Charlotte: City Council faces voter backlash if city doesn’t protect illegals

News stories in the Charlotte Observer rarely get more than 2 or 3 comments. This story borders on the bizarre. I hope it signals either the death of the Observer or a wakeup call to the McClatchy chain to the New Normal in the United States. The deplorables are steering the ship now.

Non-citizens can’t vote – how can they cause a voter backlash? Vote multiple times illegally? The people who support sanctuary cities vote for the Democrats on the council. Is the backlash that responsible God fearing black people are ready to leave the Democratic plantation?

The number of comments is up into the hundreds – as far as I know, the story was not linked to from Drudge.

Yesterday, the Charlotte Business Journal reported that the housing stock in Charlotte is getting scarce, with the few houses that come on the market selling for 96% of the asking price, and sellers getting multiple offers to choose from. All the leaders of the HB2 boycott proved was that they did not understand the City of Charlotte or the State of North Carolina.

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3 Responses to Charlotte: City Council faces voter backlash if city doesn’t protect illegals

  1. briand75 says:

    Voter backlash? I am in complete agreement. Illegals are not supposed to vote. My concern is that they do so maybe this is a “we refuse to stuff the ballot box” movement. The more petty, infantile behavior I see from progressives, the more I wonder how we survived 8 years of Obama and the second 4 years of G.W. prior to that.

    • Fred Stiening says:

      Perhaps the lawn care workers will call for a national strike and not show up for work

      • briand75 says:

        If you work in Cleveland, you can see the city parks and various landscapes grow wild due to lack of care. We pretty much have it down to a science. No voter backlash – oh wait – we do have Public Square where the road through the center is closed because the Mayor says its a potential terror issue. Apparently, it’s more dangerous to have a bomb go off in a bus shelter on the square than it is to have it go off in from of one the buildings on the square.

        Mayor Frank Jackson – truly an example of how the Democratic machine works in bigger cities. Incompetent, unstable, low-brow and a few other terms of “endearment”. No voter backlash here – even though he may get Cleveland booted from the Fed’s infrastructure grant list, they will re-elect this man by a landslide.

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