Doesn’t Bode Well for Texas

Not looking good.

Californians are fueling Austin’s housing frenzy: ‘We’ve never seen migration like this’
Experts say Austin’s boom, particularly during the pandemic, has been accelerated by Californians and Bay Area giants like Apple, Facebook, Google and Tesla that are all hiring in Austin. Last year, a record 22,114 jobs were added from companies relocating and expanding in the region, including at least 5,000 from Tesla in its new mega-factory rising just east of Austin, according to the Austin Chamber of Commerce.

If they’re all trying to move to Austin, those are not “conservatives” trying to escape the Dim hellhole for a red state paradise. Those are looters who’ve strip-mined the People’s Republik of Kalifornia and are moving on to a tax-resource rich place to mine.

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One thought on “Doesn’t Bode Well for Texas”

  1. I feel bad for Texans….invaded from the south and the west at the same time. But dang it, they have some politicians with bal…er, courage and they know better not to allow everyone into the state just willy nilly. They need to be asking for ID, and then they need to implement a “Remain in Kalifornia” policy until they can check the people out. If their names show up as big donors to Newsome, they don’t need to be in Texas. And I suggest all states consider policies to prevent invasions of “Blue Locusts” coming from Kalifornia and New York. Just and idea

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