In Joe Biden’s America, U.S. citizens are moving south of the border because they can’t afford to live here, and Mexicans hilariously are getting tired of it.
One of the new stories sweeping the interwebs is the tale of Californians fleeing the land of plenty and moving to Mexico because California has become too expensive. They are buying cheaper homes down south, and working electronically.
The homes are cheaper, the taxes are much lower, and their U.S. dollar goes much farther down there, according to HotAir.
But Mexicans are not very happy about their new American neighbors moving into their Mexican neighborhoods. One reason is that these American transplants are driving up the values of their property and pricing Mexicans out of their homes.
Per the Los Angeles Times:
The influx, which has accelerated since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and is likely to continue as inflation rises, is transforming some of the city’s most treasured neighborhoods into
In leafy, walkable quarters such as Roma, Condesa, Centro and Juarez, rents are soaring as Americans and other foreigners snap up houses and landlords trade long-term renters for travelers willing to pay more on Airbnb. Taquerias, corner stores and fondas — small, family-run lunch spots — are being replaced by Pilates studios, co-working spaces and sleek cafes advertising oat-milk lattes and avocado toast.
And English — well, it’s everywhere: ringing out at supermarkets, natural wine bars and fitness classes in the park.
The paper added that $2,000 a month in rent in California won’t even get you a dog house. But in Mexico it gets you a penthouse view!
And Mexicans are about done with it. It is so bad that posters are appearing in Mexico telling Americans that they are a “plague” and they “hate” the American transplants.Tags: Commentary