Let the #CalExit attempt begin:
Calexit group files 2018 vote for California to leave the US https://t.co/Y4Vm0nL3jB
— Jeremy B. White (@CapitolAlert) November 21, 2016
Anti-Trump Californians file paperwork, launch campaign to secede from union https://t.co/7vQJaUSbst
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) November 21, 2016
Anti-Trump secessionists filed formal paperwork Monday launching their petition drive aimed at separating California from the union by first putting the issue before voters on the 2018 ballot.
A petition submitted by the Yes California Independence Campaign calls for repealing language in the state constitution that describes California as an “inseparable part” of the nation and holding a vote on independence on March 13, 2019.
It could end up being one of the bigger “be careful what you ask for” examples of all time:
I would really love to see their plan for the $200+ billion in debt and $1+ TRILLION in unpaid entitlements/pensions. More middle class tax? https://t.co/Q3fxAGYKDX
— Alex Blazquez ?? (@alex_forreal) November 21, 2016
I sure hope they are successful. I will do anything to help their efforts. https://t.co/idyiH9SoUz
— LoveReagan (@Stampact1765) November 21, 2016
@WashTimes Adios and but you take your part of the National Debt with you when you leave!
— Scott (@realscottposton) November 21, 2016
@WashTimes Just wait until they figure out they would then be responsible to pay for their own welfare.
— John Bonewicz (@JBonewicz) November 21, 2016