Mike Adams explains why cities are “death traps” and how a single cataclysmic event could eliminate up to 80% of Democrat voters while leaving Republican voters relatively unscathed.
Podcast Transcript: “When you look closely at Left vs Right on the political system, it’s really about the cities versus the rural areas. Cities tend to be very strongly democrat and the rural areas strongly republican. This is really true all across the country. So, it’s not just (let’s say California) – you can’t say California is more liberal. It’s really only the cities in California… the big cities. The rest of California is really actually more rural and more conservative – and voted for Trump. The same goes for Texas, which is mostly conservative, but the big cities are quite liberal and progressive. Like Austin.”