This is the conclusion of a four-part series, ““Red Pill Democrats?” Signs grow that the Anti-Trump Coalition may support California Secession.” Click here to read the beginning of this article. The TIP (Transition Integrity Project) report...
In this environment, the Biden campaign declared that unless Republicans accepted major constitutional reforms, California, Oregon, and Washington should secede.
In the simulated crisis, senior former and current government officials chose supporting the potential secession of California and other states as a viable response if Trump uses force and violence against Americans protesting against him after the November 2020 elections.
In short: Even among senior government leaders, secession is no longer unthinkable or unreasonable.
This article is the conclusion of a six-part series, “Constitutional Changes to restore American Democracy: Reforming the U.S. Senate and ending the Imperial Presidency.” Click here to read Part One: “The Undemocratic U.S. Senate.” Due to continuing population...
Una coalición de grupos que apoyan la independencia de California presentó un proyecto de ley el 3 de julio para una ley propuesta que podría conducir a un “¿Deberíamos quedarnos o irnos?” vote en 2022. Los organizadores de la campaña esperan que el tiempo para que los californianos recopilen firmas para la iniciativa de secesión de California comenzará durante las ocho semanas previas a las elecciones presidenciales de 2020.
A coalition of groups supporting independence for California will submit a draft initiative this Friday for a proposed law that could lead to a “Stay or Go?” vote in 2022. The campaign organizers expect that the time for Californians to collect signatures for the California secession initiative will begin during the eight weeks before the 2020 presidential election.