Greg Gutfeld: Will blue state exodus bring bad ideas to red states?

Greg Gutfeld: Will blue state exodus bring bad ideas to red states?

Gutfeld: Blue states are losing people quicker than CNN’s primetime 00:00 00:0014:20GO LIVE Facebook Twitter Email Embed SpeedNormal Autoplay As we report on the crisis at the border , we’ve overlooked a crisis between our borders. Domestic migration. Americans who are moving from one state to another. Also known as sweet freedom. We touched on it last week. Clip from "Gutfeld!", 5/20: Greg: Here’s the big problem. Tom Shillue: Yea? Greg: Domestic migration. Do you know what that is? Shillue: People moving from one place to another. Greg: Yea, but they bring ((laughter)) he’s right but they are bringing their bad ideas with them. God, if I was any dumber I’d be Nicole Wallace. So, it’s the cause and effect that comes from being over-taxed, under-protected, and treated like crap. It’s like you’re permanently living on a Delta flight. As David Keltz in the American Spectator reports: California , New York , New Jersey , Michigan and Illinois — all states in the union, Kat — lost a combined 4 million residents. And that’s not even including gun or COVID victims. They’re losing people quicker than CNN’s primetime. Meanwhile, Republican-led states like Florida , Texas , Tennessee , Ohio and Arizona saw large increases. That’s from the U.S. Census Bureau, which is likely underestimating the shift, since who fills out a census form when they’re in the ER with a knife wound, sitting next to the guy who knifed you. But this mass exodus from blue to red raises […]

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