Democrats like to boast about how progressive they are and I guess that's true, they really are progressive. As I see it, they're progressively getting worse and more immoral.
They are so bad nowadays that I think that we would all be better off just sending them all to California, remove them from the United States, and let them fend for themselves there. There's not much good left in California anyway. I was born there and I know I wouldn't miss it.
As an example of just how ridiculous they've become, take a look at what happened in North Carolina during a local board of elections meeting. Some citizens wanted to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and three Democratic members of that board voted against it.
But it gets worse...one of them even threatened to call the cops.
According to Western Journal,
The vote prompted an audience-member-led recitation — and the Democratic chairwoman threatened to call the police if anyone did the same at the next meeting, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
The board of elections meeting for the county had been attended and filmed in its entirety by a local reporter for the Bladen Online media outlet.
The first order of business raised at the meeting was in regard to the Pledge and was raised by board member Emory White, a military veteran. Only White and the other Republican on the board, fellow veteran Michael Aycock, voted in favor of adding the Pledge to the agenda, while chairwoman Louella Thompson and fellow Democratic board members Deborah Belle and Patsy Sheppard voted against it.
A few moments after that vote, the floor was opened up for attendees to address the board with any questions, and several people spoke out in opposition to the decision to not recite the pledge prior to the start of board meetings, as is done with an opening invocation.
Chairwoman Thompson actually threatened to call the police on them for reciting the pledge. “The next meeting, if that happens again, law enforcement will be called because it is against the law to disrupt a meeting that is going on, and that is what happened today with the reciting of the pledge,” she said.