They Fear Him: LA Times Posts Trash Column Claiming “Larry Elder is the Black Face of White Supremacy”
All signs pointing to fact Governor Gavin Newsom is in deep, deep trouble.
There is a multitude of signs that the recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom may not only be successful, but also result in the election of conservative pundit Larry Elder as the new governor.
To begin with, Team Newsom has clearly identified Elder as the biggest threat. In classic progressive style, the Lost Angeles Times has published an odious column by Erika D. Smith entitled “Larry Elder is the Black face of white supremacy. You’ve been warned.”
It is a dreadfully written, vile, and racist piece of work.
….Abdullah of Black Lives Matter: “Anytime you put a Black face on white supremacy, which is what Larry Elder is, there are people who will utilize that as an opportunity to deny white supremacy. They say, ‘How could this be white supremacy? This is a Black man.’ But everything that he’s pushing, everything that he stands for, he is advancing white supremacy.”
Black people know better than anyone how dangerous Elder is. He is the OG troll that no one was supposed to feed. But here we are.
Newsom hasn’t been perfect. It took far too long for the state to roll out COVID-19 tests and vaccines equitably. And if hundreds of thousands of Californians weren’t still waiting on their unemployment checks, the level of fraud and mismanagement of the Employment Development Department would almost be comical.
Elder clearly is unfazed by Smith’s assertions.
In today’s LA Times.
You’ve got to be real scared and desperate to play the race card against the brother from South Central. pic.twitter.com/pqZIujKxPD
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) August 20, 2021
And there are indications the move isn’t panning out as hoped:
I need to go to mailbox and see if I got my ballot. I don’t care if he’s got a body in the freezer, I’m voting Newsom out and Elder probably has the best chance of winning.
— Mary Fernandez 🏁💚🤍💜 #SOSCuba #MMIW #GC (@MaryFernandez) August 21, 2021
A day or two earlier, the California media was trying to scare people away from Elder by publishing the claims of “brandishing a gun” made by his ex-fiancee Alexandra Datig.
She said her argument with Elder happened in their bedroom in February 2015 after they had broken up but were still living and working together.
Elder was angry, walked up to his nightstand and pulled one of the drawers open, she said.
“He reached in for his .45 revolver,” she said. “He opened the chamber to see if all the bullets were in it. He made sure that was in my view and he put the gun back into the drawer.”
Datig said that he did not point the gun at her. Instead, she called the act an expression of “silent scorn and anger.”
Again, Elder was undisturbed and is keeping focused on the issues.
I have never brandished a gun at anyone. I grew up in South Central; I know exactly how destructive this type of behavior is. It’s not me, and everyone who knows me knows it’s not me. These are salacious allegations. (1/3)
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) August 19, 2021
While my opponents and the Newsom campaign would love to keep voters distracted, I am going to stay focused on the issues that inspired 1.7 million Californians to petition for this recall. (3/3)
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) August 19, 2021
There are also other hints that Democrats are very worried about the outcome of September 14’s election. You may recall that I recently reported YouTube millionaire and “centrist Democrat” Kevin Paffrath was being touted by the media as a possible choice option for people who want Newsom gone. Here is what appeared in my text messages yesterday…claims that Paffrath is a “JFK Democrat”.
To round out this recall update, I would be remiss if I did not discuss fellow California voter Amy Rose Cox. In a viral video, she showed how two holes on the envelope, near the signature panel, could show that a voter had marked “yes” on the first question, which asks whether Newsom should be recalled and removed, depending on how the ballot is folded.
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) August 19, 2021
Being the scientists I am, I tried the same actions and got a different result.
However, what Cox does show is that Californians are on high-alert for fraud.
Finally, Newsom may have sealed his doom by inviting Kamala Harris to campaign for him.
… Kamala Harris is expected to make a trip to California in support of Governor Gavin Newsom ahead of the state’s gubernatorial recall election next month, Newsom’s campaign announced Friday.
Newsom, a Democrat, is fighting to stay in office after a recall effort qualified for a ballot earlier this year. Next month’s recall election, scheduled to take place on September 14, will determine whether voters want Newsom to remain in office for the remainder of his term.
“I am excited to join my friend and our Vice President next week,” Newsom said in a Friday news release. “The stakes of this election couldn’t be higher.”
Between Harris’ inept handling of the border, the Afghanistan debacle, and her cackle, there may be another surge in recall enthusiasm leading into September 14.DONATE
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