Official State Secession Movement Gains Major Steam In Startling Vote

Hardworking Americans are finally fighting back against Biden’s woke welfare leeches, as evidenced by the growing steam that varied “secession” movements have gained across the nation.

One such movement includes the “Greater Idaho Movement,” which has continued to gain steam well into 2024.

Rural Oregonians are quite sick of the chaos in Portland, and they have called for seceding from Oregon and merging into the state of Idaho as a result.

And it appears that more and more Oregonians feel that way, per a report from USA Today.

“Tens of thousands of rural, conservative eastern Oregon residents are so frustrated with their liberal urban neighbors they’ve decided they can no longer even share a ZIP code.

The ‘Greater Idaho Movement’ would shift the Oregon border 200 miles west, a secession effort aligning the conservative farming, ranching and logging communities of eastern Oregon with their like-minded neighbors to the east.  A dozen counties in eastern Oregon have already approved the plan, and voters in Crook County and the county seat of Prineville are considering the nonbinding measure with results due Tuesday …

The sentiment in eastern Oregon reflects a broader national frustration and divide over the direction of the country playing out in school districts, university campuses and big cities, all the way up to Congress,” the media outlet noted.

You don’t say.

After all, how much more do sane Americans have to take before enough is enough?

Heck, today’s “elite” college student are rallying behind terrorist groups that have celebrated the September 11 terrorist attacks!

Not to mention terrorist group that do terrible things to women and children, openly parading them on their violent streets.

Little wonder that more than one American wants to band together with likeminded Americans, rather than pro-terrorist globalists and their endless wars.

A similar situation just occurred in Louisiana, following multiple taxpayers’ long-term efforts to effectively “secede” from crime-ridden Baton Rouge and form their own town: St. George.

Fifteen years ago, several hardworking, taxpaying Americans in Louisiana began a movement to establish St. George.

The purpose of the founding of St. George is to do precisely what Baton Rouge officials won’t: improve schools, reduce crime, and minimize government waste.

Predictably, the corrupt Democrat officials who have long run Baton Rouge into the ground have fought furiously against the establishment of St. George as a separate town.

Especially as all the individuals who would be residing in St. George are the primary taxpayers keeping the city’s entire welfare system afloat.

A welfare system further compounded by the enormous costs associated with high crime rates, widespread incarceration, and other serious issues.

Needless to say, the citizens who have started St. George are the same citizens that Democrats have continuously leeched off of via varied tax schemes, and those citizens are sick of it.

Hence their fifteen-year effort to effectively secede from Baton Rouge and form St. George.

That effort finally met with success, after the Louisiana Supreme Court intervened and declared that St. George had a right to exist.

And, just like that, St. George has become an actuality, much to the joy of hardworking taxpayers and the rage of welfare leeches.

Democrats are already ranting about how “racist” the decision was to allow residents of St. George to form their own enclave and live in peace.

Democrats are also ranting about losing tens of millions of dollars in taxpayer monies, which they should have thought about before ranting and raving about “racist” white privilege and other nonsense.

However, Andrew Murrell, who is one of the leaders of the St. George project, argued that the development of the new town is clearly an outstanding example of citizens executing their constitutional rights.

“This is the culmination of citizens exercising their constitutional rights … Now we begin the process of delivering on our promises of a better city,” Murrell declared.

Norman Browning, another leader of the St. George movement, also looks forward to a sane, sensibly run town, as indicated in his remarks to the New York Times.

“I look forward to our ability to build an efficient, productive and vibrant city while contributing to a thriving East Baton Rouge Parish,” Browning declared.

The situation with St. George also brings to mind a similar movement in Georgia, as residents of Buckhead have long wished to create their own town and divorce themselves from crime-ridden Atlanta.

While the Buckhead residents’ efforts were struck down last year, they just might renew their efforts again in the wake of the success of St. George.

Heck, perhaps the whole nation can slowly divest itself from varied welfare leeches, especially as hardworking Americans are apparently expected to subsidize illegals alongside violent, unrepentant criminals.

In this context, perhaps St. George served as a (long overdue) tipping point for real change.

Especially when accounting for the steam that the Eastern Oregon secession movement is gaining now …

Author: Jane Jones


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