The Great American Migration

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At the risk of touting my oracle credentials, three years ago, I saw this train coming down the tracks and did a CALEXIT. The elites were not content with President Trump’s anti-globalist agenda and it was costing them money. And they control most of the propaganda machine including the management at Fox News. Controlling information was something that Obama tried with very little success. That was tightened up during President Trump’s administration and now during the Biden regime, it will get a lot tighter.

  • People are fleeing California for Texas and Idaho
  • Illinois, New York, and New Jersey are the three states with the most outbound moves.
  • The top five inbound states in 2020 are Idaho, Arizona, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina, with Tennessee overtaking South Carolina from the 2019 results.
  • Florida, Texas, and Colorado round out the top eight states for inbound moves.
  • Despite pandemic, people continued to move at rates comparable to 2019

Of course, the problem with this it isn’t only patriots who are fleeing like refugees.

Somewhere, somehow somebody
Must have kicked you around some
Tell me why you want to lay there
Revel in your abandon
Honey, it don’t make no difference to me baby
Everybody’s had to fight to be free
You see you don’t have to live like a refugee, etc.

There are also leftists leaving the places that their spiritual dopplegangers/brethren ruined. The Californication of Colorado is legendary. Blue states may begin to fold – there is a lot of talk about that. The Feds are likely to bail their donkey buddies out but will it be enough – and will the rest of the country tire of it?


Texas’ population is getting more and more concentrated.

Old NFO, Amarillo didn’t make it onto this map…




This is for Raven

21 thoughts on “The Great American Migration

  1. Yeah, they blew up Congress.

    Does anyone else think that the ending of Tom Clancy’s “Debt of Honor” actually sounds like a good thing?

    As to migration, I don’t have a problem with people moving, except when they try to turn the place they moved to into the place they moved from.

    As to population density in Texas, was watching the horrible “9-1-1 Lone Star” which ‘takes place’ in Austin. Which got hit by a volcano. I can see it now, if that happens in real life, real Texans will have one hellofa barbeque and shindig.

      1. Well, SanFran has lotsa water and hills. But both are easy targets for the next round of Meteors vs Sodom and Gemorrah.

        Or, to quote the esteemed Ripley, “Nuke the entire site from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.” Wonder if we have any neutron bombs…

  2. Those moving to western states – the flyover rural areas – should think twice. Biden’s “take out weapon – shoot foot” idiocy will cause $5 fuel by Summer, and with Petey B in charge they’ll pay an additional mileage tax for driving further, basically punishing people for not living in Antifa/BLM urban centers, getting fire-bombed or attacked unprovoked. Geniuses these two…probably from wearing masks all day long, fogs the brain.

    1. Yes, they need to stay in the urban hells and bask in their joys. But to be fair, since I was one of those who fled, I never liked the cities. Orange County, California was a really nice place to live once. And I lived there when it was. When the mosque went up a block away I knew that it was time to go – and I left. It was the mosque, and the move-ins that followed that convinced me.

  3. Colorado immigrants fall into two groups, “regular” folks and trust fund snots. It is the second group that sneer at the locals and get involved in politics and “excellent” causes. Of course, they want the roads fixed and the snow plowed, but don’t want to pay for it. May they all come down with Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever! Problem is, not even the tick carriers like them.

    1. So true…as a transplant since ’84. At one point it came to light, Boulder – 25 miles surrounded by reality – had the highest number of trust-funders of any US city…which was enlightening since these types don’t work for their “keeping” so have little appreciation for those of us that do. They get bored, then start meddling in other peoples lives. Boulder is unlivable for normal folks. But there is McGuckin Hardware, a last holdout of normalcy (“If we don’t have, you don’t need it.”), but you’ll now pay a huge premium to buy a screwdriver.

      1. McGuckin Hardware isn’t enough to induce me. I only go to Boulder if I am being paid. I’ll even drive out of my way to avoid Boulder should I need to go places on the Peak to Peak Highways.

        1. There aren’t many real hardware stores left in America. And once in one of them, I can spend all day. Inevitably the people who work there are all old men who really know their stuff.

          1. Gotta have creaky wood floors too. WSF – me as well…too bad, a lot of good restaurants and places in Boulder, but the Left just has to get their ruinous mitts on everything.

          2. Oh yes, creaky wood floors are completely necessary. There is NOTHING like that near where I live now.


  4. Thanks- I need to get back into the R+D lab, the latest iteration of the raygun only dissolved 11 of the neighbors sheep- might have something to do with ray color- it was blue, not red or green…
    Busy reading A.E.Van Vogt for tech tips now.

    Finally figured out what to do with the 3.5″ radiant sphere- Bocce ball! We can make one of the others with 5% mass, and the rest out of tungsten! Be a really interesting game!

  5. Oh, where to begin. I’m serious when I ask this because you might know. Is Hungary an option?

    I stopped by the grave of Imre Nagy 5 years ago and it was truly heart wrenching. Just awful, this field of bodies, people far braver than me. It was humbling but, as Churchill said, I’ve a great deal to be humble about.

  6. But LL, what are you saying. The entire country will be blue in ’24, so what does it matter? I think Hillary said something like that, once.

  7. I am surprised GA is not on the inbound list. There has been a lot of New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Colorado, and California plates running around here in the Atlanta area.

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