NY’s ‘have nots’ have it all

The world has always been divided into the “haves” and the “have nots”. And for all that time it had to do with resources.

The “haves had money, access, power. While the “have nots” wanted those.

Well that has changed. Now the “not haves” have the power since they have the Democrats behind them.

Take the case of Richard Barnett a retired firefighter from rural Arkansas who was sentenced this week to 4.5 years in federal prison for being in the Capitol Building on Jan. 6 and putting his feet on Nancy Pelosi’s desk.

Barnett is the tip of the iceberg when you consider all the people still locked up and or convicted of being in the Capitol that day.

But remember there were no arrests during the rioting two years earlier outside the White House when former President Donald Trump had to be taken by Secret Service officers down to the basement. An historic church across the street from the White House was burned and the park next door was destroyed.

Again Democrats in the FBI found no credible suspects during that mayhem despite it being one of the most secure areas with hundreds of surveillance camera.

Take the case of Daniel Penny, the former Marine (if there such a thing), who allegedly defended helpless subway passengers against a deranged man saying he had no problem going back to jail and had more than 40 previous charges against him.

The agitator, Jordan Neely, is being defended by Democrat Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who brought charges against Penny. Yet Neely’s uncle was picked up for using stolen credit cards earlier this week and was given a desk appearance ticket, which means that he will probably never go to trial.

Democrats are making sure the “have nots” have it, while the “haves” have not.

That’s the state of New York in 2023.