Far-left Denver City Democrat Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca said that stands in solidarity with the man who said that if he ever gets coronavirus, he would start attending all of the Trump rallies to spread the disease. This is evil incarnate, wishing that hundreds or thousands could get a possibly deadly disease but it's what we've come to expect from the Democrats.
The Secret Service has been notified but there is little they can do. There have been calls for her to resign but this ultra liberal Denver, so she has a better chance of being promoted to mayor than to pay for her statements. In the past, CdeBaca has promoted communism, another favorite of the Democratic party. Like bernie Sanders, she has praised communist Cuba and is far out of the mainstream.
CdeBaca gained notoriety over fringe comments that she made in March 2019 during a candidate forum for City Council District 9:
I don’t believe our current economic system actually works. Um, capitalism by design is extractive and in order to generate profit in a capitalist system, something has to be exploited, that’s land, labor or resources.
And I think that we’re in late phase capitalism and we know it doesn’t work and we have to move into something new. And I believe in community ownership of land, labor, resources, and distribution of those resources.
And so, whatever that morphs into I think is what will serve community the best and I’m excited to usher it in by any means necessary. [Emphasis added]
CdeBaca has praised communist Cuba:
The Communist piece, I’ve been in places where we’ve demonized people for being Communists. I’ve been to Cuba. I love Cuba. I love the way there’s not that rampant consumerism like we have here. But I do understand that Cuba, in the global context, they still have to deal with capitalism. They still rely on tourism. They’re still shut off from a world that’s making them think they’re missing out on something. But I don’t think rampant consumerism has served us well. I think there’s a clear problem with our structure, both political and economic. We’ve allowed the concentration of wealth through the concentration of political power.