Message from ToastyTerrorist in Red Storm Official #california

2018-07-10 06:44:25 UTC  

Does anyone here think that California will REALLY split into three states?

2018-07-10 06:44:36 UTC  

Or do you think CA will just rig the election again?

2018-07-10 10:04:48 UTC  
2018-07-10 10:04:59 UTC  

CA is better undivided.

2018-07-10 10:05:18 UTC  

The Dems don't need another two senators.

2018-07-10 10:05:32 UTC  

If you've ever been in CA, you've noticed the elections here have been all decided by Los Angeles and San Francisco.

2018-07-10 10:05:51 UTC  

Letting THEM be their own thing, and letting the rest of the counties vote for themselves would be a good thing.

2018-07-10 10:06:18 UTC  

Northern California is mostly Republican, but our votes don't matter if the big three cities are democrat

2018-07-10 10:06:23 UTC  

Which they ALWAYS are

2018-07-10 10:06:36 UTC  

Not to mention San Diego, which is usually a Republican stronghold

2018-07-10 10:07:02 UTC  

Splitting California would mean democrats get LESS power, not more

2018-07-10 10:27:54 UTC  

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.

2018-07-10 10:28:10 UTC  

Mark my words.

2018-07-10 10:30:47 UTC  

The division of the states will be decided by a monopoly Democratic legislature also.

2018-07-10 10:32:24 UTC  

Most models I've seen have three states, 1 red, 1 purple and 1 blue.

2018-07-10 10:33:04 UTC  

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.

2018-07-10 10:34:51 UTC  

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.

2018-07-10 10:36:48 UTC  

The best thing to do now is to call for whites to flee a state they will never politically conquer democratically.

2018-07-10 10:40:17 UTC  

Michigan, Florida, Texas, North Carolina, Arizona, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania.

2018-07-10 10:40:25 UTC  

We need men in those states.

2018-07-10 11:05:27 UTC  

Proximity to other states don't exactly mean they'll be swung...

2018-07-10 11:05:28 UTC  

🆙 | **ToastyTerrorist leveled up!**

2018-07-10 11:18:17 UTC  

Colorado swung due to its bright economic prospects attracting Californian liberals, in addition to the massive Hispanic immigratiom from Mexico.

2018-07-10 11:18:41 UTC  

Vermont became hard blue due to NYC migrants.

2018-07-10 11:19:42 UTC  

There's extensive precedent for proximity to big blue states causing swing behaviour in red states.

2018-07-10 11:20:23 UTC  

That isn't always the case, though. There's a reason republican strongholds in California are republican strongholds.

2018-07-10 11:21:42 UTC  

But they're rapidly dying. OC for the first time since the 30's flipped.

2018-07-10 11:22:22 UTC  

Likewise several other traditional GOP trenches in CA.

2018-07-10 11:22:41 UTC  

Look at all the OC reps.

2018-07-10 11:22:45 UTC  

All purple.

2018-07-10 11:23:11 UTC  

Are you looking at this, or something?

2018-07-10 11:23:57 UTC  

Because people add in "moderate" to make it look like they're sort of blue

2018-07-10 11:24:07 UTC  

I've got the most likely division on my computer but I'm in bed rn.

2018-07-10 11:24:17 UTC  

I'll post when on comp.

2018-07-10 11:24:21 UTC  

They make it look purple to conceal the fact that these are actually republican counties

2018-07-10 11:24:50 UTC  

Hispanics will flip them in less than eight years.

2018-07-10 11:26:48 UTC  

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.

2018-07-10 11:27:57 UTC  

Dividing the state where red counties can control their own election would be a boost to the GOP population here in California.

2018-07-10 11:31:38 UTC  

But as of right now, there's too many people concentrated in two liberal areas for there to be a fair election.

2018-07-10 16:34:48 UTC