Nearly 500,000 Flee New York Crime and Taxes

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High-earning taxpayers are leaving New York, and it cost the state $19.5 billion. That is confirmed by the IRS. They are fleeing the high taxes and the rising crime rates. No other state is losing as many residents.

Tracking returns filed in 2019 and 2020 showed that 479,826 people left New York for another state or country in those years. Only 231,439 people moved to the state. That’s a net loss of 248,387 residents. They took their $19.5 billion with them, Just the News reports.

New Jersey and Florida were the biggest beneficiaries.

While unelected Governor Kathy Hochul worries about “X’s” marking genders on driver’s licenses, crime is still rampant. Asians are still abused. Criminals still get out of prison without bail, even after committing violent crimes.

As this Asian man is beaten by a non-white supremacist, onlookers do nothing.

Watch:

New York doesn’t have a gun problem or a white supremacist problem, but they do have a gang problem.

In the case below, Nikki Huang and ex-college hoopster Jesse Parrilla, 22, were executed in a series of retaliatory shootings that erupted after Huang griped to her gangster pals that a rival crew mugged her last Sunday, stealing her handbag, the sources said Thursday.

Jesse Parrilla was totally innocent. What he did wrong was give Nikki Huang a ride on that Sunday in May.


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Freeland_Dave
Freeland_Dave
27 days ago

Fine. I don’t really blame them. But like fleeing Californians, Don’t come to my state. We have enough problems and don’t need you to make things worse. Hey, here’s a good idea. New Yorkers can flee to Californians and Californians can flee to New York. That helps protect the rest of the nation from liberal insanity.

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Ronald Harms
Ronald Harms
28 days ago

Over here in Western New York most of us are in favor of cutting off the cancer part of our state . . . Albany and east.

Alej Marcos
Alej Marcos
28 days ago
Reply to  Ronald Harms

Over here in Texas most of us are in favor of cutting off the rot north of the Mason-Dixon line. With a few conservative exceptions, such as the Mohawk Valley.

GuvGeek
GuvGeek
27 days ago
Reply to  Ronald Harms

I’ve been suggesting that the Red States just throw the Crazy Blue States out of the Union for over a Year now. The Red States pretty much control Energy and Food in America. Manufacturing has been moving to Red States for over 40 years. I just don’t understand why Blue States have so much power??????

Tim Shep
Tim Shep
28 days ago

This is what you get when you vote Marxist democrats in office. You reap what you sow.

GuvGeek
GuvGeek
28 days ago

I’ve seen this Movie before. Back in the 1970’s, a guy named Moon Landrieu became Mayor of New Orleans by sucking up to Welfare Blacks. Then in 1978, the first Black Mayor of New Orleans, “Dutch” Morial took Office. When the Economy went South during the Carter Years, and Crime steadily rising, the White Flight out of New Orleans collapsed the Tax Base. After that Crime steadily rose into the 1990s, until Richard Pennington became police Chief. By then the damage was done and New Orleans is still a “Slum” today. In the 1960’s, New Orleans has a population of 600,000. Today it’s Population is under 380,000 and in decline. In 1900, the City of New Orleans was the Richest City per capita due to the trade on the Mississippi River. Today New Orleans has over 50% of it’s population on some type of Government assistance. Per Capita Income is under $25,000 per year. When the City of New Orleans Collapsed, Industry moved out of the State and the State is still in financial decline. With the coming Depression, and one of the highest Homeless populations in the Nation, this will probably happen to NYC over the next 5 years and to the State over the next 10 years.

Alej Marcos
Alej Marcos
28 days ago
Reply to  GuvGeek

Mayor Ray Nagin ( de coleur ) proudly announced that New Orleans was now a “chocolate city.” The miserable statistics confirm that.