Big business is moving out of California as COVID restrictions stymie a return to normalcy within the Blue state.

With the Super Bowl just weeks away and scheduled to be played at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA, the NFL is keeping a second venue on standby in the great state of Texas — where COVID restrictions don’t impact one’s livelihood or business, unlike Los Angeles.


FILE - Fans watch at the start of an NFL football game inside AT&T Stadium between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)

Clay Travis spoke on LA’s COVID situation and its impact on the Super Bowl during Wednesday’s OutKick the Show.

He lauded the NFL for considering a move out of Los Angeles while advising them to act quickly before a surge in Omicron cases handcuffs them to LA’s restrictions — risking the fate of the season’s most profitable game.

"I’ve been saying that the NFL needs to aggressively prepare to host the Super Bowl somewhere other than in Los Angeles," Clay said.

As Omicron spreads and pumps daily counts to near all-time highs, Clay warns that the Golden State lacks the "logic" and "reason" to respond to the spike in a sane approach.

"California is going to be one of the first states to shut down, to restrict crowds, to disallow normalcy to exist," Clay warned.

FILE - The outside of AT&T Stadium is shown with the end zone doors open before an NFL football game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Cleveland Browns in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins, File)

The liberal agenda for COVID is already coming to fruition in other parts of the country: starting with Ivy League schools limiting in-person appearances on campus due to Omicron.

"Already we’re seeing at Stanford, they’ve changed the rules so that only family members are able to attend indoor events. …

"You’ve got Yale, which is not even allowing its kids to go to restaurants off campus. They can’t even sit outside. They have to quarantine when they arrive, despite the fact that the campuses have a 100 percent COVID vaccination rate."

While the NFL mulls a move to AT&T Stadium in Dallas, they’ll need to assess whether there’s the security of an unrestricted Super Bowl coming from CA Gov. Gavin Newsom or sounder policy in states like Florida and Texas … as endorsed by New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

FILE - This is a general overall interior view of SoFi Stadium as the Los Angeles Rams takes on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021, in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Kyusung Gong, File)

"Based on the data, I just don’t believe that Los Angeles and the state of California, based on their COVID insanity so far, is going to allow there to be a full football stadium in the middle of February. If you look at the trajectory of where exactly we are headed … "


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