An evil plan hatched by Barack Obama isn’t dead. If Joe Biden gets elected you can kiss the suburbs goodbye. Biden dug the radical AFFH scheme back up and gave it a dose of steroids, courtesy of Corey Booker. The sinister plot to absorb all of a city’s surrounding suburbs into the vertical urban core means an inevitable end of the middle class way of life.
Biden to exhume Obama’s evil plan
In his recent speech to the crowd in Phoenix, Arizona, President Donald Trump laid out a laundry list of things the democrats intend to abolish. If you give progressives half a chance, they’ll eliminate the police and do away with bail. Liberals can’t wait to get rid of immigration and customs enforcement and erase borders altogether. They also have an evil plan to abolish the suburbs.
The minions of George Soros have been trying to pull off the “fundamental transformation” of the middle class suburbs through “a federal takeover, transformation, and de facto urbanization of America’s suburbs.” All the parts of the evil plan are set and ready to roll the day Joe Biden is sworn in, unless Americans stand up to defend their right to a single family home and a private vehicle.
The Democrats already have the soul of Quid Pro Joe captured in one of those voodoo zombie jars, so it’s not surprising he already embraced the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing regulation “to the hilt.” As National Review points out, “by itself, that would be more than enough to end America’s suburbs as we’ve known them.” The evil plan gets even worse. “Biden has actually promised to go much further.” The Democrat’s last hope “embraced Cory Booker’s strategy for ending single-family zoning in the suburbs.”
The end of meaningful choice
By creating dense, vertical “little downtowns” in the suburbs and forbidding single family homes, there is no way “the suburbs can retain their ability to govern themselves.” Along with the end of local control, the evil plan calls for “the end of a style of living that many people prefer to the city, and therefore the end of meaningful choice in how Americans can live.”
The evil plan has been around for ages. At first, the “anti-suburban radicals wanted large cities to simply annex their surrounding suburbs, like cities did in the 19th century.” The benefits are that “a big city could fatten up its tax base.” They can’t do it without voter approval so they decided to climb through the window instead of going through the door. “Once progressives discovered it had since become illegal for a city to annex its surrounding suburbs without voter consent, they cooked up a strategy that would amount to the same thing.”
The three part evil plan calls for a quota system to force “economic integration” and push core urbanites to the formerly suburban fringes, stop suburban growth and restrict automobile use, then leverage “state and federal laws to force suburbs to redistribute tax revenue to poorer cities in their greater metropolitan region.” Do those three simple things and “presto! You have effectively abolished the suburbs.”