
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    https://retractionwatch.com/2020/07/06/authors-of-study-on-race-and-police-killings-ask-for-its-retraction-citing-continued-misuse-in-the-media/#more-119906

    They want their own study to be retracted, not because the data is wrong, or the methodology unsound… nope, because they don’t like who’s actually using said data… (to counter BLM). Fking hilarious.

    12 – Yeah I don’t buy some off hand comment from Bannon about this, to me it’s like anonymous sources say…’xyz’.

  14. 2020 July 13 4:51 am
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    https://www.paul.senate.gov/news/senators-paul-king-crapo-and-lee-reintroduce-fair-act-reform-civil-asset-forfeiture-process

    Sadly I doubt it even gets any attention, let alone a vote, and passage, too many pockets are lined by the daily abuse of such today. If the woke crowd actually cared in improving communities over time, they’d get behind things like this. If you want to ‘defund’ police and DA excess, at least around the edges, in a way that could garner wide support, one would naturally start here, that they don’t speaks volumes to it never being about actual results.

  15. 2020 July 13 6:09 am
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    justrand permalink

    bc3b: “It’s up to the Trump campaign to convince independent and more moderate Democrats that if the Democrats win, the country will move to the far left and will never be what it was.

    Absolutely.

    One of my very best friends is at least as Conservative as we are here. But he has always been adamant about NOT following the news, and NEVER wants to talk about politics. He just wants to be left alone. Over the last few weeks he has started multiple conversations with me and others on the situation in our country.

    And then two days ago said this to me: “Americans need to wake up and push back hard now, before it’s too late.” (I chided him, reminding him that he used to clam up when anyone tried to talk about the state of the nation). He’s a good man to have on our side…and though he has always been on our side, he is now ready to get vocal and confrontational about it. And there are millions like him, who feel they have been silent too long. I hope it’s not too late.

  16. 2020 July 13 6:32 am
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    In 4 months we will know whether we are a failed republic or a successful demokracy . I fear the latter. Methinks I will be shuffling off this mortal coil at the right time.

  17. 2020 July 13 6:36 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    14,

    Yep, it appears in politics these days that how you frame a desire is more important than what the bill is to achieve. prima faciae case — CARE Act.

  18. 2020 July 13 7:01 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    JR, for your friend….

  19. 2020 July 13 7:04 am
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    justrand permalink

    Drdog, thx for the Clint Eastwood picture…it even kinda looks like my buddy 🙂

  20. 2020 July 13 7:13 am
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    drdog09 permalink

  21. 2020 July 13 7:15 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    “I love it when a buycott comes together!” — https://www.zerohedge.com/political/lefts-boycott-goya-has-backfired-spectacularly-conservative-customers-clean-out-store — Goya marketing dept is probably dancing a gig while the dept head ‘hands in face’ figures out how to top this event….

  22. 2020 July 13 8:43 am
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    JimNorCal permalink

    18, love it too

  23. 2020 July 13 8:47 am
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    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #21 –

    In addition to “buycotts,” people who love this country need to boycott brands from woke corporations that are helping the left destroy our country (e.g. Coca-Cola, P&G, Pepsi, Campbell’s, Kellogg’s, Nike, Levi’s, Chase, etc.). My last two leases have been Chevrolets – great vehicles – but I will be looking at Fords and Jeeps next time.

  24. 2020 July 13 9:15 am
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    fight on permalink

    I feel so woke now.

    https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/07/12/usc-will-remove-john-wayne-exhibit-after-student-protests/

    When I went there in the late 70’s it was still a little on the conservative side. Not anymore.

    Football team is an embarrassment the new president is a bleeding lib, admission scandal. So sad.

  25. 2020 July 13 11:45 am
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    JimNorCal permalink

    Heh.
    It’s fun to see libs get the treatment we have become accustomed to.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8513727/Actors-writers-producers-warn-reverse-racism-film-industry.html
    Hollywood’s identity crisis: Actors, writers and producers warn of ‘reverse racism’ in the film industry which has created a ‘toxic’ climate for anyone who is a white, middle-age man

    Bummer, dude.

  26. 2020 July 13 12:06 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

  27. 2020 July 13 12:12 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    A bit of detail on the recent DACA loss at the hands of SCOTUS: RINOs of course.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/jeff-reynolds/2020/07/12/writer-catches-the-new-york-times-accidentally-reporting-who-sabotaged-the-daca-decision-at-scotus-n634491

    on Friday the New York Times published an interview with Elaine Duke, who served as the former acting secretary of Homeland Security for four months in 2017, after John Kelly moved over to White House chief of staff but before Kirstjen Nielsen was confirmed to replace him. And as the Times reporter makes sure to tell readers, Duke is a “lifelong Republican” and “veteran of nearly 30 years at the Departments of Homeland Security and Defense.”

    Ms. Duke’s most lasting legacy is likely to be the memo she signed — under pressure — to end that program. Her decision not to cite any specific policy reasons was at the heart of the Supreme Court’s ruling, which said the Trump administration had failed to substantively consider the implications of terminating the program’s protections and benefits.

    Ms. Duke said she did not include policy reasons in the memo because she did not agree with the ideas being pushed by Mr. Miller and Mr. Sessions: that DACA amounted to an undeserved amnesty and that it would encourage new waves of illegal immigration.

    That’s right. We now know, thanks to the New York Times (and the sharp eyes of Becca Lower of RedState) who sabotaged the DACA case and handed the Trump administration an otherwise inexplicable loss.

    Me: of course, SCOTUS was probably looking for any fig leaf to hide behind in giving the opinion they rendered

  28. 2020 July 13 12:22 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    More good news. 🙂

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/386753/
    Rich New Yorkers Aren’t Filling Out the Census. Poor New Yorkers May Suffer. If residents who fled the virus for second homes aren’t counted, the city could lose out on crucial federal money — and congressional seats.
    (Note: the InstaPundit piece links to an NYTimes article so “be careful” LOL)

  29. 2020 July 13 1:44 pm
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    Eph permalink

    26 DR.

    Really?

    Throw in fraud and Biden wins all 57 states.

    -The King

  30. 2020 July 13 2:31 pm
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    Eph permalink

    DOW??? What happened??

    Was +500

  31. 2020 July 13 2:39 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    More on what I posted yesterday:

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/83-la-teachers-vote-stay-closed-fall-will-not-open-schools-unless-charter-schools-closed-police-defunded/

    WTF do closing charter schools and de-funding police have to do with COVID-19?

    Police violence “is a leading cause of death and trauma for Black people, and is a serious public health and moral issue,” the union writes.

    I’ve seen this same lie (identical wording) in about five different places in the last week.

  32. 2020 July 13 2:44 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    Fight On #29 –

    Be glad there was a time when you could have been proud of USC. I was never proud of University of Detroit (now University of Detroit Mercy). I didn’t want to go there. It was my parents’ idea. They wanted me to have a Jesuit education (even though I paid 100% of my own tuition).

  33. 2020 July 13 4:27 pm
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    bc3b permalink

  34. 2020 July 13 5:07 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    37, crap.
    I guess that’s why we call him Newsolini.

  35. 2020 July 13 5:44 pm
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    JimNorCal permalink

    Heh. A full 100% of the Pediatricians asked “would you let your kid return to ‘in person’ school” say YES. Firmly, confidently, even joyfully.
    https://twitter.com/DonaldJTrumpJr/status/1282754415741599749
    The NBC anchor’s glum look is … priceless.

  36. 2020 July 13 5:44 pm
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    bc3b permalink

  37. 2020 July 13 6:47 pm
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    drdog09 permalink

    Your educational primer of the evening — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOa1foc5IXI&feature=youtu.be — Topic: Revolution. Length: 1:15m

    What is old is being used now.

  38. 2020 July 13 6:57 pm
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    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #39 –

    37, crap.
    I guess that’s why we call him Newsolini.

    At least Benito Mussolini was able to have the trains running on time.

  39. 2020 July 13 7:26 pm
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    Eph permalink

    So if the left wants to “re-imagine” law enforcement can I “re-imagine” Alabama and Georgia from 1850?

    Both ideas would make the USA a much safer place.

  40. 2020 July 13 10:05 pm
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    https://nationalfile.com/kobach-mitch-mcconnell-spends-millions-attacking-me-because-he-wants-a-yes-man-senator/

    Trufff.
    Also cause Mitch must hate that he’s about the only R I could name who’s attempted to do something about voter fraud and actually voteroll vs citizenship data filtering.

  41. 2020 July 14 12:47 am
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    drdog09 permalink

    Rumored this is IP’s next flying gig — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNNru8cz6hU — Beer kegerator optional.

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