Five Oregon Counties Take MASSIVE Action Against Radical Left
What do you think of when I ask you to think of the state of Oregon?
If you’re like me, you think of Antifa, riots, violence, and people who just don’t give a crap to try and stop them.
I honestly don’t think you could pay me enough money right now to go somewhere like Portland, Oregon.
There are a lot of people in the state who are tired of all of the radical left groups terrorizing everyone and Democrat “leaders” sitting by idly and not doing anything to protect them. Rather, they just placate to the groups.
Now, some counties in Oregon are trying to do something in an attempt to break free from the state. They are actually going to vote on the counties leaving Oregon and becoming part of Idaho.
Move Oregon’s Border, also known as Greater Idaho, confirmed Tuesday that the initiative to move swaths of largely rural eastern and southern Oregon into Idaho qualified for the May 18 special election ballot in five counties: Baker, Grant, Lake, Malheur and Sherman.
In Baker County, organizers far exceeded the 496 signatures required by submitting 746, with the clerk reporting that 630 were accepted. The county population is about 16,000.
“Oregon is a powder keg because counties that belong in a red-state like Idaho are ruled by Portlanders,” said Mike McCarter, president of Move Oregon’s Border, in a statement.
He cited the impact of Democratic Gov. Kate Brown’s novel coronavirus restrictions; ongoing Antifa unrest in Portland; a state task force’s unsuccessful effort to prioritize “Black, Indigenous and people of color” for novel coronavirus vaccines, and what he described as the state legislature’s bias in favor of Portland over rural communities.
“This state protects Antifa arsonists, not normal Oregonians, it prioritizes one race above another for vaccines and program money and in the school curriculum, and it prioritizes Willamette Valley above rural Oregon,” Mr. McCarter said.
Five Oregon counties to vote on leaving state, escaping to 'Greater Idaho' https://t.co/RBruqwKu1g
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) February 24, 2021
I really wonder what the logistics of this move would look like. Is it just as simple as voting themselves out? It would be really great if other states started doing this as well such as California and New York. Just break off those tiny liberal dense areas and make them their own state.