Sean Hannity told listeners on his radio show on Tuesday that he’s relocated to Florida, citing New York’s tax rates as a major reason for the move.
“We are now beginning our first broadcast from my new home, and that is in the free state of Florida,” Hannity said on his iHeartRadio show. “I am out. I am done. I am finished in New York.”
The Fox News host said that “finally for the first time that I can think of in my adult life, I actually have representatives in the state that I am living in that share my values.”
Hannity also hosted his Fox News primetime show from his remote studio in the Sunshine State, repeating some of the same comments about the benefits of Florida.
Florida has no state income tax. New York’s state tax on incomes above $5 million reaches 10.3%.
“This migration out of blue states with high taxes, burdensome regulation, high crime, horrible school districts is real,” Hannity said.
On his radio show, Hannity also mentioned the possibility that residents in California and New York will pay reparations. “It won’t be impactful to me,” he said.