As recently as 2010, California’s governor, lieutenant governor, and state treasurer were all Republicans. Now Democrats hold every statewide elected office. In 2010 there were 19 Republican U.S. House members in the state. Now there are 14. In 2010 there were 15 Republicans in the State Senate and 32 in the State Assembly. Those numbers are now down to 13 and 25. The losing Republican presidential nominees each won 37 percent of the popular vote in California, in 2008 and 2012. The winning Republican presidential nominee took 31 percent of the vote in California in 2016.
Just 28 percent of adults approve of Trump’s job performance, according to a December survey by the Public Policy Institute of California. Just 30 percent told pollsters at the University of California, Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies they approve of Trump.
Most ominously for Republicans, the state’s top-two primary system, which places the top two finishers in a nonpartisan primary on the ballot in the general election, is very likely to produce a November ballot with no Republicans running for the top two positions, governor and U.S. senator.
Utopia is here.
Illegal aliens can run over as many people as they like. Drug dealers have billboards pitching their apps. Public defecation has been legalized creating a Hepatitis epidemic. And STDs are really taking off.
California has reached an all-time high in sexually transmitted diseases.
The California Department of Public Health said Monday that there were more than 300,000 cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and early syphilis reported last year.
That is a 45 percent increase compared to five years ago. Chlamydia and gonorrhea rates are highest among people under 30.
Social diseases and social justice. They go together.
Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield