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Governor Newsom Wins Recall Election in CA
Governor Newsom Wins Recall Election in CA

Governor Newsom Wins Recall Election in CA

The GOP recall effort in California went down in flames this week with Governor Gavin Newsom easily surviving 64-36 but at least Larry Elder raised over $18 million and Caitlyn Jenner got to go all over Fox News!

From NBC News, “Newsom cruises to victory in recall election, will stay in office, NBC News projects”:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom staved off an attempt to remove him from office Tuesday, prevailing in the state’s unusual recall election, NBC News projects.

[…] The recall election asked voters whether Newsom should be removed — “yes” or “no” — and gave voters who wanted him ousted the choice of 46 alternatives.

Newsom thanked California voters for keeping him in office.

“We said yes to science. We said yes to vaccines,” Newsom said in brief remarks at a news conference. “We said yes to ending his pandemic. We said yes to people’s right to vote without fear. We said yes to women’s constitutional right to decide.”

[…] “Let’s be gracious in defeat,” [Larry] Elder told his supporters Tuesday night after they booed when he mentioned Newsom. “We may have lost the battle, but we are going to win the war.”

The SF Chronicle reported last week that Elder raised more than $18.3 million as part of the recall effort.

Elder and his GOP-backers profited off this scheme whereas conservatives just got taken for a ride.

Elder had plans to run a “Stop The Steal” grift but got cockblocked by the media. The website was just a page shilling for donations.

Not only is he profiting off this scam but he’s discrediting the idea there’s widespread voter fraud. Are conservatives ever going to wake up to the fact they’re simply being fleeced?


Disappearing Votes

While CNN provided live coverage of the California Recall election for Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom, Americans at home noticed that over 350,000 “Yes” votes suddenly disappeared from the vote count.

351,000 “Yes” votes suddenly disappeared from the vote count while CNN was doing live coverage of the California Recall election for Governor Gavin Newsom, a new video, originally reported by Gateway Pundit, shows.

In the middle of the CNN coverage, the “Yes” vote count was 2,225,915, in favor of removing Governor Newsom. Then, all of a sudden, the “Yes” vote count dropped to 1,874,296 in an instant. However, Americans at home noticed the phenomena and posted videos about it online.

“This happened during the 2020 presidential election too. Notice, it ALWAYS only affects Trump supporters and Republicans. Must be a coincidence, right?” reported Gateway Pundit.

National File Senior Reporter Patrick Howley had previously reported on the massive evidence of voting problems that had already been pouring out from the California recall election, in which Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom could have faced expulsion from office. Republican Candidate Larry Elder was the leading candidate to replace Newsom if a majority of voters had cast their ballot to send Newsom packing. But the massive voting problems have now led to intense scrutiny of the legitimacy of the election. Some voters showed up at the polls and were told that they had already voted in the election when they hadn’t.

Republicans find out they already voted

In one particularly alarming case, National File reported on the 300 California Recall mail-In ballots found in the vehicle of a passed out felon in late August. The Torrance Police department announced that upwards of 300 California recall election ballots were discovered in the vehicle. “The two questions are: How did the ballots end up in his car, and what was his intent with those ballots?” said Torrance Police department spokesman Sgt. Mark Ponegalek.

In another instance, one man was even caught on tape dropping off ballots at a California ballot box for the gubernatorial recall election and admitting that he put in “three” ballots and that he “voted no three times,” as National File reported. “I’m putting in three but I’m not ballot harvesting,” the man said. “I voted no three times,” the man added, referring to the California gubernatorial recall election. “No” represents a vote against the recall of Gavin Newsom — thus, the man voted for Newsom three times, according to his statement. He also said that he broke his Xerox machine.

Ahead of the recall election, security videos were making rounds online depicting a “huge pile” of US Postal Service mail being dumped from a rental truck near Serobian’s spa in California. “The report comes as some worry about mail-in ballots ahead of November’s election, as well as the Postal Service seeing mail delays in California. Democrats have pushed for mail-in ballots to be utilized this election, citing coronavirus fears. President Trump, however, has said that voting by mail is open to corruption and a delay in the final tally,” reported the Washington Examiner.

As all the evidence of election fraud continued to mount prior to the Recall election, President Trump predicted that it would be rigged in favor of Governor Newsom. “People don’t realize that, despite the Rigged voting in California (I call it the “Swarming Ballots”), I got 1.5 Million more votes in 2020 than I did in 2016,” wrote President Trump. “The place is so Rigged, however, that a guy who can’t even bring water into their State, which I got federal approval to do (that is the hard part), will probably win.”

President Trump added, “Billions of gallons of water coming to California from the North is being sent out to sea, rather than being spread throughout the State. This is to protect the tiny delta smelt, which is doing far worse now without the water. In any event, it all doesn’t matter because the California Election is totally Rigged. Many people are already complaining that when they go to vote they are told, ‘I’m sorry, you already voted’ (Just like 2020, among many other things). They then leave angry, but fortunately, even the Fake News Media has been reporting it.”

Ultimately, official results say that 63.9% of voters wanted to keep Newsom, amounting to 5,840,283 votes, while 36.1% voted to recall him, amounting to 3,297,145 votes.