November 7, 2018
Liberals love to point to California as an example for how the rest of the country should be run.
Although, it turns out that few liberals actually want to live there.
About 130,000 more residents left California for other states last year than came here from them, as high costs left many residents without a college degree looking for an exit, according to a Bee review of the latest census estimates.
They most often went to cheaper, nearby states – and Texas. Since 2001, about 410,000 more people have left California for Texas than arrived from there. That’s roughly equivalent to the population of Oakland.
The state’s overall population continued to grow because the number of births exceeded the number of deaths by about 220,000 in 2017, according to the California Department of Finance. The state also added about 185,000 residents via net immigration from abroad.
But California is drawing more people than it is losing from one distinct demographic group – those with an advanced college degree. About 9,000 more adults 25 and older with graduate degrees came to California from other states than left for them last year, census estimates show.
On the other hand, adults without a college degree left California in droves. Educational attainment is closely correlated with income – those with college degrees tend to earn a lot more than those without.
And they get recreational riots on weekends, these college students and grads who are moving to California.
Meanwhile, normal people are leaving because they aren’t working in Silicon Valley, which seems to be the only place in California getting richer and getting better as the rest of the state nosedives.
California is turning into Latin America in more ways than one.
Favelas for the brown masses and gated, super-rich communities for upper-caste Whites/Jews.
Soon, there will be slums teeming with Third World life.
And no, it will not become suddenly OK to discuss this in polite company. And no, Californians who fled the State won’t talk about these delicate topics.
Unless we can get Trump to tweet about it…
My twitter has become so powerful that I can actually make my enemies tell the truth.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 17, 2012