At last, Nancy Pelosi has a reason to chant, “We’re Number One!” The number one place in America for “out-migration,” with the biggest negative gap between people moving in and moving out, is her congressional district, the San Francisco Bay area. One driving factor for the mass exodus is stratospheric housing costs due to all the Silicon Valley tech money. But many people moving out also cite the increasingly loony leftist government policies.
Between the high taxes, rising crime, PC insanity, the sanctuary city policy welcoming criminal illegal aliens, and homeless people using the sidewalks as public toilets, many longtime San Francisco residents say they’ve had enough of seeing their once-idyllic city degenerate into Detroit-By-The-Bay thanks to its far-left leaders.
U-Haul is so desperate to get anybody to drive their moving trucks back to San Francisco that a week’s rental of a 20-foot truck that costs $3200 from San Francisco to Dallas is only $1128 if you’re willing to drive it in the opposite direction.
For the record, the cities with the highest inflow of people moving to them are Phoenix, Las Vegas, Atlanta and Nashville. Let's see, what do they all have in common? Well, they're all anywhere from 570 to 2135 miles away from anyplace that would elect Nancy Pelosi to Congress. They’re also filled with patriotic, hard-working, hospitable people who welcome everyone, but are still fervently praying that the newcomers don’t ruin their new homes by voting for the same failed leftist twaddle that made them flee to the red states. If you want to leave San Francisco and still enjoy the same governing philosophy, I'm sure there are plenty of affordable houses for sale in Venezuela.