Liberal California is not doing so well and it has everthing to do with the left’s way of doing things.
High taxes, over regulated, too high of a minimum wage, living costs through the roof, sanctuary cities … maybe separating from the USA isn’t such a bad idea for them.
From Conservative World Daily:
This week, Investor’s Business Daily reported that Nestle USA is leaving Glendale, California and moving all those good paying jobs to Virginia. The $26-billion dollar per year food company has had enough of California’s high taxes and burdensome regulations.
William W. Roberts, former director of the San Fernando Valley Economic Research Center, said Glendale will suffer significantly from the 1200 job losses.
Roberts said California’s costly taxes, mandates and other requirements have made California a horrible place to do business, and that’s not likely to change anytime soon.
According to Breitbart, 9,000 companies have left California since 2008!
California is relying on tax payers to dig them from out of this hole. But Trump is ready to bury them, especially since they want to turn their whole state into a “sanctuary.”
IRS Migration data shows that most people who leave California end up in Texas. What a change! From the most liberal state to the most conservative… It’s no surprise, Texas has an abundance of jobs! Coincidence? I think not…