A REAL GOVERNOR and His Bully Pulpit
[Decentralizing Power and The Use of the Bully Pulpit, Part 7]; "Yesterday, more than 300,000 watched my live stream broadcast. I guess that means you’re glad I’m exposing the sons of bitches..."
—This is my 20th live stream broadcast on my personal channel in the last 20 days, to all of you who live in our state. I’m your governor and this is my bully pulpit.
Yesterday, more than 300,000 of you watched. I guess that means you’re interested. I guess that means you’re glad I’m exposing the sons of bitches who are ruining life for us.
I’m talking about crimes and streets you don’t want to walk down anymore. Muggings and carjackings in broad daylight. Old people getting sucker punched and put in the hospital on life support.
This is paradise? This is the most beautiful state in the union? Bullshit. Not anymore. And you know it. And the politicians up in the capital sitting on their lard asses know it, too. And they’re not lifting a finger to make life better.
Yesterday, three more of your sons and daughters died because they took ONE pill that contained fentanyl, a deadly drug smuggled up through our wide open southern border.
Last week, in a county just north of that border, two men were arrested with 150,000 of those killer pills. And the prosecutor and the judge let them walk.
The grinning idiot who was your governor just before me said there was nothing he could do about the open border. He was busy ordering mask mandates and getting his hair just right with a new brand of gel. He’s a scumbag. You know it. I know it.
Today, I’m happy to announce we’re moving ahead with arrests and prosecutions of 15 state prosecutors who’ve made it easy for killers to walk free.
I have the report of our investigation. Let me sum it up for you. A murderer is arrested, and then magically he’s released. He’s never tried for his crimes. And then he maims and kills someone else.
That kind of thing. And these prosecutors make sure that happens. They’re on the side of crime. They’re killers, too. And we’re going to put their precious asses in prison.
We know where their campaign money came from. We know the names of the men who bankrolled them. We’re going after those men, too.
These prosecutors are the same people who refuse to prosecute what they call lesser crimes. Robbery, break-ins, assault with weapons, gang shootings.
Because all of a sudden those crimes don’t matter. Those crimes are just the way life is now. The new normal. Yeah, well, forget that bullshit. I’m going to do what you want me to do. Go to war against the criminals.
With these arrests of prosecutors, you can see I mean business. We’re not going to be sending signals to criminals—signals that say our state is wide open to theft and assault and rape and murder.
That day is over.
If 50,000 of you show up at the state capitol and stand in the street and demand justice for yourselves and your families, that would help.