...is not Trump's loss*. It's the DA who was elected in Los Angeles.
At least it is for me. Dig this.
LA is already a catastrophe what with all of the homeless encampments and productive people leaving. If Gascón really implements this, crime in LA will get much, much worse and the egress of the competent and the useful will accelerate.
This is a problem because it will mean that SF and LA will both be failed cities, leaving my own San Diego and Sacramento as the only remaining sane places and I'm not all that certain about Sacramento. In any case, we can't carry the state on our own, but we may well be asked to do so.
I'm looking for ways to reduce my exposure to California. First up will be the sale of our rental property.
* - Yes, he lost. Yes, the election may have been crooked or stolen, but then again the ref missed a blatant pass interference penalty against the Saints in a playoff game a few years ago and the Saints lost, too. It happens. I supported Trump, but I couldn't stand his personality. I think he opened the door for pugnacious, yet polite Republicans in the future.
Update: Just in case you think I'm being hysterical, check out this news. Just in the last week, Tesla, Hewlett Packard and Oracle all made decisions to move out of California.