Message from ToastyTerrorist in Red Storm Official #california
Does anyone here think that California will REALLY split into three states?
Or do you think CA will just rig the election again?
CA is better undivided.
The Dems don't need another two senators.
If you've ever been in CA, you've noticed the elections here have been all decided by Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Letting THEM be their own thing, and letting the rest of the counties vote for themselves would be a good thing.
Northern California is mostly Republican, but our votes don't matter if the big three cities are democrat
Which they ALWAYS are
Not to mention San Diego, which is usually a Republican stronghold
Splitting California would mean democrats get LESS power, not more
Over time they'd get all three due to their proximity to one another. Secondly, these R strongholds are becoming increasingly purple due to the displacement of the local GOP white population. They're voting red now. In eight years they won't be.
Mark my words.
The division of the states will be decided by a monopoly Democratic legislature also.
Most models I've seen have three states, 1 red, 1 purple and 1 blue.
The purple state among the three is not becoming less Democratic, it's becoming moreso. So that's an additional two senators for the Democrats.
The division of CA would also likely greatly legitimise conversations about granting PR and D.C. statehood which eternally locks the GOP out of the Senate.
The best thing to do now is to call for whites to flee a state they will never politically conquer democratically.
Michigan, Florida, Texas, North Carolina, Arizona, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania.
We need men in those states.
Proximity to other states don't exactly mean they'll be swung...
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Colorado swung due to its bright economic prospects attracting Californian liberals, in addition to the massive Hispanic immigratiom from Mexico.
Vermont became hard blue due to NYC migrants.
There's extensive precedent for proximity to big blue states causing swing behaviour in red states.
That isn't always the case, though. There's a reason republican strongholds in California are republican strongholds.
But they're rapidly dying. OC for the first time since the 30's flipped.
Likewise several other traditional GOP trenches in CA.
Look at all the OC reps.
Are you looking at this, or something?
Because people add in "moderate" to make it look like they're sort of blue
I've got the most likely division on my computer but I'm in bed rn.
I'll post when on comp.
They make it look purple to conceal the fact that these are actually republican counties
Hispanics will flip them in less than eight years.
Need I remind you, the counties indicated by these green circles control the entire state. California was always a RED state until 1992 when San Fransisco became huge.
Dividing the state where red counties can control their own election would be a boost to the GOP population here in California.
But as of right now, there's too many people concentrated in two liberal areas for there to be a fair election.