Colors: Cyan Color

The year 2020 threw the United States another curveball with the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her vacant seat on the Supreme Court is an inverse of the situation that occurred four years ago, when Justice Antonin Scalia passed away during an election year. This time, however, the Republicans hold the presidency in addition to the Senate.

“That’s a nice country you have there. It would be a shame if something happened to it.”

The mafia tactics of the Left have broken out into mayhem around the country. Minneapolis, Portland, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Kenosha, and many other cities have experienced rioting, looting, arson, and murder on their streets committed by Antifa and the Black Lives Matter movement. The message is simple: “Vote the way we want or we burn it down.” This message has been cultivated by the Democratic Party for years, well before Donald Trump.

For the last five years, the political left has declared a war on law enforcement in the United States. Since the death of George Floyd at the end of May, this war has been open on the streets, with many casualties. This past weekend, two more police officers were shot at point-blank range in California. Before going to the polls in November, law abiding citizens around the country must decide who they stand with: the cops or the criminals.

In a moment when memes are regarded as legitimate news outlets, the sight of moving vans this past Sunday on the Upper West Side of Manhattan appeared to fit perfectly with the narrative of New Yorkers fleeing their city amid a spike in crime, homelessness, and urban unrest. “The mass evacuation of Upper West Siders from New York City is in full effect,” local resident and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa told a New York Post reporter. “The moment I walked out on my block near Central Park West, there was a moving truck.”

With less than two months until Election Day, the race between President Trump and former Vice President Biden is heating up. So much attention will be focused on the national contest that it’s easy, especially in deep blue New York, to forget that local races are far more important in terms of representation. This is why Republican Tom Zmich is challenging Democratic incumbent Grace Meng for NY Congressional District 6.

Last week, the Democratic National Convention had the opportunity to showcase the best they have to offer so Americans would choose to vote for them this coming November. Instead, what the waning audience was treated to was hatred, divisiveness, darkness, paranoia, and conspiracy theories.