Thursday, February 4, 2021

Petition to Recall Gov. Newsom Hits Staggering Number of Signatures, Could Reach Goal of 1.5M; Newsom's Recall Strategy - Play the Victim

Petition to Recall Gov. Newsom Hits Staggering Number of Signatures, Could Reach Goal of 1.5M:
The recall effort against Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom has collected 1.2 million of the 1.5 million signatures needed ahead of a March 17 deadline, according to the Washington Examiner.
Rescue California, the group leading the recall, is aiming for at least 2 million signatures because the office of California’s secretary of state has said that only about 84 percent of the signatures on the petition appear valid, KUSI-TV reported.
Rescue California has raised $1.7 million to reach its goal, according to The Wall Street Journal.
“Californians are hurting, and we’ve had a dramatic failure of leadership from the governor,” former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer said, according to the Examiner.
If 1.5 million signatures are collected in the recall effort by March 17, the issue will head to California residents for a vote. --->READ MORE HERE
Newsom's Recall Strategy - Play the Victim:
California's Governor Newsom is unpopular. The French Laundry incident in which the state boss was caught violating his own lockdown rules helped trigger the recall effort, but was the result of growing anger by small businesses and workers at a system that treated Hollywood productions as "essential" while shutting them down.
Newsom is in office because he's a Democrat. In a one-party state, which is what California in the age of ballot harvesting and illegal alien ghost districts has become, that's more than enough. But being the recipient of support from Hollywood, Silicon Valley, and assorted lefty pressure groups, doesn't make him popular.
And few would say that California has done a good job of handling the pandemic.
Newsom's recall strategy has followed two lines. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to learn about OR SIGH the petition:

Governor Gavin Newsom Has Failed Californians

Official Recall Petition

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