Nov. 4, 2019
So, Trump did the sensible thing last week and decided to become a Florida resident. He’s not alone. Over-taxed, nanny-state, socialist “progressive” New York has the highest rate of out-migration of any state in the country (thus losing two seats in the House of Representatives after the 2010 census).
Andrew “Infanticide” Cuomo—the tacky, corrupt, mafioso-Democrat governor of New York—actually said “Good riddance” to the President of the United States. May Cuomo return to Hell a.s.a.p., and may New York continue to lose seats in Congress.
I don’t know how much longer I can stand living in the lunatic asylum known as New York City. Since quitting my job in June, I’ve taken numerous out-of-state trips to escape the “liberal, progressive” (i.e. intolerant, ignorant, fascist, regressive) hive-mind of New York City, which is one reason my blog posts have been so infrequent this summer and fall. Another reason is that I spent much of the summer slaving in my gardens, although I did reward myself with frequent swims in the nearby Atlantic. After the gardens peaked in September, I fled New York yet again for a month-long tour of New England. The scenery was breathtaking, the air fresh and clean, the inhabitants friendly and polite, the rivers and lakes invigorating, and the food delicious and plentiful. An added benefit is that some of my clothes are still infused with the intoxicating scent of woodsmoke from the campfires I enjoyed during the trip.
I’m sharing some photos I took, which I hope readers will enjoy. Needless to say, my support for President Trump has not waivered one iota, and the brownshirt Antifa terrorists (the armed wing of the Democrat party, just as the KKK used to be the armed wing of the Democrats) have had no effect whatsoever on my hat-wearing.
Incidentally, you may recall that the communist puppet Obama once referred to a “civilian army” that he wanted to create during his failed “fundamental transformation” of America. Make no mistake, Antifa is that army.
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