Dean Cain, the Clark Kent actor in “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” turned refugee from California, recently spoke to Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo on “Mornings with Maria” about why he decided to ditch the formerly Golden State and move to Las Vegas.
According to Cain, California is so “woke” and full of “terrible” policies that make life far, far worse for normal people living there that he finally decided he had to leave California, even though he thought until relatively recently that he would never leave.
Speaking on his sudden shift of mind toward leaving, he said, “I have to admit that if you told me a year ago that I was going to leave California, I would have said: not a chance. I would have put odds at 1,000,000 to 1, and I never thought I would leave California.”
Continuing, he noted that through he grew up in Malibu he has gotten quite positive about his new home in sunny Las Vegas, telling Bartiromo, “I grew up in Malibu, California, it’s beautiful, I had a gorgeous house there. I live in Las Vegas, Nevada, now, and I am ecstatic.”
California might have all the natural advantages, particularly in beachy and breezy Malibu, but even perfect weather and jaw-dropping aesthetics aren’t enough to keep someone around when the quality of life is, thanks to taxes and crime, unbearably bad.
That’s what Cain got to next saying that he moved because of how horrible the taxes were, particularly when paired with soft-on-crime policies. “I moved because of all the tax policies, the soft-on-crime policies… tax on everything: energy, water, gas, the craziest ever sales tax,” he said.
But all that horribleness went away when he moved out of the formerly Golden State and into a free state that, though it doesn’t have the amazing weather and beaches, does have sane policies, particularly when it comes to taxes.
“There’s no state income tax in Nevada… and they don’t have these crazy policies. The homeless issues in California, Gavin Newsom has driven that state into the ground. I’m very unhappy,” Cain told Bartiromo when commenting on the policy advantages of Nevada and Las Vegas over his former home in Greasy Gavin’s California.
Now that he’s away from the horribleness and living somewhere he likes, Cain has changed career paths and is writing a book that is meant to teach traditional American values. Describing the book, titled titled “Dean Cain: All-American Lawman,” Cain said, “It’s about right and wrong. It’s about beautiful art and a compelling story that deals with contemporary issues, like the fentanyl crisis on the border, and the issues like that, that come out. Kind of somebody who has to step up and do things to right the wrongs.”
He’s working on the book with a former DC Comics writer and illustration who left the company because of its embracing of wokeness. Describing that business partner, Cain said, “He was like, ‘You know what? I grew up believing in these characters and loving these characters so much that I don’t want to see them changed.’ He created new characters, great, but he didn’t want to see old characters change, old and beloved characters. So he and I came up with this.”
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