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CA Gov. Newsom Blames Upcoming Recall Vote on ‘Anti-Mask and Anti-Vax Extremists’

CA Gov. Newsom Blames Upcoming Recall Vote on ‘Anti-Mask and Anti-Vax Extremists’

Newsom is also blaming Republicans, who make up only 24% of the current electorate.

Legal Insurrection readers who have been following the political drama is playing out in California remember the drive to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom accelerated tremendously in the wake of the French Laundry controversy.

Additionally, the continued pandemic restrictions paired with the fact the teachers’ unions are delaying in-person schooling in the state, despite enjoying priority vaccination status. Many Californians are angry at the $2 billion “incentive” given to those same unions to return to in-person schedules, while they have only the $1400 Biden “crumbs” to aid them.

Additionally, the state’s citizens are also angry about the enormous fraud in the California Employment Development Department’s pandemic relief system. Death row inmates got $400,000, and over $140 million went out to over 35 prisons.

So it comes as no surprise that the signature goal has been achieved, and now Newsom must switch gears to defending his office. He has opened a political action committee and smearing supporters as ‘anti-mask and anti-vax extremists.’

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is blaming “anti-mask and anti-vax extremists” for the growing recall effort he is facing in the Golden State.

On Monday, Newsom’s campaign sent an email out to supporters saying he would not take the recall effort against him “lying down” and urged recipients to sign onto a petition opposing the “far-right Republican recall effort” in his state.

Newsom went on to claim that the effort to remove him from the governor’s mansion is a “partisan, Republican recall” that was backed by “anti-mask and anti-vax extremists” as well as “pro-Trump forces” trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

“And let’s just call it what it is: it’s a partisan, Republican recall — backed by the RNC, anti-mask and anti-vax extremists, and pro-Trump forces that want to overturn the last election and have opposed much of what we have done to fight the pandemic,” wrote the governor.

As a reminder, it was precisely this smearing that inspired me to sign the petition to recall Newsom in the first place. And declaring that the recall effort is a Republican operation is ludicrous. In a recent poll, only 41% of voters think Newsom should stay, so clearly, many Democrats and independents no longer want Newsom as governor.

38% of those polled by Emerson College and Nextar Broadcasting say they are in favor of a recall. 42% say they would keep Newsom in office. When asked if they would support Newsom in a re-election campaign, 58% of respondents said they would support a new candidate, while 41% said they would re-elect Newsom.

However, he persisted.

Many Californians are less than impressed with Newsom’s take on the reasons for his impending recall.

Republicans make up only 24% of California’s current electorate. So, the counter-recall campaign is another example of grandiose delusions that have been the hallmark of Newsom’s governing style.


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I guess Newsome is talking about the people in his state that practice the art of critical thinking and reason.

Comanche Voter | March 16, 2021 at 9:31 am

Unfortunately Newsom is my governor; worse yet Adam Schiff is my congress critter. Both of them are pathetic putzes.

Clueless and arrogant. Great combo. Enjoy your recall, buddy.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to UJ. | March 16, 2021 at 2:27 pm

    He is just as arrogant as the squad, he competence falls somewhere between Omar and AOC.

“38% of those polled by Emerson College and Nextar Broadcasting say they are in favor of a recall. 42% say they would keep Newsom in office.”

A reminder that only the Communist Party satraps will decide Newsom’s fate – and NOT the proles who inhabit the People’s Democratic Republic of California. Fraudulent elections – not to mention decades of empty-headed virtue signaling – have consequences.

I think the title “extremist” fits better on a Governor who refused to recognize that his clinicians had found multiple useful outpatient treatments for COVID-19, and conspired to deny them to infected people.

Physicians in California were threatened for prescribing known medicines with a long record of both utility and safety for off-label use, to people who were unable to benefit from the vaccines.

The result is that, in San Diego County at least, the numbers of infections and deaths, which had in the early stages of the epidemic reflected the ethnic makeup of the population, flipped so that half the cases were hispanic — people who listened to the bad advice to go home and self-quarantine, instead of getting outpatient treatment.

These execrable decisions pumped up the numbers of infections and hospitalizations, and now I read that people who have had the disease and recovered are being told they have to be vaccinated, too.

This Governor, along with his administration, is incapable of acting in the best interests of the citizens of his State.

Watch the vote counting, this might be where Newsom intends to “fight” the recall.

    Yammering about “anti-vaccine anti-mask Republicans” won’t save Newsom. From the Communists’ point of view that rhetoric is too boring and anodyne.

    To stay in power Newsom will have to up his game considerably. He could (for example) claim that “white nationalists” are planning an armed insurrection and issue an executive order confiscating all firearms owned by registered Republicans (don’t think for an instant that the judicial system and the state AG won’t go along with something like that). Or he could propose a law that would fine and/or imprison anyone who makes “racist” comments on social media. These two ideas (and many others) have already been proposed by other would-be totalitarians, and Newsom could grab one or more of them and save his political ass.

Most people have preexisting or naturally acquired immunity. Most people are eligible for prophylactic and even late-stage therapy to mitigate disease progression with inexpensive, effective treatments.

Postoperative wound infections and surgical face masks: a controlled study

Effectiveness of Adding a Mask Recommendation to Other Public Health Measures to Prevent SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Danish Mask Wearers

Physical interventions to interrupt or reduce the spread of respiratory viruses

Be wary of wearing virus collectors and cloth petri dishes. Also, the likely mode of asymptomatic transmission of viable viruses is fecal. Wash your hands with soap and water to mitigate cross-contamination. Avoid long-term sequestration schemes that cause vitamin deficiencies and social distancing.

Finally, close Planned Parent/hood, one of the few venues and practices with observable excess deaths on a year over year basis.

Ooooh. Ahhhh. He said “extremist”. What about hateful or supremacist?

California could recover some modicum of credibility if they would do an honorable thing and recall their slimy governor and quite a few mayors.

“Newsom Blames Upcoming Recall Vote on ‘Anti-Mask and Anti-Vax Extremists”

But so many!
When you have that many extremists… maybe they’re not actually “extreme?”

Frank Hammond | March 16, 2021 at 8:53 pm

Very surprised that Gavin’s ex girlfriend, current VP Kammy is not bailing him out.

southern commenter | March 17, 2021 at 3:23 am

Can you believe how conceited this clown is? As conceited as Ester Whitmer and Andy Cumo.

Is an “anti-mask extremist” the same order of evil as a “climate denier”?