“The facts ma’am, just the facts.” OK, watch this graphic of the loss of the middle-class, and upper middle-class areas (and people) and the explosion of the poor across Chicago, a service of the Democratic Machine.
CHICAGO (CBS) — The graphic that you are about to see is sobering, perhaps depressing, and you can’t take your eyes off it.
We have the exhaustive work of Daniel Kay Hertz, a masters student at the University Of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy, to thank for that.
At the risk of sounding like an old carnival barker, step right up and watch the middle class of Chicago vanish before your eyes.
However, this is no side-show.
It shows the demise of the foundation of an American city.
Watch as the grey squares, which illustrate the middle class that dominated the most of the city’s neighborhoods in 1970s, quickly vanish over 40 years.
This is what comes of forty years of looting, pandering to the lowest elements and punishing productive citizens until they leave.