Just stay home!

Shhhhhh.

If you are, like me, stuck in a state where coronavirus restrictions have turned your life upside down, bankrupted your business, and traumatized your kids, and there’s no light at the end of the tunnel, you might be considering a big relocation. There are plenty of states that are retaining liberty in spite of the Chinese flu virus that has a 99% recovery rate. If you are considering fleeing your state for a new one, then look into the following five states that scored the highest in a data-collection study by the financial site WalletHub, showing which states have the fewest coronavirus restrictions. (Please note that coronavirus restrictions change daily. It is possible that by the time this is published one or more of these guidelines will have changed so verify before you pick up and move.)

After the list, she appends a “Whither Texas” update at the bottom that is, frankly, quite depressing.

Sadly, shockingly, Texas does not make the list of places I would move anymore. The left has taken over the major cities in Texas. Invaders from California, bringing their politics with them, have made Texas a place that needs major rehab. Coronavirus restrictions are also quite stringent and Texas ranked as the 46th-worst state for restrictions on freedom in the WalletHub study. That’s hard to believe, isn’t it? We should all consider that winning a presidency without Texas is going to be damn near impossible. So for that reason alone, it might be a place to move if your goal is moving to politically strategic places. But don’t expect an abundance of freedom in Texas. Those days are over.

It would seem so, alas. Progtard locusts have the most amazing ability to destroy our liberty, independence, and dignity no matter where the swarm ends up.

12 thoughts on “Just stay home!

  1. Sadly true. All these idiots crapped their beds, and now they want to come live at your place since it is so much nicer. Fixing their own damn mess is never even considered. Leftism is the real communicable disease.

  2. I fled CA about three years ago for AZ and have never looked back. But I do get asked where I’m from from time to time. I tell the truth but always add why I left.

     

    That last part usually brings a smile.

  3. There is no way I fled NYC suburbs only to bring the same dumbass policies with me.
    I moved To NC, as well as away from NYC.

  4. Sadly, shockingly, Texas does not make the list of places I would move anymore.

    Good. Texas has enough Damn-Yankee immigrants, including Southern Damn-Yankees.

    Oklahoma is a favorite state of mine. I have a lot of family there, so it would be an easy move to make with a full support system already built in.

    Oh, hay-ull no. Oklahoma is rayciss, sexiss, fascist, bigoted, and full of inbred hayseeds with guns, stills, and banjos. And lots of SUVS and pickup trucks. Plus, we don’t recycle unless its feeding furriners to the hawgs. We have no culture, arts, cuisine, or higher learning, our personal hygiene is questionable, and our teeth are bad.

    You’d just hate, hate, hatey-hate Oklahoma.

  5. But don’t expect an abundance of freedom in Texas.

    Texas will let you open carry a broadsword.

    You can concealed carry a broadsword in Texas, too, but if you can conceal a broadsword, I’ll pay you for the secret to hammerspace.

    1. You just need the right kind of long coat, IB, like all the immortals in Highlander. Of course, a long coat in Texas in August may be enough to kill even an immortal. 🙂 Not to mention making people look at you funny.

      1. Heh.

        “Where’d you get that sword?”

        “Pulled it out of my ass.”

        “No wonder your posture was so good!”

  6. Here’s a helpful tip that will help with the long coat in Oklahoma: don’t wear pants. Wear grubby sneakers and look and smell like you haven’t bathed or shaved in a few weeks.

    “Helpful” may not be the most applicable adjective…

  7. I’m thinking here that you and I have differing definitions of “helpful”, for some odd reason.

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