Cali Ranks #1 In Outbound One-Way U-Haul Rentals For Third Year In a Row

Brittany M. Hughes | January 5, 2023
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Dirty Needle Hop Scotch. Longest rolling blackouts. Most human fecal matter per square mile. These are just a few of the accolades boasted by California, one of the nation’s most leftist states and also current reigning champion in the “Who Wants To Be a Crime Victim” Olympics.

Now, the Golden State can add another longstanding record to its list of impressively bad accomplishments, as California just led the nation in one-way U-Haul rentals for the third consecutive year.

As reports the Santa-Barbara News Press, “U-Haul saw the highest demand for one-way equipment from California outbound residents, and saw the highest net loss of one-way U-Haul trucks from the Golden State” as residents fled like bats out of hell to escape the blue state’s socialist utopia of homeless shantytowns and toxic algae blooms. The report also notes that the state has seen a 12% uptick in the number of people getting the heck out of dodge, noting that “343,230 more Americans moved out of California compared to those who moved into it” and marking the third year in a row that the state has hemorrhaged people leaving for greener pastures.

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Which, unfortunately for belligerent liberals, include both Texas and Florida, two Republican-led states that ranked at the top of of U-Haul’s list as one-way destinations (coming in at #1 and #2, respectively).

In addition to people and families beating feet out of Newsom's cesspool of poverty and despair are a number of companies who've also abandoned California in favor of freer states that are simply better for business. In fact, 352 companies - including Tesla, Charles Schwab, the Daily Wire, to name just a few - moved their headquarters out of the state between 2018 and 2021 alone.

Seems like the people - and the businesses they run - have spoken loud and clear. And I doubt they'll quiet down anytime soon.

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