It seemed only yesterday that some wistfully mused how relatively free of moonbattery Texas would be if it once again became its own country. Now it’s the moonbats who want to secede:
Shervin Pishevar, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist whose company, Sherpa Capital, has invested in massive companies like Uber and Airbnb, announced on Twitter Tuesday that in the event of Trump win, he would be “announcing and funding a legitimate campaign for California to become its own nation.” …
Soon after he tweeted, Path founder Dave Morin added that wanted to be involved as well.
“I was literally just going to tweet this,” he wrote. “I’m in and will partner with you on it.”
A previously announced campaign hoping to facilitate the secession of California from the United States, called Yes California, is gaining more steam with voters disappointed in the results of the election.
What foot-stamping moonbats like Pishevar and Morin seem not to realize is that Silicon Valley would not remain in California if it were its own country. In a nation run entirely by leftists, the death spiral of lavish entitlements driving high taxes driving high unemployment driving lavish entitlements driving still higher taxes would soon force businesses to relocate abroad. Texas might be a good place.
On tips from Don M and Torcer.