5 Counties Are Attempting To Depart Left Wing Oregon And Grow to be Half Of Idaho

When you think of Oregon, you probably think of the left wing riots that have been going on in Portland for months.

It’s easy to forget that it’s a big state and not everyone who lives there is a left radical.

Some people there are fed up with trying to bring pieces of the state to Idaho.

It happens in five counties.

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The Washington Times reports:

Five counties in Oregon vote to leave the state and flee to Greater Idaho.

Five counties in Oregon will ask voters in the next election if they want to break away from the deep blue state and join the neighboring red state of Idaho.

Move Oregon’s border, also known as Greater Idaho, confirmed Tuesday that the initiative to move parts of largely rural eastern and southern Oregon to Idaho has qualified for the May 18 special election in five counties: Baker, Grant, Lake , Malheur and Sherman.

In Baker County, organizers far exceeded the 496 signatures required to submit 746. The clerk reported that 630 were accepted. The district population is around 16,000.

“Oregon is a powder keg because counties belonging to a red state like Idaho are run by Portlanders,” Mike McCarter, president of Move Oregon’s Border, said in a statement.

He cited the impact of Democratic Governor Kate Brown’s novel coronavirus restrictions; ongoing anti-fascist riots in Portland; The unsuccessful efforts of a state task force to prioritize “blacks, indigenous people and people of color” on novel coronavirus vaccines and what he described as state legislature biases in favor of Portland against rural communities.

“This state protects anti-fascist arsonists, not ordinary Oregonians, it prioritizes race over race for vaccines and program funds and in the school curriculum, and it prioritizes Willamette Valley over rural Oregon,” said McCarter.

Could this happen in other states?

Five counties in Oregon vote to leave the state and flee to ‘Greater Idaho’ https://t.co/RBruqwKu1g

– The Washington Times (@WashTimes) February 24, 2021

A little preview of what’s to come. We are two different races. There is absolutely no need to be a nation for the sake of tradition. https://t.co/KMNt1szb6p

– Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) February 24, 2021

The radical left is ousting ordinary people who just want to live in peace.

Cross posted by American Lookout.

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