I thought the (admittedly vague) plan was to regroup in the Dakotas or somewhere like that. I hope I'm wrong, but I think Texas is done in another generation because of demographics and proximity to the southern border. Two generations tops. I get along well with most Mexicans and Central Americans I know too, but although they might be conservative, Catholic, whatever, they vote overwhelmingly blue. You've seen those maps of what the electoral college would look like if only non-whites voted, right? In case you haven't, it's all blue, every state, coast to coast.There is no place in the Anglosphere you can move for a "secure future away from clownworld." There were literally protests in every Western city in the world, and some smaller towns as well. We even had a protest in Lewisville, TX which is about red as it gets in DFW. Clownworld has billions of dollars of resources to take the poz to wherever you are.
You have to create a secure future by having a commitment to a community and church, building a family and raising a family there, standing up for your values. Flying to Switzerland says, "I don't care about my country or my community, I'd rather give up my citizenship than save it."
Sure, if you live in a big coastal blue metropolis like DC, NYC or Seattle, you should probably move away from those regions. Texas though? I see what you're saying about Texas becoming more Democrat or whatever, but it's surely not that pozzed (Don't even compare it to Colorado). The major blue areas are tiny specs on the map and concentrate mostly around the border towns, Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio. I can drive 30 minutes outside of Dallas County and be around the most normal, middle-class, family-oriented Christian people you can get anywhere in the country. It's like that in most exurbs actually. The Mexicans are the least of my concerns in Texas, I'd worry more about the Californians moving in and the locals leaving. Texas is part of Mexico basically, there have always been Mexicans here and a lot of them have very stable families. A lot of the Mexicans I know are conservatives.
So yeah, no place is perfect. But we're not going to win this by hiding in Montana or Switzerland. At the end of the day, the Democrats want to displace conservatives from Red states like Texas. I'm not going to let them have it. There are good bones here to work with, like a church-oriented culture and stronger families.
I hope I'm wrong about Texas and you can turn it around somehow down there, but I don't see it. The worst thing is that when Texas goes solid blue, the whole country is pretty much done and the Republicans become a small, regional party that gradually fades away, like the Federalists in the early 19th century.
You are correct that Colorado is much further along the path to hell overall, and that ultimately, they'll come for us anywhere we go. I think what people are looking for is somewhere to move to that will buy us more time and, in my opinion, Texas isn't it.