173,000 People Checked Out of Hotel California

Everything's great. That's why everyone's leaving California.

For the second year in a row, the population of California has declined. A new report shows a net loss of 173,000 people from July 2020 to July 2021.

It's like there's a trend here.

Los Angeles County and the Bay Area lost the most people.

More than 67,000 people left the Los Angeles area and about 64,000 left the Bay Area.

This is the first time that both areas lost population in the same year.

Many blame the state's high cost of living where the median price of a single-family home is nearly $800,000.

Home prices were already impossible. And while that's a factor, there's a reason that the numbers gained momentum in the last two years and that's because of...

1. The increasingly out of control crime rates lubricated by leftist pro-crime DAs and "criminal justice reform" measures like legalizing theft.

2. Pandemic restrictions

But count on the media to mention everything except these two factors.

173,000 people may have checked out of Hotel California, but the media won't stop its lies.


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