Dean Cain: NYC becoming land of the flee as people leave in search of more freedom – Fox News

New York City is becoming land of the flee because people want some space and a little bit morefreedom, actor Dean Cain told Fox & Friends on Monday.

Cain made the comment afterthe New York Post reported on Sunday that moving companies can barely keep up with the New York City residents who are fleeing the city so fast because of the pandemic and deteriorating quality of life in the Big Apple.

Perry Chance of Show Up movers reportedly told The Post on Sunday that even though the company has four of its own trucks, they had to start using U-Haul trucks as well to meet the demand.

The volume has increased by at least 70 percent in the past few months, he reportedly added, noting that 25 percent of the companys customers are heading from New York City to states such as Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

Cain said he thinks Democratic leadership is to blame for the mass exodus.


I'm not shockedat all to see this exodus fromNew York City, Cain said on Monday.

He noted that he lives in Malibu, Calif., and he is used tohaving outdoor space and having some area tomove about.

I always felt a little bitstrange in New York City, kind oflikeI don't mean to say it in anegative waybut like living inlittle rat boxes and everybodyon top of each other, Cain continued.

That and the combination of theCOVID-19 situation and thedraconian measures of literally theworst mayor in the historyof New York City has made it soit is the land of the flee andeverybody wants to get out andget some space and a little bit morefreedom.

Host Brian Kilmeade noted that people in Los Angeles are leaving that city as well.

He then asked Cain, Do you think this is a blip ordo you think people are leavingfor good?

In response, Cain, who went to school in New Jersey, noted that he has most recently lived inCalifornia and never in my lifetime did I everthink I would leave Malibu,Calif.

I, for the first time ever amconcerned, if this election goesthe wrong way, I'm concernedabout living here in Californiaand am actually considering leavingfor the first time in my lifetime, Cain continued.So I'd like to believe it's justa blip, however things havegotten so out of control here.

He went on to point out that interms of taxes, it's insane herein California and we're just doing such a poor jobof governing that.

When I go tovisit other states sometimes Igo, Wow itd be awful nice to live hereand save an additional hugeamount of money and have a lot morefreedoms and, hmm, maybe I wouldconsider that so I hope it's ablip, but I fear it's not, Cain said.

Residents in major U.S. cities like New York and San Francisco have been leaving in droves due to various factors, including the lack of jobs during thecoronavirus pandemic and a potentialincrease in violent crime, according to a column postedearlier this month.

Large cities were already hurting before the pandemic. Now, statistics from Indeed, an employment-related search engine, have shown that major U.S. metropolitan areas have seen a greater rise in unemployment and alarger percentage of job loss compared to smaller metros, according to a piece byNoah Smith, a columnist atBloomberg.


Apartment rent prices have already decreased significantly in certain areas. Data collected from Zumper determined thatrent prices have fallen by7.4 percent in Seattle, 11.1 percent in San Franciscoand 6.9 percent in New York City, since the same period last year.

Fox News David Aaro contributed to this report.

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