Our God-given Rights are Under Attack

Dozens of bills being advanced by radical Democrats in Richmond threaten our Constitutional freedoms, our gun rights, our economy and livelihoods, and our values.

A small sample includes:

Virginia Senate committee advances slew of conformed gun-control bills” (The Washington Examiner)

VA lawmakers move to repeal abortion restrictions” (WHSV)

Restricting the right to form militias (PDF of bill)

Hundreds of new taxes and environmental regulations (worse than AOC’s Green New Deal)

We have recourse. County by county, freedom-loving citizens can declare: “We love Virginia. But if Richmond won’t listen and respect our freedoms, we’re going to change the border to become part of a state that still believes in and protects God-given rights enshrined in the Constitution.”

Sign the Petition


    We, the citizens of the of ___________________, Virginia, do hereby petition our elected representatives to poll the qualified voters of ___________________, Virginia by ballot on November 3, 2020 with the VEXIT 2020 BALLOT QUESTION.


    “Do you consent to the territory of _____________________________, Virginia, currently a constituent part of the Commonwealth of Virginia, being admitted as a constituent county of the State of West Virginia, pursuant to applicable law regarding such matters?”

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Conservatives of Virginia Face a Losing Demographic War

Why don’t we just try to win back the state legislature and governor’s office? The demographics in Virginia are not good because the Federal government employee base has become more of our voting population every year. Blue Northern Virginia now dominates over the the giant remainder of the red state.

The nation’s founders did not intend for Washington D.C. to be a part of any state.  And they certainly didn’t envision millions of people moving to the DC area for federal jobs, but influencing Virginia’s state politics in the process. We face a losing demographic war.

Our Answer Lies with West Virginia

We have found allies in West Virginia. West Virginia Delegate Gary Howell proposed state legislation (HCR 8) to make the annexation into West Virginia possible via a county by county vote. And West Virginia Governor Jim Justice held a joint news conference in January with Jerry Falwell, president of Liberty University in Virginia, stating, “Our state supports personal freedom and we value the second amendment and the rights of the unborn. Come join us. You will never regret it.”

Delegate Gary Howell proposed state legislation (HCR 8) to make the annexation official via vote. HCR 8 states:

“These tensions have been compounded by a perception of contempt on the part of the government at Richmond for the differences in certain fundamental political and societal principles which prevail between the varied counties and cities of that Commonwealth.”

…In a spirit of conciliation, the Legislature of West Virginia hereby extends an invitation to our fellow Virginians who wish to do so, to join us in our noble experiment of 156 years of separation from the government at Richmond; and, we extend an invitation to any constituent county or city of the Commonwealth of Virginia to be admitted to the body politic of the State of West Virginia.”

How does this all happen legally?

  1. West Virginia’s Constitution already allows for additional territory to be added.
  2. West Virginia’s General Assembly creates framework for Virginia Counties and Cities to join by majority local vote.  (HCR-8)
  3. Local County Boards of Supervisors and City Councils vote to put local ballot measures before their voters.
  4. Each jurisdiction with the VEXIT ballot measure votes on November 3, 2020 whether it wants to be part of West Virginia.
  5. West Virginia holds special election to vote on accepting any Virginia County or City that had a majority vote to exit to West Virginia.
  6. West Virginia’s General Assembly passes laws to cover date of admission to the territory and other transition issues (such as making drivers licenses, auto tags and other state permits valid until renewal dates).
  7. No approval of Virginia General Assembly is needed because Virginia’s Constitution reserves to communities the unrestricted right to reform, alter and abolish the form of government they choose to be under.  (Article 1, Section 3)  Richmond can’t stop VEXIT!
  8. No approval of Congress is required either because the US Constitution reserves these matters to the people too, except when admitting a new state to the union or forming a new state.  (Article IV, Section 3 & Amendment 10)  VEXIT does neither!

Citizens in Other States are Taking Similar Actions

Secession fever spikes in five states as conservatives seek to escape blue rule

“You’ve got Oregonians seeking to cascade into Idaho, Virginians who identify as West Virginians, Illinoians fighting to escape Chicago, Californians dreaming of starting a 51st state, and New Yorkers who think three states are better than one.”

Read more at the Washington Times

Oregon Group petitions to join Idaho, blaming Oregon’s liberal Democrats

” A group of frustrated Oregon conservatives who have tried everything from voting out Democratic state officials they consider too liberal to recalling the state’s governor and appealing to their Washington representatives, now want to leave the state – by moving the border with neighboring Idaho westward, a published report Monday said.

Read more at Fox

Meet the people working to kick Chicago out of Illinois

Over the past two years, the movement to divide the state of Illinois into two states — Cook County in one, the other 101 counties in the other — has been gaining support. In February, as Gov. J.B. Pritzker was pursuing an agenda for Illinois that included new tax and abortion policies, Halbrook refiled a resolution in the state legislature, HR 101, in which he and six co-sponsors asked the U.S. Congress to recognize Chicago as the 51st state.

Read more at Chicago Tribune

New Califormia declares ‘independence’ from California in bid to become 51st state

“The current state of California has become governed by a tyranny,” the group, led in part by vice chairman Robert Paul Preston, declared in a document published online…
… The group, organized with a council of county representatives and various committees, hopes to model their split after the state of West Virginia.

Read more at USA Today

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