The Los Angeles Times ran a headline Sunday which is guaranteed to catch the eye of Trump fans anyplace:"Make America California Again? That is Biden's plan"
The newspaper goes into detail how the Golden State is emerging as"the de facto policy think tank" for the Biden staff and stated,"that there is not any place the incoming government is leaning more intensely for inspiration in establishing a new policy agenda."
The newspaper spoke with Gray Davis, the former Democratic Party, that pointed to the fact that Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, a soon-to-be-former senator in the country"would be in most of the meetings and have the final word with the president as soon as they are finished. She will be discussing ideas, discoveries and creations from California that can help resolve issues on the federal level."
While most on social media celebrated the headline a few questioned the wisdom of attempting to emulate a country that dropped 135,600 more individuals than transferred there from July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020, according to the Associated Press. That marks just the 12th time since 1900 that the nation had a net migration loss, and also the third-largest actually listed.
There is also a recall attempt from the country against Gov. Gavin Newsom over his handling of this coronavirus outbreak that accumulated over 1.1 million signatures; The Times reported three months ago that the nation was criticized because of its underinvestment in passion"reduction and prevention."
1 commenter on societal websites tweeted,"Dear Biden, Maintain California at California.
The newspaper said Biden's White House will adopt a number of their nation's attempts in tuition-free green and college initiatives.
"The country is filled with disruptors and malcontents that are impatient and don't have any issue challenging the status quo," Kevin de Leon, a former state senator, told the newspaper.