by Dave Young
Miro Weinberger isn’t seeking re-election as Mayor of Burlington Vermont. It’s being reported that he will run for Governor of Vermont. Miro’s Burlington has led to the highest crime, homelessness, drug overdoses and deaths, and taxes it’s ever seen. Do you think, as Governor, he will do anything better for the State of Vermont?
Let’s lay this scenario out:
1) Miro Weinberger, a Progressive Socialist (same as Bernie was as Mayor) runs for Governor. Phil Scott, incumbent Republican Governor runs for another term. Vermont is at least 73% Democrat/Progressive. Who do you think wins that matchup? Miro.
2) Miro Weinberger runs for Governor. Phil Scott decides not to run for re-election (knowing full well that Vermonters will choose Miro over him AND because the Democrats hold a super majority in the House and Senate, any bill veto by Scott can be overridden.
3) Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman runs for Governor. He is as far Progressive/Socialist Left as there is in Vermont.
6) Miro wins: Vermont is done for.
7) Zuckerman wins: Vermont is done for.
In Vermont, 83% of our Legislature is made up of P/D (Progressive/Democrat/Liberal/Socialist). This will leave Vermont with:
a) Senior Senator – Bernie Sanders (Progressive/Socialist)
b) Junior Senator – Peter Welch (Democrat/Liberal)
c) Congress Person – Becca Balint (female version of Bernie Sanders)
If Miro wins and Zuckerman runs for re-election:
d) Governor – Miro Weinberger (Progressive Socialist)
e) Lt. Governor – David Zuckerman (Progressive/Socialist)
Democrat/Progressive run cities:
- White River Junction
Unless you are a barely employed, roommate/renter, the policies and Bills that will come out of future Vermont leadership will crush every homeowner/taxpayer, because they will need every dollar they can lay claim on to fund their dystopian programs.
The author is a Charlotte resident.
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