California is bleeding residents at an alarming rate. Not only that, it is also losing industry as well. Companies can no longer afford to reside in San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and most other places where Soros-funded, soft-on-crime District Attornies reside. Hollywood hasn’t gone unaffected, either. Numerous stars have packed up and left the decaying Golden State.
Recently, a number of high-profile celebs have fled the coast for greener, safer pastures. Mark Wahlberg, Dean Cain, 50 Cent, Joe Rogan, James Van Der Beek, and Rod Stewart are just a small number of big-name celebrities that have had enough of greasy Gavin Newsom and California’s failed policies.
Who can blame them? Even if you make enormous sums of money, you still have to pay taxes, buy gas, pay the electric bill and mortgage, and put food on the table. All of these things are increasingly more difficult to do in California.
That doesn’t take into account the spike in crime and homelessness. Criminals are so emboldened in California that there is no longer any guile and artistry to theft. Crooks simply now smash and grab and overwhelm businesses, often wearing no mask or disguise. There is so little being done about crime that criminals aren’t even sweating the details.
Texas, Tennessee, and Florida have become popular destinations for California refugees due to their mostly lovely climates, low to no state taxes, and low crime rates. Not coincidentally, these are red states, and more and more people are seeing red as opposed to blue in 2023.
Now, yet another Californian is packing up and bidding adieu to the coast. Natasha Bure, the daughter of Full House star Candace Cameron Bure, is leaving the West Coast for the Lone Star State. The 25-year-old actress and YouTube star recently discussed why she is fleeing California: “I’m really nervous. But I’m nervous in a good way. I feel like there’s so much unknown for the future and that is a really, I don’t know, cool thing.”
Living in Hollywood as the daughter of a celebrity can insulate a person, keeping them from actually seeing how the rest of America lives. Bure is seeking to gain more experience and remove herself from the Los Angeles bubble. She continued: “This is also the first time I’m ever officially living by myself. It’s gonna be a challenge, for sure, but I think it will be a good challenge for me. I feel like I’m in this little bubble in LA. I know the city really well. I have so many friends that I really love, but I want to get out of my comfort zone and try something new.”
Indeed, experiencing something new will be good for Bure. Living in Texas may very well open her eyes to how the rest of America lives and make her a more well-rounded person. She continued: “I just want to meet new people, I want to learn lessons, I want to grow, and I feel like right now where I am in my life, this is the perfect opportunity to go and get out of my comfort zone . . . If I hate it, then I’ll move back or I’ll move somewhere different or whatever.”
That is a very mature take for a young woman, but not surprising considering her upbringing. Candace Cameron Bure is a woman of faith, and her Uncle, Kirk Cameron, is well renowned for his work in Hollywood as a Christian actor and director.
Bure also spoke of her recent switch to a more modest approach in terms of her dress and “showing skin.” She concluded: “A year or two ago I dressed COMPLETELY different and showed WAY more of my body than I ever needed to. I actually think the opposite now. I think dressing classy & upholding modesty is so beautiful. I’ll actually feel myself 100x more & am so much more confident in outfits that show less skin. I still want to dress stylishly and keep up with the trends but I don’t ever want to compromise my values. I want my words and how I present myself, to match!!”
Values are often forgotten in Hollywood, especially with the children of stars. Candace Cameron Bure has done an admirable job with her daughter Natasha, and hopefully, a move to Texas will broaden her horizons and make her a more complete person.
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