Well, Democrats have finally done it.
For years we have been predicting the decline and mass exodus of California, and that prediction has come true.
Recent reports are a double-whammy for California, with move-in rates dropping and move-out rates skyrocketing.
California was one of many Democrat states that bought into the lockdown and mandates hook, line, and sinker.
Residents were already leaving the state in record numbers, flocking to states like Texas and Florida, where they could escape the crime and taxes of California.
The pandemic made it even worse, and now there is a bit of a panic in the state.
Last year, there was a 38 percent decrease in people moving into the state while at the same time realizing a 12 percent increase in residents leaving the state.
Evan White, the co-author of the residency study, stated, “I guess I was a little bit surprised to see that entrances had fallen so much.
“It wasn’t so much that we saw it in a particular area. For me, the surprise was that this was a statewide phenomenon.”
Where was the biggest change?
That would be Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco, which saw a 45 decrease in entrances.
Newsom, who just survived a recall election, had made matters worse by going on a book tour rather than staying home and dealing with rising crime rates.
GOP Party Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson stated, “California is the capital of homelessness and poverty, suffocating gas and income tax rates, and the highest number of residents picking up and moving to more affordable and welcoming states.
“Californians will have one less voice to speak for us in Washington, which proves yet again that it’s time for change and real leadership.”
Kevin Faulconer, a former mayor of San Diego, added, “The numbers don’t lie. People are leaving our state because it’s not affordable to live here. One party rule has made it almost impossible to raise a family.”
The only thing Texans and Floridians are now worried about is that these liberals flooding their states will try to continue to pull the handle for Democrats, the same party from which they are running.
On the other hand, if they slide over to the Republican Party, the red wave we expect could be far more significant than we had ever hoped.
Source: Fox News