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Your take on crime: Crime is a product of a community; do you want to change crime then you have to help the community help themselves change what they consider crime.
Your take on city finances: Finances are perpetual and redundant to 1960s infrastructure. We have not done what was necessary in over 30 years to ensure that St. Louis is projected to be an innovative city. The city is financially not struggling but on its way to a place where bad decision-making will bankrupt us.
Your take on the city’s COVID-19 response: I think Covid response has been great. I really think we’ve done what we need to do in the city to keep our residents safe.
Where do you place yourself on the political spectrum? – Progressive, moderate, conservative, liberal? On the political spectrum I am neither. At this point I feel like I cannot be described. There is no party that I represent. I represent the free and those willing to fight for real freedom! I represent those willing to die for those who want to live! I represent the people, my people, all people who understand people are more important than material things. If you want to build a city you build it utilizing the people, not the things people build. This is our time, our time to invest in the people.