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California secessionists hope the red States’ ‘deep hatred’ of Golden State will help their cause

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California secessionists say they plan to appeal to red-state legislators’ “deep hatred” of the “Golden State”, in an attempt to convince you that your breakaway effort.

Organizer Calexit, who want to separate their state from the United States, say that they decided to postpone their ballots in the referendum plans, and to convince instead of trying to out-of-state lawmakers to support their cause.

“We rely on the deep hatred for the state of California is in the red America,” Louis Marinelli, one of the founders of the Yes in California, the Calexit campaign, told the Washington Times.

“We rely on the deep hatred for the state of California, it is in red America.”

– Louis Marinelli, one of the founders of the Yes in California, the Calexit campaign

The campaign will seek to weigh-in to adopt 25 of the 31 Republican-held legislature, “the consent to secession” – resolutions, and only then ask California voters whether they want to withdraw.

The new approach is intended to ensure that voters are motivated and know that their voice actually lead to the secession from the union.

Marinelli said the “approval for the spin-off” resolutions Calexit campaign “come to say to return California to the people: we have the constitutionally required consent to a separation, everything, what we need to do now, is vote Yes.”

“I think that people are really motivated, if it comes to that, whereas in our previous approach, we could vote Yes now, but then wait for the approval of the member States,” he continued. “This is kind of a motivation killer.”

“I think that people are really motivated, if it comes to that, whereas in our previous approach, we could vote Yes now, but then wait until the consent of the States. This is kind of a motivation killer.”

– Louis Marinelli, one of the founders of the Yes in California, the Calexit campaign

But it remained unclear whether Calexit will convince activists to be able to the legislature of the red States is — and whether such an approach is also constitutional.

Every secessionist movement, the faces, the questions of legitimacy, according to the California Supreme Court blocked a separate proposal – named Cal-3, which have divided the state in three, but remain in the union-from the November ballot.

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT BLOCKED A PROPOSAL TO SPLIT THE STATE IN 3 OF THE NOVEMBER BALLOT

But the Calexit campaign appears to be the latest approach does not tap into a real concern of many Californians. Many Republican lawmakers used California as an example of what happens to States when they are controlled by the Democrats.

According to the times, the Republican in Colorado, the attacks on their Democratic opponents for the are supposed to want Colorado more like California.

“Radica lifornia. This is what you get when it says to the left to bring radical politics to the state — policies that have already failed in California,” the Republican Governors Association ad.

The state contribute to the aggressive opposition against President Trump and his sanctuary state policies, the perception of California as a clearly different place.

Still, the “deep hatred” of California, of other’s success is not enough, because the majority of Californians are on Board with the secession. Survey results tend to vary, but the majority of Americans, including Californians — still tend to the Union to support, and against the efforts of the division of the nation.

Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.

Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.

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