Map of the Two Americas Explains a Lot About the War on the Suburbs

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The left-wing doesn’t like the results of the election and are demanding recounts and an end to our electoral college but that would devastate the rights of rural America. There are two Americas and one of them has been overtaken by the hard-left. Thanks to reader Mike Wingeier, we found out about the NY Times map of the two Americas. This is very interesting and we have taken excerpts but take a look at it: link.http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/11/16/us/politics/the-two-americas-of-2016.html

Check the map out and you can clearly see why we have an electoral college and why the left wants to make the suburbs into cities and is constantly warring on the suburbs.

Geographically, Donald J. Trump won most of the land area of the United States. A country consisting of areas he won retains more than 80 percent of the nation’s counties.

While Trump has the land mass, its edges have been eroded by coastal Democrats, and it is riddled with large inland lakes of Clinton voters who were generally concentrated in dense urban areas.

Clinton’s Map

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Hillary Clinton overwhelmingly won the cities, like Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City, but Mr. Trump won many of the suburbs, isolating the cities in a sea of Republican voters.

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If you have a few minutes to look at the Affirmatively Furthering Housing Act. It is the part of the war on the suburbs and is being put in place now. Fortunately, that is not Dr. Ben Carson’s ideology and he will be our new HUD secretary.

While You Weren’t Looking, the Federal Government Took Over Your Neighborhood

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