The Economic Collapse
March 9, 2021
This article is likely to stir up some very strong emotions. Just a few hours ago, I discovered that U.S. News & World Report had released their list of the best U.S. states for 2021. This immediately got my attention, because people are constantly asking me for my advice about where to move. I always respond by saying that we are not all on the same path, and I point out that the right choice for others might be totally wrong for them. But without a doubt, I am actively encouraging people to consider relocating during these troubled times. In fact, earlier this week I published an article entitled “If You Need To Move Somewhere Before Everything Hits The Fan, You Need To Do It Now”. I have very strong opinions about various parts of the country, and I am going to share some of those opinions with you in this article.
I would like to start my discussion by taking a look at the worst states. According to U.S. News & World Report, these are the ten worst states for 2021…
Needless to say, I totally disagree with this list.
First of all, I would like you to notice that nine out of the ten states on their list are red states. The list was probably put together by a group of liberal elitists, and living in a red state would not appeal to such people at all.
Also, most of the states on the list are southern states. For years, the corporate media has openly looked down on southern states, and that is extremely unfortunate.
Ultimately, I think that this list of “worst states” is pretty much useless. So let me share with you how I would rank the 10 worst states…
#50 California – The state is run by lunatics, the lockdowns have left the economy in ruins, homeless encampments are everywhere, drug use if off the charts, crime rates are skyrocketing, illegal immigration is fueling the rapid growth of gangs, the traffic in the urban areas is nightmarish, last year was a record year for wildfires, and a major seismic event could alter the geography of California at any time. Other than that, it is a fairly nice place to live.
#49 New York – New York City is the biggest reason why this state is so high on the list. Hundreds of thousands of residents have fled NYC over the past year, and more are leaving with each passing day.