Sorry but we have disagree that political ideology inspires emigration . . . People only move when MONEY is at stake.
Still, we agree with the Senator that partisan polarization is worsening.
Check his recent comments on the topic . . .
(Senator) Hawley, a leading social conservative who's thought to harbor presidential ambitions himself, said the ruling would further polarize the country as abortion laws shift on a state-by-state basis.
"I think we will see a major sorting out across the country that is already underway, as we speak, as states move to change their laws or adopt new laws in response to this decision," he said. "I think it'll probably redraw some demographic lines around the country, and will lead to impacts in voting patterns, I think, all around the country."
Hawley said that individuals may make decisions about where they choose to live in the United States based on those laws, possibly relocating in the process.
"More and more red states, they're going to become more red, and purple states are going to become red, and the blue states are going to get a lot bluer," he said.
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Sen. Josh Hawley predicts the overturning of Roe v. Wade will cause a 'major sorting out across the country' and allow the GOP to 'extend their strength in the Electoral College'
Sen. Josh Hawley predicted that the overturning of Roe v. Wade will help Republicans in the long run. He argued the decision would polarize the country in a way that benefits Republicans in the Electoral College. He also said the alliance between big business and social conservatives that underpins the GOP is now "over."