When it comes to voters, California is basically a giant tumor for the rest of the United States.
Over the past several years, California residents have been fleeing the state in droves. Rising property prices, outrageously high taxes, and absurdly poor city management have pushed hundreds of thousands of people out of the state. And, where are they going? Well, to low-tax red states of course!
But, many of these states may not be red for long — because the people moving there are the same people who voted to make California as insufferable as it is in the first place.
For some reason, California ex-pats are failing to put two and two together. California isn’t a sinking ship for no reason: the state has become a basket case because the politicians they voted for made it that way. San Francisco, for example, is seeing a resurgence of street disease not seen since medieval times. This includes the black plague, which infamously wiped out almost two-thirds of the entire population of Europe.
Now, we don’t see that mass extinction event happening again, but we do see Texas turning purple in the near future. Maybe President Trump should move the wall to California…