Sleep in Newark Delaware
Train to DC.
Newark is a college town emptied by covid.
White people, mostly, clean, rich, deluxe, worlds largest chemical company nearby.
Very close to DC, and Philadelphia.
Best medical care in USA.
Retire in Delaware "new Sweden" home of Biden.
Become permanent protester, pain in the butt, spy, political operative.
Make money in politics.
Most jobs near DC pay twice what you can get in California.
they print the money in DC and dump the money there.
If you don't apply for the job then Adam Schiff Hollywood homos will get the job.
Lots of tax$ wasted by contracts with small companies.
Sit in bars and beaches and talk to figure out how that is done, then do it.
Zero sales tax.
Southern Delaware voted for Trump.
Numerous beaches all around, some good.
Mostly rich old farts, gays, and families.
No snow yet this year.
Warmer beaches in Florida.
Georgia is next to Florida, sunny, warm, eat a peach.
I am trying to figure out how I can move immediately to Georgia
to vote in 2 republican senators Jan 3 election
to stop Biden agenda.
I have work and an apartment and moving hassles to weigh.
Newark received a license from King George II
to hold fairs and weekly markets for agricultural exchange in 1758.
A paper mill was created around 1798.
the oldest paper mill in the United States until its closing in 1997.
One of Newark's major sources of employment and revenue was the
Chrysler Newark Assembly plant which was built in 1951.
reggae star, Bob Marley worked as an assembly-line worker at the plant in the 1960s.
constructed to build tanks for the US Army,
the plant was 3.4 million square feet in size.
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Thursday that she expects the turnout at Saturday's "Million MAGA March" in support of President Trump to be "quite large."
The event is set to take place in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, one week after news networks projected that Trump had lost the presidential election to Democrat Joe Biden.
Trump has refused to concede the race and the Saturday events seem intended to bolster him.
"I think it's going to be quite large, um, from what I'm hearing, don't have an estimate for you,"
McEnany said on Fox News when asked about t
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