Blue state exodus could flip the political map upside down, turning red states purple


The D-bags destroy and befoul the cities, towns, states where they live – then flee the havoc and ruin to destroy and befoul their next target.

Americans are leaving Blue states in droves. Here is the problem. Americans who are fleeing blue states for Florida, Texas, Arizona, and Georgia are not changing their voting patterns. They are continuing to support the Democrat Party. This is why it is imperative for the Republican Party to transform, if they are to have any chance at remaining relevant. The Republican Party must continue the transformation that President Trump started, and become a conservative populist political party. A political party that is appealing to middle class families and minority voters. The pre-Trump establishment Republicans such as McConnell, Romney, Graham, Cheney, and others must be primaried by conservative populist candidates. If not, what happened in the Georgia Senate runoffs will happen with regularity in Florida, Texas, and other states.

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Blue state exodus could flip the political map upside down, turning red states purple

The great migration is capturing the attention from the country’s biggest banks and tech firms

By Fox News, January 16th, 2020

The country’s blue state exodus is shaking up demographics in red states that are serving as landing spots.

States like Texas and Florida are seeing an influx of Democrats looking for more affordable, tax-friendly costs of living, turning these once Republican-strongholds into purple toss-up states.

Even before 2020, demographics in the sunbelt began to tilt driven by favorable financial perks and economic incentives that conservative states have to offer. However, those trends have accelerated amidst a pandemic-induced recession, and with more jobs now being able to operate via remote.

“West Coasters are going to Texas and East Coasters are going to Florida, and it’s no coincidence that Texas and Florida are red states that don’t collect state income taxes,” FOX Business’s Jackie DeAngelis told colleague Connell McShane on “After the Bell.”

The great migration is also capturing the attention of the country’s biggest banks and tech firms.

In California, some of Silicon Valley’s major players are escaping the nation’s highest income tax rate, 13.3% for Texas, where businesses on average can save 32% of their operating costs. After Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced its headquarters would relocate from San Jose, California to Houston, Texas, Oracle, Oracle followed suit moving its base from Redwood City, California to Austin, Texas.

“About a third of our population right now, about 20% of our total pack is from international migration,” Texas Demographic Center’s Lloyd Porter told FOX Business. “And then the balance of it, about 34% of our total population changes from domestic migration. When we look at that, California accounts for over 40% of the domestic migrants coming into Texas.”

On the other side of the country, notable Wall Street banks are moving from New York City to Florida, as businesses are realizing that high tax rates, high housing costs and strict regulations have made it challenging to live and work.

“But as people leave the blue states for the red states, what they’re not doing is changing the way they vote, making the red states more purple than they were before,” added Fox Business’ DeAngelis.

Even the Lone Start State’s Sen. John Cornyn has taken notice of the incoming wave of blue when recently admitted that “Texas is no longer a reliably red state.

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