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CA Gov. Newsom Recall Petition reaches 1.4 million signatures

CA Gov. Newsom Recall Petition reaches 1.4 million signatures

In an effort to bribe his way out of the predicament, Newsom proposes “Golden State Stimulus” plan

Since my last report on the nonpartisan ‘Recall Newsom’ petition effort, signature gatherers have collected 100,000 more names for a total of 1.4 million and are rapidly closing in on the 1.5 million signature level needed to get the recall on the ballot.

More organizers are aiding the effort, citing the governor’s pandemic policies as the reason for their participation.

The proponents of the recall effort hope to hit 2 million signatures by March 17th, but only 1.5 million are needed to trigger a mid-year election.

The recall campaign of the Democratic governors was launched by Orrin Heatlie, Chairman of The California Patriot Coalition, but other groups have joined the effort – including Republican Congressional hopeful Joe Collins, who launched a 28-day “Recall Road Trip” earlier this week.

Collins will visit 16 cities appealing to Californians frustrated with the Democratic governor’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. He will collect signatures.

“Gavin has been less than mediocre for California,” Collins told Fox News Thursday.

It should be noted that California recorded its highest Wuhan coronavirus caseload on December 15, with more than 53,700 infections; this barely two weeks after a significant portion of the state was essentially shut-down. Two months later, there are 13,000 cases reported, and citizens want their lives back.

Bill Burton, a former spokesman for President Barack Obama who lives in Southern California, said Democrats nationally have hammered a ‘follow the science’ message when many are more worried about getting their kids back in school and reopening their businesses.

‘There’s some disconnect between public policy and what regular people are experiencing in their lives,’ he said.

The UC Berkeley poll found that 49 percent believed that Newsom’s stay-at-home orders had little impact if any, while 47 percent agreed they had a major or at least some impact.

The majority said that the rules were confusing and inconsistent.

The poll revealed that just 31 percent of respondents felt Newsom and other state government leaders had done an excellent or good job, 23 percent said they’d done a fair job, while 43 percent said it was a poor job.

In an effort to bribe his way out of his self-imposed predicament, Newsom is proposing a “Golden State Stimulus” plan, sending $600 stimulus checks to those with incomes below $30,000.

However, the Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) found that may not help those most adversely affected by the pandemic and the agency proposed sending out higher payments, but only to those who weren’t eligible for federal aid.

A report from the LAO, a nonpartisan government agency that provides fiscal and policy advice to the state legislature, suggested California send $1,800 payments to ITIN filers—resident and nonresident immigrants who cannot get a Social Security number—with incomes below $30,000. Costing about half the amount of Newsom’s plan, the leftover funds could be used to help undocumented workers who don’t use an ITIN, according to the LAO.

Despite the plan, Newsom may have lost younger voters.

Isaiah Navarro is a Lancaster Paraclete High football player, who is hoping to play college football.

Navarro is one of many high school football players in California starved for an opportunity to prove he can play at the collegiate level, but can’t prove it traditionally through gameplay due to the state’s health guidelines, which has prohibited youth sports competition due to COVID-19 since March 2020.

“Isaiah is a three-year starter, gained 20 pounds this offseason and can definitely play college football,” Herrington said. “I think he’s representing thousands of high school kids right now in California that are frustrated to see more than 30 other states play football.”

Sadly for Newsom, many parents whose children are struggling with the continuing lockdowns and arcane rules are probably chomping at the bit to remove him from office two years early.


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Wanna bet 200k+ signatures thrown out as invalid.

Gotta make sure no ineligible voters signed the recall petition.
Gotta maintain the integrity of the election / recall process

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to Joe-dallas. | February 7, 2021 at 1:42 pm

    Funny to think that Democrats, or Republicans for that matter, would be concerned whether signatures on a petition or ballots would be valid.

    That ship has long sailed.

    Publius_2020 in reply to Joe-dallas. | February 7, 2021 at 2:21 pm

    They’re running about 15% invalidity rate so far, so your estimate is low. They need 1.9 million at 80% validity to be sure of getting over the mark.

Comanche Voter | February 7, 2021 at 12:03 pm

Well there will be enough signatures to spare. Newsom is a clueless mediocre twit.

JusticeDelivered | February 7, 2021 at 12:14 pm

It will be enteraining watching voters cancel Newsom.

    “It will be entertaining watching election officials cancel voters”


    i had thought that the November election had shown that the way you vote doesn’t count, only the way they count it does.

So what. It’s California. The next idiot will be worse.

Wishful thinking. They’re not going to remove Newsom.

AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | February 7, 2021 at 1:39 pm

Three points:

1. Governor Nuisance has ruined any chance of being considered for president. Now he’ll have to wait until he is 82, and hope Dominion/SmartMatic will be around to help fabricate votes

2. When he is recalled, the replacement will be as bad or worse

3. California voted for him, so the high school bench warmer needs to STFU. You get what you pay for. In that line of thinking, America deserves the damage that the demented pervert will lay on us over the next four years.

They will throw out signatures that are not an exact match of the signature of the voter on file because it is not the same.
And they will throw out signatures that are an exact match because that indicates that it is a copy not an original.

In any case, we can look forward to the return of some election integrity measures.

“All signatures must count” is out.
“Only when it is proven beyond unreasonable doubt a signature may count” is in.

I’ve heard Ric Grenell’s name mentioned as a possible opponent for Newscum. He would have a legitimate shot and would be a huge improvement.

    Grenell is the real deal. And the gay leftist politicos would do serious damage to their purported leftist causes (“gay” has nothing to do with anything) by trying to hurt him.

    He’d be a great governor: the state would have a real last chance at recovering. The state has no chance if another democrat is governor while biden/harris’ handlers have opened the borders to flood the nation with illegals.

Bucky Barkingham | February 7, 2021 at 3:09 pm

Will petition signatures be verified using the Georgia voting model, meaning no checks, or will each one be challenged? You know the answer.

Remember Ashli Babbitt

I have said it before: recall petitions will have no effect whatsoever. If the Communists want Newsom gone, then he is gone. If they want him to stay, he stays. This is nothing but political kabuki.

Dominion voting machines are used throughout CA including the most populous counties.

So for the next few months, we will all be treated to a demonstration of how hair gel reacts to sweat.

The people of California better put safeguards in place to prevent the kind of shenanigans we saw with the 2020 election. (“It’s not who votes that counts, but who counts the votes”)

So, the supposedly non-partisan LAO (“LAO, a nonpartisan government agency that provides fiscal and policy advice to the state legislature”) wants to do away with the idea of sending $600 to US citizens that are residents of California in favor of sending triple that amount to NON-CITIZENS???

I think Californians should look at recalling the LAO!