When you can’t fix the problem, you can always shoot the messenger. Whether it’s election fraud, my topic yesterday, or eliminating crime reporting, also my topic yesterday, or the homeless mess, Democrats are increasingly trying to shoot the messengers and impose a broad spectrum censorship locally and nationally.
And San Francisco, as usual, points the way.
The target was the Marina Times, one of eight neighborhood papers paid to carry the city’s legal notices. The Times’ contract was worth about $5,000 a year. Not a make-or-break amount, but the paper has been publishing the notices since 2012.
Usually, the annual vote is pretty much pro forma on the contracts that qualified, but at the Dec. 1 meeting, progressive Supervisor Dean Preston, who was upset about the paper’s coverage of the city’s homeless problem, moved to have the Times’ contract pulled.
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