Beware: Proposal to split California into 3 will create 3 liberal states!

A proposal to split California into three states will be on the ballot this November.

Backers of CAL 3, led by Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper, collected and delivered 600,000 signatures to California Secretary of State Alex Padilla’s Office, surpassing the 365,000 required by law to qualify for the ballot.

The proposal is to split California into these three new states:

  1. Northern California
  2. California
  3. Southern California

Conservatives should vote “No” for this reason: Instead of giving Conservatives a voice in state government, CAL 3 will make things worse because the way the proposed state lines are drawn will create two, if not three, Democrat-dominant states.

As things are today, California’s one-party Democrat government is the result of the state’s pattern of population distribution, wherein heavily-populated “liberal” metropolitan cities on the coast determine the outcome of elections. Instead of creating a new state of those “liberal” coastal cities, CAL 3 distributes the “liberal” cities to each of the three new states, thereby ensuring that they will dominate election outcomes in the new states.

Here’s the map of the proposed CAL 3:

Note that:

  1. Northern California will contain these big cities:
    1. San Francisco: the 13th most populous city in the U.S., with a population of 884,363 in 2017.
    2. San Jose: the 10th most populous city in the U.S., with a population of 1,035,317 in 2017.
    3. Sacramento: the state capital; 35th largest city in the U.S., with a population of 501,334 in 2018.
  2. California will contain these big cities:
    1. Los Angeles: the 2nd largest city in the U.S. (after New York), with a population estimated at 3.98 million.
    2. Santa Barbara: with a population of 91,196 in 2014.
    3. Long Beach: the 39th largest city in the U.S., with a population of 462,257 in 2010.
  3. Southern California will contain these big cities:
    1. San Diego: the 8th largest city in the U.S., with a population of 1,419,516 in 2017.
    2. Anaheim: the 10th largest city in California, with a  population of 336,265 in 2010.

In the 2016 presidential election, California voted:

  • Hillary Clinton: 61.6%
  • Donald Trump: 32.8%

Here’s a map of how California voted in the 2016 presidential election

Now let’s compare California’s 2016 election results map with a map of CAL 3:

To conclude, the proposed CAL 3 will only split “liberal” California into three “liberal” states. Each of the three states will get to send two senators each to the U.S. Senate, as well as representatives to the House of Representatives. Since each new California state will be dominated by “liberal” heavily-populated cities, that means we’ll end up having even more Democrats elected to both houses of Congress.

Vote “No” on CAL 3 !!!

~Eowyn

37 responses to “Beware: Proposal to split California into 3 will create 3 liberal states!

  1. Are they going to get more electoral votes? or do they split what they have?

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  2. That was my first reaction when I saw the boundaries, putting the bad guys in the majority within each area. I do think the state should be divided, but in a way that allows reasonable people to have a voice in their own state and future instead of multiplyimg the crazies.

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  3. So what started out as something to help the conservative people in the state is now going to become a nightmare if it happens. Seems no matter what, nothing good is coming out of that state. I hope people are paying attention to what is really happening. God help us if they get more power, as it is we are fighting tooth and nail just to keep our nation afloat.

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  4. John Kernkamp

    Four more liberal Senators! Not a good idea!

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  5. Wht don’t they just seecede? Or better yet let’s throw them out and build the wall there instead. Maybe they could go to a ‘state’ electorial collage. and smooth the vote out a little. After all if it wern’t for the EC we’d be stuck with hitliary.

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  6. MAGA! &this ,,liberal,,world a thing of past,we only have one life

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  7. Oh my gosh, just what we don’t need. I’ve been hearing about this, thanks for putting it into concise form.

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  8. The liberal state, California, should have been drawn as a “coastal” strip, incorporating SFO, L.A. and San Diego. Then equally split the more conservative remainder into Northern & Southern CA. You can bet the liberals would never approve that. For them, gaining four more Senators is paramount.

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  9. Of course. They are the gerrymandering capitol of the world already. There is no other reason why they would want this.

    There was talk originating from the “red” half of the state but this isn’t it. Anything done here will be scammed to further their Maoist goals.

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  10. Dr Eowyn . . . thank you for fleshing out the CAL3 issue. I just knew somehow that this was an effort to shut down Conservative voices. It is good to actually see the proposal. This would be quite damning to our country as a whole.

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  11. Not a good idea at all…

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  12. People wanted to secede from the left/libtard coast and the progressives turned it into an electoral vote grab.

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  13. Many thanks Dr. Eowyn for alerting us on this. Without this post I may have been hoodwinked into voting for this because when I first heard the proposal for this about a year ago, it was, as many have pointed out, ostensibly to give conservatives a voice. The initial map that I was shown divided the state vertically from east to west creating only two states where all the urban areas were together and the rural areas east were together, giving freedom to those who are constantly dictated to by the big cities and their hordes of brain dead liberals, welfare recipients, and immigrants. This last election my husband said he had about had it with voting in this state because essentially it has become a waste of time; a real exercise in futility where every single proposition or politician one votes for loses.

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    • Any government is only as good as the people that make it up. If they truly respected the principles that formed and preserved the country all these years they would not see things like this as “opportunities” to be used for their personal gain.

      While I happen to believe that the whole thing is contrived and that the New Odor is in full fume, these competing factions are there to further weaken the nation as a whole. After all, when you’re making zones out of nations you have to break a few eggs.

      “A pox on them” indeed. All of them.

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      • Of course you are correct- it is all contrived, and I do not look at any so called conservatives as our saviors. I may be naive, but I still think there is a lesser of two evils. And yet….. I stumbled upon the following video today, and if nothing, it is a perfect example of the pure evil of New World Odor as you call it, and reminds me sadly, that we have NO ONE in a place of power to champion humanity. As they blather their right left dialectic they kill us slowly by frying our bodies with microwave. In light, does any of the political blather mean anything??!!! They are all sellouts. The video is long, but if you just watch the first 20 minutes or so, it makes you feel like there is not hope in getting out of this satanic techno matrix that is indeed right here, right now.

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  14. These vile liberals are not just obsessed, they are so possessed by a raging lust for power, and control that there is no fraud, not lie, no manipulation they will not commit to make sure they never lose to someone the likes of Trump again.

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  15. There will be two more governors, two more state legislatures and two more state flags. The number of states will increase to 52 which means two new stars will have to be added to the US flag. If you think such a change will not affect you, think again. Electoral votes will change. The number of senators will increase to 104 which will possibly empower the dems in the senate. The number of house seats may change too. If California splits into 3 states, Texas may want to split into 5 states, New York will probably be the next state to split. People in New York are already complaining about too much tax money going to New York City, where many people have to be subsidized, Will your state want to split too?

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    • “The number of states will increase to 52 … If California splits into 3 states, Texas may want to split into 5 states, New York will probably be the next state to split.”

      Maybe that’s what slip-of-the-tongue-Obama meant in 2008 when he said he had already visited “57 states with 1 to go” (58 total). 🙂

      California = 2 more
      Texas = 4 more
      New York = 2 more

      Total 8 new states added to the current 50 (&/or pick & choose your favorite states with overly-Dem big cities).

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  16. AHA, so that’s their sneaky angle. Good catch, Dr. E.
    I also wonder if the whole ‘heroin epidemic’ is one way to go to a cashless society, there has been talk in economic circles about “abolishing” the interest rate to keep it at zero (or below), but the tradeoff is going cashless to eliminate the “underground” (A.K.A. cash) economy. So that’s one of their angles about this whole manufactured drug epidemic. That and killing off and ruining a lot of lives, which for devil worshippers is an added bonus.

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  17. I wonder if Soros has a relationship with Draper. They both appear to be on board the Bitcoin investment. No doubt these billionaires have had some kind of discussion. That evil Soros has his paws in everything bad for this country.

    “George Soros is probably one of the wealthiest investor who publicly eyes with digital assets currently, but let’s not forget that Bitcoin and its alternatives have caught the attention of many in the past. Tim Draper is a well known investor in a lot of ICOs and also an early investor in Bitcoin, Michael Novogratz has been leading his own cryptofund recently and Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss were angel investors in the Gemini Exchange.”

    https://walletinvestor.com/magazine/george-soros-looking-into-crypto-investments/

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  18. Which California will the Mexicans get?

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  19. .You can bet all this is being done to benefit a few. Coming in the back door to stack the deck. Californians had better wake up.

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    • They won’t “wake up”. Even if they did, what could they do? The New Odor is strong there. I know what its like to live somewhere where you have no say. That’s California. Those that vote for their garbage believe that they caused it. They didn’t.

      Conversely, anyone opposed is ignored. Soon there will be a giant sucking sound. That will be California. Nobody working, everybody spending. It’s a Bernie paradise.

      It already looks like Norte Tijuana. It is simply another extension to the rat lands of Mexico.

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  20. Norman L. Wherrett, Jr.

    Can you say Jerry-murdered? – Or gerrymandered? CALIFORNIA –
    Damaged Beyond Repair – Scrap In Place – Do NOT recycle.

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  21. I can’t remember if I said it here, or elsewhere, that it was obvious 2 of the 3 would be liberal – I just wasn’t sure how the proposed SoCal would look – but according to the election results, all 3 are liberal – just goes to show how much impact illegal alien invasions have hurt California & America.

    I think this is the liberal response to the proposed state of Jefferson, which is most of northern CA & some of southern Oregon.

    It’s also a response to the proposed state of New California, in part led by Paul Preston of Agenda 21 Radio (also frequent guest on The Common Sense Show), which wants to legally secede from California, much like West Virginia left Virginia during the Civil War.

    The CAL3 movement was designed to confuse those in favor of New California, or those who’ve at least heard about it.

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    • Regarding New California.
      Out of 58 California counties, 43 have committees or are organizing committees to join this proposal. The division between big cities and rural communities will be clear with about the same size population in the old and the new California.

      No one has the exact number of illegal aliens in the state. It could be just a few million or several million. If New California declares itself a non sanctuary state, those millions will remain in or flock to the old California.

      Whatever happens to the state, divine intervention is much overdue.

      https://www.newcaliforniastate.com/
      “New California State is based on the rural areas of California becoming New California. The map as it stands now is representative of the active county committees who are involved in New California. When we release the final map there will be contiguous borders for both New California State and California. What it will reveal are two states with populations that are near equal but based on rural vs urban populations. New California will NOT include the most densely populated areas of California. As an example the most densely populated area of Santa Clara County will not be a part of New California. The same with Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Sacramento, Los Angeles and Ventura.”

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  22. I vote that we cede the sanctury counties//cities back to Mexico & be done with a future century of angst /welfare state/lawlessness & slough it all off to Mexico to handle while we are half-way “in charge” yet..

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    • I prefer that we kick out all foreigners and the politicians and NGO’s who keep bringing them in against our wishes and take our country back.
      All of it. They can go back at least as fast as they came in, and the traitor politicians can go even faster.

      You may want to see this old article from May 1, 2006, which has some good information worth reading about “undocumented aliens”.

      “Beyond the cost to American taxpayers, the growth of illegal aliens creates a sense of lost cohesiveness, unity, and national identity among native born Americans. You give up easier when you view your “town” (symbolically speaking) as having gone to Hell in a hand basket. When I first came to southern California in the early 1990’s, there were 3 or 4 radio stations in Spanish and 2 or 3 Spanish television stations. Today, about one third of all the FM radio stations that I can receive here are broadcast in Spanish and about 50% (update 2008, about 75% now) of all UFH stations that I can pick up with my TV antennae are in Spanish. Traditionally, true immigrants to America entered legally and came in order to stay and become part of the tapestry of America. They worked, raised their families, and mostly spent their money here in America, contributing to the country’s growth and prosperity. That’s not what’s taking place with the current army of illegal aliens.”

      https://educate-yourself.org/cn/undocumentedimmigrants01may06.shtml

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  23. Liberal California x 3? Eeegads, no!

    Thanks for making their agenda so crystal clear. Surely it is exactly for the reasons you state > they are desperate for more Dem Congress-critters (probably the same reason they want Puerto Rico to be declared a State).

    The Commies were so Confident in 1944…

    “When we get ready to take the U.S. we will not take it under the label of communism. We will not take it under the label of socialism. These labels are unpleasant to the American people and have been spared too much. We will take the United States under labels we have made very lovable. We’ll take it under Liberalism, under Progressivism, under Democracy. But take it we will!”
    –Socialist Alexander Trachtenberg at a private dinner at the 1944 national Communist convention at Madison Square Garden, as quoted by Bella Dodd (ref.: 6/15/18 article at HenryMakow site, “Liberalism & Socialism: Veil for Evil”).

    2018, Not So Confident but Getting Desperate?

    “The [Democratic] party is a shambles. The leadership is stunned and bitter. Fundraising is down. There’s no focus. No plan. No outreach. Nothing. They (the leadership) hung their hats on opposing Trump. That’s fine for the base but that only represents about 30% of total voters. The rest are turning their backs on Democrats. They’ve had it. They’re burnt out on all the negativity and when you get past the media spin, which people are doing more and more these days, the fact is the President is doing a good job. You could even argue he’s doing a remarkably good job. Right now Democrats will pick up some seats in 2018 but it’ll be nowhere near the ‘blue wave’ they were predicting just a few months earlier. Against all odds, Trump keeps winning. He’s doing exactly what he said he would at a level this town (D.C.) has never seen before. It’s amazing.”
    –A “longtime Congressional staffer” as quoted 6/12/18 by DC Whispers site under “REPORT: Old & Tired Democrat Leadership Stunned & Bitter Over POTUS Trump’s Remarkable Winning Streak.”

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  24. At this point, we have to admit to ourselves that we are a captured nation, run by actual and real gangster government. I am saying that our rulers are real racketeers, in the legal and common sense understanding of the term.
    This just proves that the Democratic Party—the Party of in-your-face hatred—will stop at absolutely nothing to destroy America once and for all: Because once they succeed in destroying what was once America’s Crown Jewel, they will go on to do this to a number of other states, also.

    If there is a case for actually splitting a state, it would be New York, because New York City, together with Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island, skews the rest of the political polity of the rest of the State. Not so California: This is a bald case of gerrymandering, and it must not be allowed to proceed.

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