Leo Terrell stopped-by ‘Hannity’ Wednesday night to discuss Gavin Newsom’s impending recall election; saying the voters are finally telling him the truth about his far-left policies that have destroyed California.
“I see a guy who is not only angry, but a guy who’s getting desperate,” said Hannity.
“That’s a total meltdown. Gavin Newsom is too radical for Democrats in California. What’s happening is, he’s being told the truth!” said Terrell. “He’s lying to himself. He is disconnected to mainstream people living in California.”
“He said crime is going down… He’s welcomed homelessness here. This man has kept kids, people of all colors out of schools,” he added. “He’s been told the truth. He’s unlikeable and people want him out.”
An op-ed from two academics at the University of California, Berkeley published by the New York Times now claims that California’s impending recall election of Gavin Newsom violates the United States Constitution.
“There Is a Problem With California’s Recall. It’s Unconstitutional,” claim the Dean and Professor. “The most basic principles of democracy are that the candidate who gets the most votes is elected and that every voter gets an equal say in an election’s outcome. The California system for voting in a recall election violates these principles and should be declared unconstitutional.”
“By conducting the recall election in this way, Mr. Newsom can receive far more votes than any other candidate but still be removed from office. Many focus on how unfair this structure is to the governor, but consider instead how unfair it is to the voters who support him,” add the academics.
“Imagine that 10 million people vote in the recall election and 5,000,001 vote to remove Mr. Newsom, while 4,999,999 vote to keep him in office. He will then be removed and the new governor will be whichever candidate gets the most votes on the second question. In a recent poll, the talk show host Larry Elder was leading with 18 percent among the nearly 50 candidates on the ballot. With 10 million people voting, Mr. Elder would receive the votes of 1.8 million people. Mr. Newsom would have the support of almost three times as many voters, but Mr. Elder would become the governor,” they write.
“The stakes for California are enormous, not only for who guides us through our current crises — from the pandemic to drought, wildfires and homelessness — but also for how we choose future governors. The Constitution simply does not permit replacing a governor with a less popular candidate,” conclude the Berkeley faculty.
Watch Terrell’s comments above.
BATTLE OF THE YEAR: Leo Terrell VS Cornel West –‘You’re Not My Brother, You’re a Dinosaur!’
Sean Hannity hosted the ‘Battle of the Year’ Tuesday night when Leo Terrell debated Cornel West over ‘Defund the Police,’ George Floyd protests, and the growing ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement across the United States.
“He’s just giving you old talking points, I’ll talk to you black man to black man. You’re conflating protests and police misconduct,” said Terrell.
“Who do you think you are my brother?” asked West.
“You’re not my brother! You’re taking the wrong positions,” responded Terrell. “You’ve lost control, you’re a dinosaur!”
Watch the explosive exchange above.
'I GIVE EVERYTHING': Cop Posts Heartbreaking Video, ‘All of Us Are NOT Bad… I’m So Tired’
A video went viral on social media Thursday showing a police-officer reaching his breaking point regarding the national anti-police sentiment sweeping the media and parts of the country; saying “he gives everything” for his profession.
“I’m tired. I am so tired. I wake up every morning and kiss my family goodbye, knowing that there’s a possibility I won’t come home. I’m tired of every time I wake up in the morning, there’s someone polarizing us. All of us are not bad! Most of us are not!” said the police officer.
I’m tied so tied.
“I’m so tired,” he added. “I give everything.”
Watch the heartbreaking video above.