Leftists in City of Snohomish offer no solutions

Yes it happened, extreme radical leftists called progressives (I call them Marx Communists) are now in charge of the City of Snohomish. Sad part is these positions are supposed to be nonpartisan, but let us not kid ourselves, government is always political no matter who is in charge.

Here comes the utopian progressive dream of affordable housing “AKA government subsidies” which you the taxpayer will be paying for. Oh, and inclusion and diversity and wiping out white supremacy and even you parents “domestic terrorists” that disagree with CRT, and advanced sex education, defund police.

These same ideological miscreants that saw the same burning buildings and riots as we all did somehow believe were peaceful, are now in charge. Oh, I for one cannot wait to see what occurs in the next four years, as I predict businesses will be forced to comply, homelessness will blossom and crime will rise. You see, progressives offer no solutions, they offer only division, hate and Marxism.

If The Herald prints this I will be shocked.

John Lorenz


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