The New York Times (NYT) is a global media outlet that highlights the policies of the liberal and the ideals that perpetuate inequality in Democrat countries. The results are not surprising to anyone but comfortable.
The NYT responds to the Democrats’ performance in states with full authority. Subdivisions:
It is easy to blame the other side. And for many Democrats, it is clear that Republicans are hindering the progress of the same people. But what happens when Republicans do not stand in the way? In most states – including California, New York and Illinois – Democrats control all power. They run the government. They write the rules. And as we can see in the video, they often do not do what they want. In highways, most blue countries are doing worse than the red countries. And in the blue districts where affordable housing is often hard to come by, there is a huge disparity in education costs and economic inequality is on the rise. Instead of asking, “What’s wrong with Kansas?” Democrats have to spend a lot of time thinking, “What’s the matter with California?”
The video ends with the following:
What we are talking about here is that the blue states are the problem. Blue areas are where the housing problem is. Blue states are where the difference in tuition fees is most significant. Blue areas are places where thousands of homeless people live on the streets. Blue areas are areas where economic inequality is rampant in this country. This is not a problem of inadequacy. It’s a situation where blue is a problem.