More Eminent Domain Abuse
In Riviera Beach, Florida a community of almost 6,000 people is being threatened with the use of Eminent Domain in order to make way for a private contractor to build luxury condos, a yacht club, and other amenities for the rich in place of this coastal community.
I said it before and I’ll say it again: Eminent Domain was only put in the Constitution to allow the building of public utilities like roads and other vital infrastructure. It was never meant to be used to steal land from private citizens to give to other private citizens in order to raise tax revenues.
So who is the mastermind behind this cretinous, criminal action? The mayor of Riviera Beach, Michael Brown, who, by the way, also happens to be a local realtor who stands to make a personal fortune selling the high priced condos his contractor friend wants to build.
It gets better. He’s a Democrat. You know, the party that supposedly sticks up for the little guy, but in reality caters to the rich at the expense of the little guy.
In typical Democrat fashion this creep has decided that he knows what is best for the residents of Riviera Beach, and that it for the lower income people to be driven out of town to make room for wealthy elitist. I’ll bet George Soros just loves this guy.
Oh but the Democrats are for the working man, right? They stand by the labor unions to show their solidarity with the downtrodden American laborer. They support a vast welfare system to “help” the poor. They think that the wealthy need to be robbed so the poor can live better.
The Democrats couldn’t care less about the working man because the working man is not dependent on them for his livelihood. They stand by the labor unions because the unions have loads of money for their campaigns. They support a vast welfare system to keep a large segment of the population dependent on them to live and create a loyal voting bloc. They want to rob the wealthy to punish them for working hard and succeeding, and also to line their own pockets with ill-gotten gains.
Want proof? Look to Riviera Beach Florida.