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IT BEGINS: Seven Oregon counties vote to join Idaho [Video]

The first tangible signs of conservative “Secession Fever” have just become reality

Let’s make a wager that America generally is a traditionally conservative nation. One would not notice this when watching the American news reports, but a bit of close study reveals a few interesting facts:

  • Most of the news of terrible things happening in the US comes from large, Democrat-run cities.
  • People are fleeing those large cities in great numbers
  • The tyrannical “liberal” governments of these cities took major strides deep into crazy over the last year.
  • Liberals do not live in rural areas by and large – they are urbanites, dependent upon an urban social structure.

For the rural counties in certain American states such as Oregon, Washington, California, Colorado, Arizona, Texas, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New York and many others, conservatives make up the majority of the population, yet have no political voice in the United States government because they are outnumbered by masses of liberal people who are barely even aware of where their food comes from.

What would your solution be?

Probably what a total of seven Oregon counties have done so far. Jefferson and Union counties in Oregon were the first to vote to leave Oregon for Idaho back in the November elections. On May 18th, Sherman, Lake, Grant, Baker and Malheur Counties also voted to secede from Oregon and join Idaho.

The secession process is moving. This is not the only place this kind of thinking has arisen, but it is the first such move that now has a real paper trail taking shape in the United States. Texas is also considering the move to secede, not to join any other state, but to reform its own republic, an independent nation as it once was.

Should this secession of counties continue (and grow), there is a good chance that most of Oregon, a lot of Washington State and even some of Northern California may all become part of Idaho.

Why Idaho? It is the most conservative state in the US, for one. It is deeply red, almost isolationist, but it also has fantastic natural resources that would only be augmented by the addition of territory from the other states. The increase in population for Idaho, if all interested counties joined, would be enough to gain representation in the US Congress, and it would also mean that the people’s interests were actually heard by their state’s government and its senators and representatives.

As the liberal woke sphere keeps getting more extreme, this option is looking more and more attractive. If it succeeds for Oregon, the next state likely to fragment would likely be Colorado, which also has a highly conservative population that has been overrun by California liberals in Boulder County and through Denver, resulting in one of the strangest governments in the country: a “married” gay man with a partner and children as the governor and a cloud of marijuana fumes that a whole lot of reasonable and sane people would really like to get rid of in that state.

Next might be New York. While “the City” is all but lost to liberal causes, a great deal of New York is very conservative. And so it goes, state by state.

We might end up with actual liberal “city-states” surrounded by rural communities with conservative representation that would be strong enough to offset the overbalance currently existing in our larger state structures. This could even be credited to the Constitution’s founders as genius (we already know the founders were geniuses) but this would be a way that upholds the principle of the Electoral College, and that reinforces the power of low-population rural communities and people who presently are going without representation more and more.

The American Experiment looks like it is about to continue with new steps. Let’s see what happens.

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FranBrown
FranBrown
May 22, 2021

If Texas would only make up its mind to secede from the Union and return to a Republic, I am sure many if not all the rest of the red states would do the same thing. The US will then completely break up, the office of President could be abandoned, the Senate and judiciary could be localised, resulting in the (hopefully) destruction of the Deep State. It could also augur well for the rest of humanity and stop the globalists in their tracks. What’s not to love about the idea?

Last edited 26 days ago by FranBrown
TravelAbout
TravelAbout
Reply to  FranBrown
May 22, 2021

As a US citizen living in Pennsylvania I can only respond to your question with a “If only”. The country needs to be broken up into a small # of countries.

Besides benefiting a large portion of the current US population the whole world itself would greatly benefit from such a breakup.

Last edited 26 days ago by TravelAbout
jdd
jdd
Reply to  TravelAbout
May 22, 2021

The financial oligarchs of the City of London and Wall Street, who now speak through the WEF, would like nothing better. They last tried it in 1861, but due to the leadership of our greatest president, the issue was settled against them four years later.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  FranBrown
May 22, 2021

There’s nothing not to love about the idea! If secession doesn’t succeed perhaps Texas could declare its 1845 annexation into the Union as the 28th state as illegal. After all, the US considers Crimea’s referendum on its reunion with Russia to be an illegal annexation, so perhaps this would help make the case for Texas to secede. The Republic of Texas declared independence from the Republic of Mexico in March 1836, and since there could not have been a referendum in those days, a bunch of European settlers must have made the decision for Texas to become a republic and… Read more »

Carol Hardison
Carol Hardison
May 22, 2021

do not be so eager to applause. is not their great plan to federate the united states into more manageable sectors (see agenda 21 maps). returning some back to their supposed colonizers? consider holland taking the northeast, britain taking the south, spain taking florida, france getting the gulf, the saudi’s get the midwest and the rest goes to israel. i would not seek usurpation by another state but instead would seek a simple divorce. you take your half, they get their half. sort of like what west virginia did, except you may have portions of three states coalesce to make… Read more »

Jovanda
Jovanda
May 22, 2021

Gee whiz…I stumbled upon evidence of politically criminal insanity. Why not relax and go for a swim? Or go grow some peas and tomatoes in a backyard garden? Mean-spiritedness is bad for your health!

Patricia Tursi
Patricia Tursi
May 22, 2021

I support the rights of all citizens….not just straight, non pot smoking people. Being derisive because a couple is both male, is wrong. What do you expect? That they live single for their lifetimes? But I am overjoyed at the decision of Oregon counties to secede and hope it extends to Colorado. I believe that Humanity is on the brink of extinction and only drastic moves will save it. Autism, auto immunity and other diseases have burgeoned along with the vaccine profits. They are making our children sick and the disease and the vaccine administration rise hand in glove. This… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
May 23, 2021
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It would be so nice if California’s Central Coast would join Idaho as well. I don’t really feel like moving to Redding.

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