‘Recall Newsom’ Signatures Number Nearly Two Million

March 17, 2021

It’s the same ole tactic. When you can’t attack the message, attack the messenger.

California voters have had it! They have moved forward and surpassed the number of needed signatures to place a ‘Recall Gavin Newsom‘ on the ballot.

Newsom called these organizers ‘fringe conspiracy theorists,‘ but what does being a ‘fringe conspiracy theorist,‘ have to do with California residents not wanting Newsom in power anymore? Patriots have wised up and are no longer intimidated by diversionary tactics.

A sampling of verified signatures declared one-third of recall votes are do not come from Republicans. Are these non-Republicans fringe conspiracy theorists, too?

When Americans have been wronged, no matter partylines, race or creed, in the name of freedom, we will band together, find common ground, and unify. 

Might this be what corrupt governors and mayors are afraid of? Yes, indeed!

Opinion: C-VINE Contributor

California Governor Newsom ‘Worried’
About Recall Effort

California Governor Gavin Newsom speaks at California State University Long Beach, in Long Beach, Calif., on March 3, 2021. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)

March 17, 2021, Updated: March 17, 2021

California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday said he’s concerned about the campaign to oust him from office.

“Am I worried about it? Of course, I’m worried about it,” Newsom, a Democrat in his first term, said during an appearance on ABC’s “The View.”

“The nature of these things, the up or down question, the zero-sum nature of the question is challenging, it’s vexing. And, so, we’re taking it seriously,” he added.

Organizers announced earlier this month that they’d accumulated nearly 2 million signatures ahead of the March 17 deadline. They only need 1.495 million verified signatures to place the recall on a ballot.

Newsom vowed to fight for his political survival and attempted to paint the recall organizers as fringe conspiracy theorists.

“The chief proponent of this and, forgive me, this is just objective truth, that chief proponent of this recall petition supports putting microchips into migrants into immigrants. The other proponents, the chief, the top 10, proponents of people that are behind this are members of the three percenters, the right-wing militia group, the Proud Boys— supported the insurrection—are folks that quite literally, enthusiastically support QAnon and conspiracies, so that’s the origin here,” he said.

Newsom also insinuated that supporters of former President Donald Trump largely made up signers of the recall petition.

Organizers told reporters on March 7 that an internal study done on a sample of about 20,000 signatures showed that 31.5 percent of the signers were not Republican, and prominent Democrats have publicly backed the movement.

Epoch Times Photo
Volunteers sort recall mail to oust California Governor Gavin Newsom at Capital Campaigns Incorporated in Newport Beach, Calif., on Jan 4, 2021. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)

Supporters include “people from all walks of life,” Mike Netter, a Recall Gavin Newsom proponent, said at the time.

“People are coming across the aisle, and from the entire political spectrum to work on this movement, because they feel so strongly about the direction California has been going for the last several decades, and they know that California is in desperate need of a course correction,” he added.

Organizers said people are upset about Newsom’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, rising housing costs, and failing schools.

What rankled some Californians was how Newsom urged them to stay home while attending a friend’s birthday dinner at the French Laundry. Photographs show the dinner taking place indoors, though the governor’s office has alleged there were sliding doors in one of the walls.

“That was a terrible mistake. It was a friend’s 50th birthday. There were too many people at the table at the end of the day, I own that. And I’m going to be held to account for that,” Newsom told “The View.”

He also defended the harsh restrictions he’s imposed during the pandemic when it was pointed out that California and Florida have nearly identical COVID-19 case rates despite the latter having far fewer rules.

“Let’s be just candid about this, Florida and California [are] very different in every way, shape, or form in this respect. Most importantly, the issue of density is profoundly significant as it relates to the disease spread, the disease burden, particularly multi-generational households. And density, just consider L.A. alone—its density is seven times greater than that of Miami,” he said.

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