Austin, Texas has been hailed by the left as a liberal utopia “stuck” in a red state.
He loves gun control, vowing last summer to “explore every option” to try and raise the minimum age to buy semi-automatic weapons.
They pass out condoms to elementary school children for Easter.
He supports a pilot ‘guaranteed income’ program for citizens facing ‘severe hardship’ that provides $1,000 per month for a year.
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Even though he likes to sneak off to Cabo for a little R&R, he also likes to lecture school kids to wear masks and tell farmers to stay home.
They march through the streets on May Day praising communist mass killings.
Sounds like a liberal utopia.
But in the Biden economy, even utopias suffer. A video shared by a local news outlet shows Austin residents fighting over food thrown into HEB’s dumpster.
Fox 7 Austin reports:
People were seen fighting over food in a dumpster at the HEB store in South Austin at William Cannon and I-35 yesterday.
Eyewitnesses say employees were seen throwing away meat and other perishable items after the power cut at the store.
Someone posted on social media that the store had free food.
Travis County Precinct 4 Constable Jorge Morales said more than 250 people showed up to HEB and fought over thrown groceries.
Deputies and Austin police showed up to slow traffic due to the post.
Groceries taken from dumpsters are posted to various “Free in Austin” pages on Facebook.
If you or someone you know picks up these groceries, throw them out, Morales says. They are not safe to eat.