NFL Player Inadvertently Shows Why People Are Leaving California

California used to be considered one of the best states in the country, but after many years of Democratic rule, it is now considered one of the worst states to live in.

From @WSJopinion: California leaders are missing in action on the homeless crisis, ruining once-iconic cities. Fixing anticamping, shoplifting and cash-bail laws, plus issuing a border order would help a lot, writes @andykessler.

— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 31, 2023

California has solved many issues we face as a nation, like how tent cities solved the housing crisis.

With his leadership, all of American can look like San Francisco.

— WokeSwami (@woke_swami) October 29, 2023

Most of the cities in the state are unsafe, there’s rampant drug use, the cost of living is astronomically high, and the streets have been overtaken by the homeless, who have their own “tent cities.”

If these weren’t good enough reasons to move out of the state, San Francisco 49ers’ defensive lineman Arik Armstead inadvertently gave people another reason to stay away from the Golden State.

Armstead, who signed a 5-year, $85 million deal in 2020, wanted to show fans how players in the NFL get paid. But



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