Hat tip Eagle Rising and National Review
I remember back in 1994 when I was in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, birthplace of Josef Stalin. We were conducting a drug training seminar for the Georgian police. The Georgian cops had taken us to the town of Gori, where Stalin was born. At his birthplace/museum we toured the tiny house where he was born, his private railroad car, and the museum built in his honor. Stalin is still considered the local boy who made good in Georgia. There is still a statue of him in the town square.
At lunch, the chief of police raised a toast to Stalin. I figured at the time that at least I would never have to experience something similar in the good old USA. That is until I read this:
This is what we have in Comrade de Blasio's New York City. Of course, these four council members are all Democrats.
How far we have fallen.