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When is the Newsom recall election? Maybe sooner than you think

Original post made on Jun 10, 2021

The date of California's recall election still is not set, but voters may decide the governor's fate closer to Labor Day than November.

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Posted by D
a resident of Danville
on Jun 10, 2021 at 4:48 pm

D is a registered user.

Put aside the fact that he admitted committing adultery with the wife of one of his best friends. Put aside the fact that he claimed "alcoholism" was to blame for his actions, but he still admits drinking but only "socially". Put aside the fact that he shut down the entire state, long after it was necessary, forcing many small businesses and restaurants to go out of business, but then was caught breaking his own rules dining with a lobbyist at the French Laundry restaurant. Put aside any differences with his political agenda that favors the rights of criminals over crime victims, and encourages people to not work and collect more in welfare benefits than if they were employed. Put aside his huge increase in taxes, huge increase in regulations and desire to take more money out of your hard earned paycheck for his special interest projects that only benefit his few select groups.

If you can put aside all those factual things, than vote for him in the recall. If not, please literally vote for anyone else, whether Democrat, Republican, or Independent.

Posted by Malcolm Hex
a resident of San Ramon
on Jun 16, 2021 at 10:21 pm

Malcolm Hex is a registered user.

Also, don’t forget that Newsom said the following when COVID started:

“We project that roughly 56 percent of our (California) population - 25.5 million people - will be infected with the virus over an eight-week period.”

What an ass. He scared a lot of people with that stupid comment.

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