Grasshopper Soup: Gavin Newsome flunks Isaac Newton
Gavin Newsome is not the mayor of San Francisco, he’s the Lord of the Universe. He’s just using San Francisco as a base to gain popularity so he can conquer the Milky Way Galaxy.
His hubris is so colossal it’s absurd. He thinks he knows better than those of us who, for 232 years, have been seeking a consensus for the rule of law and order and mutual cooperation.
It just may be that Gavin thinks he is a force greater than gravity, but Jabbin’ Gavin needs to brush up on Newton’s laws of physics, because, apparently, he thinks that when an apple falls from a tree it is directly caused by the cow on the other side of the hill.
After a triple homicide by an illegal alien in dapper Gavin’s sanctuary city, he said that the killings happened “…because the system is broken.” He then proceeded, quite audaciously, to blame “…every elected federal official” for the murders.
Yes, that’s exactly what he said. There’s no taking it back. It’s official. Gavin Newsome has let the fat cat out of the bag. He has quite clearly, unequivocally and irrevocably, publicly proclaimed that he is a dunce. Apparently it never occurred to Gavin that the killer may have had something to do with the murders.
Gavin Newsome is a nuisance, and so are people like him. I am sure he has a few redeeming qualities, but when it comes to politics he is an idiot. His rationalization of the local and national political scene, the physical laws of cause and effect and reality itself are completely moronic.
If all it takes to get elected mayor of the most beautiful city in California is Newsom’s kind of logic and derelict intellect, no wonder all the kings horses and all the kings men couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty back together again.
I am all for giving people a break. But let’s start with our own people first. Sanctuary cities not only protect criminal illegal aliens, they violate federal law by giving them public assistance and benefits. Do you know how difficult it is for needy, legal American citizens to get public assistance and benefits?
It may be perfectly natural and inevitable for people to freely cross borders, but it is also perfectly natural and inevitable to apply some common sense dos and don’ts (we call them laws) to the free movement of human persons so the good ones don’t get killed by the bad ones.
The person responsible for the recent murders was in custody twice for serious felony charges before he killed again. San Francisco let him go.
The cause and effect establishing the reason for the murders is more easily traceable to Gavin Newsome than Capitol Hill. That is, if you want to be reasonable about it, which is not what Gavin Newsome wants, or is able, to do.
This is not about open borders, illegal or even legal immigration. This is about brains. If you want to affect public policy we’d like it if you had a good brain.
I’m waiting for Gavin Newsome to declare the murderer a hero for the just and holy cause of open borders and the liberating lasciviousness of lawlessness.
In case you think I am being too hard on Gavin, too mean spirited or too rude just because I disagree with him, remember Newton’s law that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Also, remember Newton’s law as it applies to airhead mayors: A goofball set in motion will remain in motion unless it is acted upon by an outside force.
I’m actually doing him a big favor by hitting him with this column. I just didn’t have the heart to let the poor guy keep falling.
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