There's a common thread among cities plagued by violent protests

If you haven't noticed, there's a common thread between the cities that have been going through the violent protesting we have seen following the death of George Floyd.

That common thread is the makeup of the leadership in cities like New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia. Bob Price at Breitbart says they all have similar philosophies.

"Policing is a local issue, controlled by local Mayors. In most of these cases the cities are being led by Democrats," Price said.

And those Democrats have not run those cities efficiently. Price says all you have to do is look at the budget problems they all have.

"They call it the 'Super-massive Blue Hole,' which is the money spent by all of these cities that never gets to its intended purpose," Price stated.

That's because the poverty and crime issues they've tried, and failed, to fix.

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