Texas and California are two of the largest states in America. They’re also two of the most politically predictable states in every election cycle, with California being the primary reason why we have Democratic presidents at all. Texas has been reliably red, but the mainstream media wants us all to believe that’s changing.
This could very well be the case — Beto O’Rourke did come pretty close to beating incumbent Ted Cruz during their Senate race in 2018. This is thanks in no small part due to the mainstream media’s fawning coverage of the whole thing. Take a while guess on who they were rooting for on a daily basis…
Texas could turn blue in the future, especially if the Democrats succeed in giving the vote to the hundreds of thousands of people pouring into the state from Mexico every year. But let’s take a moment to look at where Texas and California stand now: which of these two states has a massive homelessness problem? Which of these states makes it nearly impossible for the average family to buy any property in its major cities? Which of these states ignores people shooting up heroin on the side of the street, but will ruin your life over an unpaid parking ticket?
You already know the answer, and you know how things got this way.