NERVOUS NEWSOM: Gavin’s Campaign Calls Recall a ‘Matter of Life and Death’ for Californians

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.18.21

Gavin Newsom’s campaign launched a series of desperate ads this week 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.


Newsom defended his decision to move forward with campaign stops alongside President Biden Tuesday; saying he was “proud” of the Commander-in-Chief despite his disastrous exit plan in Afghanistan.

“Given what’s happening in Afghanistan right now, and some of the criticism the President’s getting from people within his own party, does that complicate whether or not he’s the right person to have by your side right now?” asked one local reporter.

“I’m incredibly proud of President Biden. Incredibly enthusiastic to have his support, and looking forward to having him out here,” fired-back Newsom.

Latest polls show voters evenly split over whether Gavin Newsom should remain in office or be removed on September 14th.

Watch Newsom’s ad above.

HERE WE GO: Berkeley Academics Claim Gavin Newsom Recall ‘Unconstitutional’, Courts Could Stop Election

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.12.21

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.

Read the full op-ed in the New York Times.

CALIFORNIA PLEADIN’: Pelosi Says Newsom Recall ‘Not Good for Children or Other Living Things’

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.12.21

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi defended embattled California Governor Gavin Newsom this week; saying his removal in next month’s recall would be “not good for children or other living things.”

“We have to vote and we have to reject the recall,” she said.

“Reject the recall,” she said. “It’s not good for you. It’s not good for children or other living things.”

Newsom vented to reporters during a video call this week where he lamented about people “b****ing about” problems in the Golden State like taxes, crime, and homelessness.

“It would be nice if our homegrown team would be focusing on what’s right,” Newsom yelled. “Everybody outside this state is b****ing about this state.”

“Guys, forgive me, I know I am a little pointed today but I’ve been taking a lot from you folks for a lot of months,” Newsom added. “I should be able to express myself, too.”

“I’m a future ex-governor,” he later admitted. “It could happen in a few weeks, it could happen in a few years. I love this damn state.”
Latest polls show voters evenly split on whether Newsom should be removed.

A new survey from Emerson shows 48% are now against the recall and 46% support removing Newsom.

“As it turns out, COVID is re-emerging,” said Golden State political insider Darry Sragow. “And now the fact is the governor is going to have to handle it in a way that reassures these Democratic voters.”

“How close the recall turns out to be depends on exactly one thing and only one thing,” Sragow said. “And that is whether Democrats take the time to vote.”

A Los Angeles Sergeant with the Police Protective League sounded the alarm last month after Gavin Newsom dismissed rising crime and felonies taking place all over California; saying the Governor is living in a “fantasy world.”

“That’s a fantasy world. Where are we living in? I mean, you could look at the numbers throughout California and the rest of the country. Crime is increasing. It is surging, and there’s no consequences,” Los Angeles Police Protective League vice president Sgt. Jerretta Sandoz told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.”

“There’s no repercussions for these criminals that feel that they could go in and do what they want. And it’s because of these laws. That statement is not true. The numbers don’t lie,” she added.

Read the full report at Fox News.

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