By Duncan Smith

Democrats who once claimed to be the ‘party of the working man and woman’ are now the party of Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, and Josef Stalin.

They care about ‘workers’ in the way that those authoritarian, murderous scumbags did: To harness as ‘revolutionaries’ so the party elite can rise to power.

That’s the only way to explain what these pieces of [expletive] are doing to our greatest cities.

After decades of falling crime rates, suddenly they are spiking again. Everywhere.

Why is that?

New York City is a prime example.

When it was being managed by sane people, that city of millions had a lower gun crime and gun homicide rate than cities 20 times smaller.

That has changed, as the New York Post notes:

New York City endured its bloodiest week so far this year, as gun violence continues to soar ahead of what could be another violent summer.

NYPD data shows 50 people were shot in 46 separate incidents over a seven-day period ending Sunday evening — a more than 250 percent surge from the same week in 2020.

Last year, the NYPD says it logged 12 shootings with 14 victims during the same time  — more than a month into the city's COVID-19 lockdown, according to the weekly Compstat data.

But the same week in 2019 saw nearly identical figures.

So far this year, 376 shootings have been reported with 416 victims, according to NYPD data.

Marxist poster boy Bill De Blasio, the one mayor NYPD hates the most, is responsible as are the majority Democrats on the city council.

Their defunding police initiatives coupled with soft-on-crime ‘justice reform’ has caused this deadly spike.

And it’s going to get a lot worse before it gets any better.

Our cities are collapsing. Democratic Marxism is the cause.

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