Gordon Ramsay Just Made a Move That Has Many Wondering if He’s Cooked Up a Red Pill Soufflé

Many people are now asking if Chef Gordon Ramsay has cooked himself up a Red Pill Soufflé.

At the very least, his latest move shows he’s “seen the light” – at least from a business perspective, and that’s the first step.

No industry has been harder hit by COVID policies and regulations than the restaurant industry, and if you’re operating in a blue state, you’re really feeling the heat – pun intended.

And that’s where Gordon’s new move comes in.

The popular celebrity chef has decided to get the hell out of Commiefornia and head to the freedom-loving state of Texas.

Bizpacreview reported that Ramsay is relocating his HQ specifically to Dallas. In explaining why, the paper noted that the Dallas-Forth Worth area is home to several other major restaurants, including like Pizza Hut, TGI Fridays, Pei Wei Asian Diner and Dickey’s Barbecue and Chili’s.

The paper added that Ramsay himself “believes Dallas is the best place to find chef and restaurant support talent.”

The underlying insinuation is that California is therefore NOT “the best place” to find talent. Indeed, according to the data, California appears to be “the best place” to find homelessness, crime and rampant death.

It’s also certainly the best place to find burdensome regulations, like the regulations that were imposed on businesses during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

A report published by Dallas station WFAA over the summer found that by then, a total of 53 companies had already made the exodus out of California this year alone. And of those, 23 relocated to Texas.

“That’s 43.4 percent to Texas so far this year, and 56.6 percent shared between the other 48 states. Taking a longer timeframe, since Jan. 1, 2018, 107 companies have moved their headquarters to Texas from the Golden State. The next winningest destination in that time period was Tennessee with 22 relocations from California, followed by Arizona with 17,” the station reported.

Texas, Tennessee and Arizona are all Republican states, while California conversely is considered to be the most left-wing state in America.

If you ask me, this is just another sign that a red tsunami is coming.

Everyone is seeing and feeling how disastrous Democrat policies are and how they’re failing us on a business and personal level. As a result, we’re seeing more and more people flocking to red states to get find relief and freedom.

You can’t tell me that sentiment won’t barrel through in 2022 and 2024.