The Democrats can run, but they can’t hide from the cold, hard truth:
But pegging the election to income inequality might prove tricky for Democrats. For one thing, income disparity tends to be most stark in the places that are run — and populated by — Democrats. We went to Nancy Pelosi’s hometown of San Francisco, which, as it turns out, is a case study in income inequality, and the epicenter of a protest movement over that wealth gap.
But by all means, San Francisco. Keep voting for Democrats! It’s worked out so well for other cities: