California Exporting Democrat Disease To America

The victims are piling up.

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It wasn’t too long ago that Virginia, Georgia, Colorado, New Hampshire, and a couple of other states were reliably Republican. What happened? Through new voters and left wing agitators, they caught a bad case of California. Rep. Mike Garcia, Republican of California, tells us, via FNC, how it happens.

Garcia: “The politicians running Washington, D.C., are trying to take California national. Unfortunately, it is not the year-round sunshine and ocean breeze they are seeking. Those in charge of our federal government are taking the worst of California and inflicting it on the rest of America via ugly twin legislation in Congress. Under the reign of progressives who have a stranglehold on Sacramento, California has become the test tube for some of the most radical, far-left policies imaginable, and the results have been near catastrophic for families, small business owners and anyone trying to have some semblance of a life.” From the veep to Pelosi, the ideological virus spreads.

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“High tax, anti-worker legislation is making California unlivable for everyone except the wealthy and even many wealthy people are heading for the door. Since its formation as a state, California’s population has only grown – until now. Californians are leaving in such large numbers that, for the first time, the state will lose at least one seat in the House. House Democrats recently shoved through their view of election reform via H.R.1. This sweeping bill looks like it was written in Sacramento, stripping states of their ability to enact voter ID laws, nationalizing the infamous act of ballot harvesting where anyone can go door-to-door collecting voters’ ballots, and enacting public funding for political campaigns. A politician’s dream come true.” HR1 could bring California one party politics to America.

“Despite sitting on some of the largest energy reserves, California is the only state that is not energy independent. The careless use of public power shutoffs whenever the wind blows has put Californian’s access to necessities like power, water and fuel at the mercy of the state. These shutoffs are not just unnecessary, but they can be life-threatening to people with medical needs that rely on power for life-saving treatments. California’s laser focus on passing radical climate change policies continually results in higher energy costs, rolling blackouts and a disregard for the forest fires that ravage the beautiful hills and towns across the state. In D.C., California’s war on energy is being uploaded in the form of the Green New Deal.” Watermelon communism, green on the outside and red on the inside, is a California ideology.

“The list goes on forever: caving to teachers unions that are keeping schools closed, immigration policies that prioritize illegal immigrants and law enforcement reforms that put the men and women in blue in danger.” For the foreseeable future, that list will only get longer.

David Kamioner
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David Kamioner is a veteran of U.S. Army Intelligence and an honors graduate of the University of Maryland's European Division. He also served with the Pershing Nuclear Brigade and the First Infantry Division. Subsequent to that he worked for two decades as a political consultant, was part of the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief effort in Louisiana, ran a homeless shelter for veterans in Philadelphia, and taught as a college instructor. He serves as a Contributing Editor for LifeZette.

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