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Californians have long been of the opinion that they aren’t exactly Americans, but, rather, they are some higher form of being that is allowed to look down upon the traditional nature of the nation as a whole.

This has been apparent for decades, as the Bear Republic constantly and consistently pushes back against the conservative ideals of the American Dream in favor of the bizarre and progressive nonsense that is directly responsible for the democratic divide of America.

When it comes to certain subject, such as firearms and illegal immigration, the California attitude is so far to the left of Americans as a whole that the state simply cannot maintain its current economic output due to the number of businesses choosing to do their duty elsewhere.

That’s precisely why Weatherby Inc. is headed to Wyoming.

“Firearms manufacturer Weatherby Inc. is relocating its manufacturing operations and corporate headquarters from California to Wyoming, marking another catch by Wyoming of a company abandoning a state that isn’t as gun friendly.

“’We wanted a place where we could retain a great workforce, and where our employees could live an outdoor lifestyle,’ Adam Weatherby, chief executive officer of the company, said in a statement. ‘We wanted to move to a state where we can grow into our brand. Wyoming means new opportunities. We are not interested in maintaining; we are growing.’
“Founded in 1945, Weatherby, which is now based in Paso Robles, California, produces various rifles, ammunition and shooting accessories for hunting and range shooting.”

Weatherby’s move will not only be a boon to the corporate culture of the firearms manufacturer, but will also provide approximately 80 jobs to their Wyoming locale, as well as a powerful boost to their new local economy.

The mass exodus from California has been well documented over the course of the last few years, with a number of former west coast families finding their way to Texas and beyond.  Furthermore, with the state itself under pressure from two separate secession movements, California is seemingly far less stable than any right-minded business owner would wish.


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