Far-left Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez released a video endorsing Gavin Newsom this week as the embattled Governor barrels towards his recall election, backing the Democrat while wearing an ‘Abolish ICE’ hat and holding her pet dog.
“Now listen, if you live in California, there’s probably a ballot in your mailbox on a recall election. Please find that thing, vote ‘no’, stick that sucker right back in your mailbox because the options are bad,” yelled Ocasio-Cortez.
“Listen to @AOC — grab your ballot. Vote NO. And mail it by September 14th. There’s too much on the line. Make sure your voice is heard!!” posted Newsom along with the video.
Listen to @AOC — grab your ballot. Vote NO. And mail it by September 14th.
There’s too much on the line. Make sure your voice is heard!! pic.twitter.com/9jN077GOz6
— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) September 9, 2021
Conservative Commentator Larry Elder spoke with Sean Hannity last Wednesday night on the upcoming election to remove Gavin Newsom, saying he will champion education choices and crackdown on crime if elected the next Governor of California.
“This business about paying criminals not to shoot each other? Why didn’t we think of that before? Why don’t we pay shoplifters not to shoplift? This is just madness,” said Elder.
“This is the kind of stuff that Gavin Newsom has been doing,” he added. “Nearly 80% of the kids educated in government schools are black and brown. 50% of third graders cannot read at state levels.”
Watch AOC’s video above.
TOTAL RECALL: Bernie Says ‘Last Thing We Need is Some Right-Wing Republican Governor in California'
Far-left Senator Bernie Sanders threw his full support behind embattled Democrat Gavin Newsom this week, releasing a video promoting the California Governor ahead of his recall election on September 14th.
“At this unprecedented moment in American history, when we’re trying to address the crisis of climate change, guarantee health care for all, and pass real immigration reform, the last thing we need is to have some right-wing Republican Governor in California!” said Sanders.
“The September 14th recall of Gov. Newsom is a bold-faced Republican power grab. Don’t let it happen,” he added.
Sen. Bernie Sanders: "The last thing we need is to have some right-wing Republican governor in California. The September 14th recall of Gov. Newsom is a bold-faced Republican power grab. Don't let it happen." pic.twitter.com/ZSzkkiuIM4
— The Hill (@thehill) August 30, 2021
Gavin Newsom’s campaign launched a series of desperate ads earlier this month just weeks before his recall election on September 14th, calling the vote a “matter of life and death” for many Californians.
“What’s at stake in the September 14 recall? It’s a matter of life and death,” a narrator states at the start of the ad.
“With COVID surging, Gavin Newsom is protecting California,” claims the video.
When it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine, this recall election is a matter of life and death.
GOP front-runner Larry Elder says he would repeal every vaccine mandate on his first day in office.
Watch our new ad and VOTE NO by September 14. pic.twitter.com/8KlWlLydWG
— StopTheRepublicanRecall (@StopRepRecall) August 16, 2021
Watch Sanders’ video above.
TOTAL RECALL: Newsom Begs Californians to ‘Voluntarily Reduce Water Consumption’ By 15%
Embattled California Governor Gavin Newsom is pleading with Golden State resident’s to “voluntarily” limit their water consumption as the region struggles with high-temperatures and drought conditions.
“We’re hopeful that people will take that mindset they brought into the last drought and extend that forward with a 15% voluntary reduction, not only on residences but industrial commercial operations and agricultural operations,” Newsom said in a news conference.
“We’re not trying to be oppressive,” Newsom stressed, The Times reported. “Again, these are voluntary standards.”
Newsom will officially be recalled on September 14th as he fends of potential challengers eager to take his position.
The Governor has faced a growing backlash over a series of botched plans; including his decision to shutter businesses for more than a year to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Read the full report at Fox News.