The least corrupt states are Washington and Oregon.

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Heres the thing about kook liberals they maybe seem a bit naive even crazy, but they mean well, they are much less likely to be motivated by avarice than you or i
We can look at the absolute number of public officials convicted in federal court on corruption. On that score, New York was No. 1 from 1976 to 2010 with 2,522 convictions. California was No. 2, Illinois No. 3, Florida No. 4 and Pennsylvania No. 5. Yet it’s clear from this list that the most corrupt states are also the states with the biggest populations.

Per capita, Louisiana is the most corrupt state, followed by Mississippi. New York drops to No. 11 on the list, and California falls to 34th. The least corrupt states are Washington and Oregon.
Ranking The States From Most To Least Corrupt
 
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Yeah, antifa basically took over Portland a few months ago...not really on the top of my list of states. At least when blm gets all crazy here we try and keep them confined to a few blocks. Doesn't always go according to plan but at least they are not out directing traffic and attacking the elderly.
 
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Yeah, antifa basically took over Portland a few months ago...not really on the top of my list of states. At least when blm gets all crazy here we try and keep them confined to a few blocks. Doesn't always go according to plan but at least they are not out directing traffic and attacking the elderly.
well my point is you guys demonize places like this with absurd horror stories.. and i'm sure in small areas there are weirdos but 99% of the state is normal, my family is from holland and the red light district is about 5 square blocks in amsterdam the rest of the coujntry is inhabited by pretty normal affable people
 
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Yeah, antifa basically took over Portland a few months ago...not really on the top of my list of states. At least when blm gets all crazy here we try and keep them confined to a few blocks. Doesn't always go according to plan but at least they are not out directing traffic and attacking the elderly.
so they took over a few blocks and harrased a few old white racists big deal they have places like that back home they hurt no one 7 Things Tourists Shouldn't Do in Freetown Christiania