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The disenfranchised, hurt-feeling liberals of California, who are herding towards 'CalExit' in ever-increasing numbers since the election of Donald Trump, are about to face up to an ugly reality in their perception of their virtue-signaling. As NYT reports, the president of the 'Yes California' movement lives in Russia.
In January, we detailed how activists in California have just taken an integral step that could leave America with only 49 states in the near future. Yes California, a pro-secession organization, received approval Thursday to begin collecting signatures from residents to put “Calexit” on the ballot for a 2019 special election.
Yes California has been working toward secession for some time, but with President Donald Trump’s election last year, their efforts gained momentum as frustrated residents questioned their willingness to bow down to a president they don’t support. According to a poll conducted by Reuters/Ipsos this month, nearly one in three supports secession — a sharp uptick from a similar survey conducted in 2014.
1 in every 3 Californians now support a "peaceful withdrawal from the union," which is a substantial increase from the 20% who favored such a withdrawal the last time a similar poll was conducted in 2014.