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Newsom recall proponents probably are lying about their numbers — and will scream ‘fraud!’ when they fail

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The usual suspects gather petition signatures to try to trigger a recall election that would oust Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom. But while California’s Repugnicans are loud and obnoxious, not even a full one-fourth of the state’s registered voters are Repugnicans, and a snowball has a better chance in hell than they have of seeing Newsom ejected and replaced by a Repugnican.

The corporately owned and controlled “news” media apparently want California Gov. Gavin Newsom to be recalled. Why? It’s wonderful sociopolitical conflict that could drag on for months, and the irony of the governor of the nation’s largest blue state being booted and replaced by a Repugnican (not going to happen!) is great click bait and helps ratings, and thus is good for the media’s profiteering.

But, alas, the math apparently just isn’t there for the Newsom recall proponents.

Newsweek is an excellent example of misreporting on this issue — whether it’s journalistic incompetence or intentional misrepresentation I’m not sure, but Newsweek has gone downhill over the past many years (since The Washington Post Company cut it loose in 2010), nonetheless.

Newsweek, in a recent piece titled “Gavin Newsom Edges Toward Recall as Officials Accept More Than 80 Percent of Signatures,” focuses on the fact that the Newsom recall proponents thus far have had a high rate of recall petition signatures accepted as valid.

The proponents have done well with their signature validity rate thus far — the California Secretary of State’s office reports that of those signatures put under the verification process thus far, 83.7 percent of them have been deemed valid, a comparatively high validity rate for such a petition. (For their signatures to be declared valid, the recall-election signatories have to be registered to vote at the residential address that they provide on the recall petition, and their signature on the petition must match their voter registration signature.)

But it’s not your validity rate that gets your recall effort on the ballot — it’s getting the number of required valid signatures that gets your recall effort on the ballot. (Fucking duh…)

Despite the Newsom recall effort’s bad website claiming (as I type this sentence) that the recall proponents have obtained “more than 1.6 million signed petitions,” per the state’s secretary of state’s office, the proponents had submitted only 1,094,457 raw (that is, unverified) signatures as of February 5.

I believe that the recall proponents have been lying for some time about the number of raw signatures that they have obtained. Why? Probably to give the false impression that they’re doing significantly better than they are (no one wants to back a losing effort, right?) — and, of course, to get money. Indeed, apparently based upon the recall proponents’ apparent chronic lying about their rate of success in obtaining the necessary signatures, the Repugnican National Committee earlier this month gave the recall effort $250,000 and the state Repugnican Party gave it $125,000.

Let’s continue with the math. For making the math easier, we’ll round up the recall proponents’ validity rate to 84 percent. So if 84 percent of the signatures from here on out remain valid, that means that 16 percent of the signatures from here on out will be declared invalid.

So, to get their number of valid signatures, the recall proponents need an amount of raw signatures equaling 1.16 times the total number of valid signatures that they need (to make up for the deficit caused by the invalid signatures).

They need 1,495,709 valid signatures to get their recall election; 1,495,709 times 1.16 is 1,735,022. So they’d need about that many raw (unverified) signatures to ensure that in the end they get the required number of valid signatures.

But, again, as of February 5, they had obtained only 1,094,457 raw signatures, per the state secretary of state’s office. Think about this: From June 10, when they first started gathering signatures, through February 5 — that’s more than seven and a half months (and almost eight months) — they were able to gather only 1,094,457 raw signatures. Yet between February 5 and their deadline of March 17, they’re going to get the remaining 640,565 signatures that they need?

That’s pretty fucking unlikely, in my book.

Why? For two reasons.

One, again, look how long it took them to get 1,094,457 signatures (almost eight months), yet in the not even full month and half between February 5 and March 17 they’re going to get the rest (again, 640,565 of them)?

Two, the lion’s share of the bat-shit crazy, Pussygrabberian Repugnicans in California (all of whom have Newsom Derangement Syndrome) already have signed a recall petition, I’m sure; the recall ringleaders already have obtained the low-hanging fruit, I’m sure, and after almost eight months, they were able to obtain only 63 percent of the 1,735,022 signatures that they need.

Again, I believe that the recall proponents have been lying for some time now about how many recall-petition signatures they have collected. Their website now says they have collected more than 1.6 million signatures, but for several weeks now the website has reported that they’ve collected more than 1.3 million signatures. (That figure reported on their website’s home page kept going up: first it was more than 1.3 million, then more than 1.4 million, then more than 1.5 million, and today, more than 1.6 million. Yet as of February 5 they didn’t have even 1.1 million raw signatures, per the secretary of state’s office.)

Unless the recall proponents, for whatever reason(s), have been sitting on hundreds of thousands of signatures until their final March 17 deadline, there is no fucking way that they haven’t been blatantly lying about their numbers for at least several weeks now.

If you feel that you have to lie like this, then you probably know that you’re probably going to lose.

Of course, being Pussygrabberians, I fully expect the recall proponents to falsely claim, when it’s finally announced that they didn’t get their required number of valid signatures to trigger a gubernatorial recall election, that no, they actually did — and that it’s only because of “fraud” that their Repugnican pipe dream, their little Repugnican vanity project that is the effort to recall Newsom, failed miserably, just as Pussygrabberism failed miserably.

Yes, they’ll scream “fraud!” It’s quite predictable.

Never mind that California is an overwhelmingly blue state, with 46 percent of its voters registered as Democrats to only 24 percent of them registered as Repugnicans, and that Gavin Newsom in November 2018 beat his pathetic Repugnican challenger 62 percent to 38 percent, and that in November 2020, Joe Biden beat Pussygabber in California 64 percent to 34 percent.

Never mind that the central issue that the Repugnicans are trying to use to take Newsom down — the novel coronavirus pandemic — raged unabated under former “President” Pussygrabber (the U.S. death toll now is just a few thousand shy of 500,000), and that without any real leadership in a national crisis from a so-called president, any state’s governor is limited in how much he or she can do (which every Californian voter with at least two brain cells to rub together knows).

Never mind that even if we’re going to try to blame the novel coronavirus pandemic on Gavin Newsom, the daily new cases of and the daily deaths from COVID-19 are falling quickly both nationally and in California. Here are the latest graphs with California’s numbers from the California Department of Public Health:

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The Repugnicans — always willing to put a good crisis to use for their own personal and political gain, just like their Nazi forebears — could try to use COVID-19 against Newsom only as long as COVID-19 was worsening. That’s not the case now. And, of course, it’s awfully ironic that the very same set of anti-science, “freedom!”-screaming assholes who refuse to wear face masks in public and to follow other common-sense COVID-19 prevention measures would then pretend that they care so much about stopping the pandemic.

And it’s also ironic that, according to the Newsom recall proponents’ “thinking,” the voters of California are going to turn over the governorship of the state to the very same batch of Pussygrabberian brain-damaged flying monkeys who just last month attacked the U.S. Capitol in a treasonous effort to try to reverse the decisive results of the 2020 presidential election.

No, you see; despite all of this, if it’s officially declared — as it probably will be — that the Newsom recall proponents didn’t get their state-constitutionally required number of signatures to get their little recall election, the only possible explanation could be “fraud!”

Oh, well; let the fucktarded, wingnutty traitors have their little fucking tantrum.

It didn’t change the results of the 2020 presidential election, and it won’t get them their little recall election.

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Pussygrabber lost bigly in the more important court: the court of public opinion

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Then-“President” Pussygrabber celebrates his first bullshit acquittal by the U.S. Senate a year ago. Sure, he got his two acquittals from the wildly partisan “jurors” of the U.S. Senate — and the 67-vote requirement for a conviction in the Senate is ridiculously high — but in so doing, he lost his party the White House, the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives, and has set the party on a downward spiral from which it may or may never recover. Talk about your pyrrhic “victories.” (Hey, Repugnicans: Has it been worth it?)

“No, Trump wasn’t convicted,” writes the Washington Post’s Aaron Blake. “But [yesterday] he suffered the most bipartisan vote ever in favor of convicting a president at an impeachment trial — and one of the most significant rebukes of a president in American history. That’s hardly nothing.”

I wholeheartedly agree.

Virtually no one actually had thought that 67 U.S. senators, in a 50-50 U.S. Senate, would convict former “President” Pussygrabber for his treasonous incitement of seditious insurrection in Washington, D.C., on January 6, even though his crimes were broadcast all over the world in real time. But it was worth it to follow through with the impeachment and the “trial” in the Senate for at least a few reasons.*

First and foremost, had there been no consequences for what the treasonous Pussygrabber did on January 6 (and in the months [and in even the years] before it, which calculatingly built up to it), that would have given any future fascist (such as, say, Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio) the green light to try to repeat what Pussygrabber pulled on January 6 — only maybe (more) successfully next time.

But even though Pussygrabber was “acquitted,” a strong majority of the Senate (57 senators) did find him guilty as charged. And despite the wholly predictable bullshit technical “acquittal,” the “trial” in the Senate was politically devastating not only for Pussygrabber, but for the Repugnican Party.

The Repugnican Party had been counting on the events of January 6 being quietly swept entirely under the rug; usually the Repugnicans can count on getting off scot-free for their treason and other political crimes and their dereliction of duty to the American people, but not this time.

Indeed, it’s already being widely reported — such as here and here — that tens of thousands of registered voters already have left the Repugnican Party. (If that doesn’t sound like all that many voters to you, keep in mind that in November, Joe Biden won the pivotal states of Georgia, Arizona and Wisconsin — and their critical electoral votes — by a combined total of not even 50,000 votes.) Time will tell how many in all end up leaving the Repugnican Party (of course most of the Repugnicans fleeing the party become independents, not Democrats, by the way), but I’d say that at least for the time being, the Repugnican Party is in the shitter, and that except among Pussygrabber’s mouth-breathing, knuckle-dragging die-hard supporters, being aligned with Pussygrabberism makes you widely socially undesirable.

Most of the damage done to the Repugnican Party is, I think, invisible. Yes, under Pussygrabber, the Repugnicans lost first the U.S. House of Representatives, then the White House, and then the U.S. Senate. And yes, yesterday the largest bipartisan group of U.S. senators in U.S. history — and a clear majority of them — voted to convict a (former) “president” of an impeachment charge.

Those were all quite visible things, but invisibly are the millions of American voters who have soured on the Repugnican Party, mostly moderate Repugnicans and independents. Even many if not even most of those who still are Pussygrabberian true believers might keep their stupid fucking mouths shut in polite company in the current national political climate, in which newly minted President Joe Biden’s approval rating already is higher than Pussygrabber’s ever was at any point in his long national nightmare of a “presidency.” (Gallup, for example, put Biden’s initial approval rating at 57 percent — while the best that Pussygrabber ever got in a Gallup poll was 49 percent.)

It’s too early to say with certainty what the fate of the Repugnican Party will be, but I could see a self-reinforcing downward spiral, a death spiral, ultimately destroying the party. If fewer and fewer people are willing to openly admit being a Repugnican because they don’t want to be pariahs, the number of Repugnicans could diminish rapidly — and exponentially, in the best-case scenario.

We’ll see.

One thing that is predictable is that Pussygrabber’s political career is over. Even if a state or federal court of law never convicts him of one or more of his many felonies and he doesn’t die behind bars — which is the minimum punishment that he deserves for his treason and other crimes against the nation (indeed, he never was a president, but only ever was a mob boss in chief) — he’ll never be “president” again. Even if he were decades younger than his 74 years, he’d never sit behind the big desk in the Oval Office again.

I mean, fuck, first, he lost the popular vote in 2016 by almost 3 million votes. He never was legitimately the president in the first fucking place, in my book, as the majority of American voters did not vote for him. Then, as “president,” his approval rating (among reputable, unbiased polling outfits) never hit even 50 percent. Then, he lost the popular vote again, in 2020, only this time by more than twice as much as he’d lost it in 2016.

(And, again, under his watch, despite his previous promises about so much “winning,”** his party lost the U.S. House of Representatives in the election of November 2018, lost the White House in the election of November 2020, and lost control of the U.S. Senate in the election for the two Senate seats for Georgia early last month, a day before Pussygrabber’s band of flying brain-dead monkeys attacked the U.S. Capitol.)

If Pussygrabber 2024 is the best that the Repugnican Party could do in 2024, then I’d say that you safely can stick a fork in the Repugnican Party, because it’s fucking done.

And of course in order to try to stay in power, Pussygrabber only ultimately could try to resort to violent sedition — committed by others, of course; Pussygrabber’s entire biography is one of inducing others to do his dirty work for him — and then suffering the consequences for his felonious, treasonous, precious baby-boomer ass.

A clear majority of the American people reject Pussygrabberism, and the only way for a politically unpopular individual to try to stay in power is to employ the tactics of a dictator — such as to claim, well in advance of an election, that the only way that he could lose the election would be if the election were rigged, so that then, of course, if the fascist does lose the election, of course he will claim that it was rigged. (In other words, it’s impossible for the fascist to lose an election at all, you see. And we’re all just supposed to believe that just because he keeps claiming that.)

I’m not sure that it entirely has sunk into the national consciousness yet, but because he lost yet another presidential election, “President” Pussygrabber tried to stay in power via a coup — a first in U.S. history. Thankfully, Pussygrabber is a fucking moron with the attention span of a gnat on crack, and thankfully, on January 6 he had the support of only basement-dwelling incels who wear animal skins.

Still, it’s the thought that counts — a lame-ass coup attempt is still a coup attempt — and history, and we, the American people, never will forget.

*I only can put the word “trial” in quotation marks because of course you can’t have a fair and impartial criminal trial of a Repugnican “president” (current or former) in the U.S. Senate. In a federal court of law, in which half of the jurors were not sitting Repugnican U.S. senators, Pussygrabber would have been found guilty on the charge of incitement of insurrection, I’m confident.

Again, the events of January 6 played out live in real time for all of the world to see, yet of course 43 of the 50 Repugnicans in the U.S. Senate let Pussygrabber off of the hook — because they’re fucking traitors, just like he is.

I hope that many of those 43 Repugnican traitors (that’s pretty much redundant) lose their next election, in huge part because of the cowardice and the treason that they displayed yesterday, putting their fealty to the failed fascist former “President” Pussygrabber far above the best interests of the United States of America.

**In May 2016, Pussygrabber publicly proclaimed on the campaign trail: “We’re going to win. We’re going to win so much. We’re going to win at trade, we’re going to win at the border. We’re going to win so much, you’re going to be so sick and tired of winning, you’re going to come to me and go, ‘Please, please, we can’t win anymore.’ You’ve heard this one. You’ll say ‘Please, Mr. President, we beg you sir, we don’t want to win anymore. It’s too much. It’s not fair to everybody else.’ And I’m going to say ‘I’m sorry, but we’re going to keep winning, winning, winning; we’re going to make America great again.”

How’s all that “winning” going? Just how did the “project” to “make America great again” go?

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Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom probably is going nowhere

Updated below (on February 11, 2021):

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom, pictured above in Los Angeles in December 2020, might be thinking, “You’re going to save my political ass, little vial!”

“President” Pussygrabber finally is gone (good fucking riddance!), so we have to get our overfill of political drama elsewhere these days.

Marjorie Taylor Greene is loads of fun, but really, with her level of clinical cray-cray, there’s only so much entertainment value there; it exhausts itself rather quickly, as there’s not much more beyond, Yeah, she’s a fucking lunatic barking at the moon, but there’s nothing more to see here, so move along now…

Juicier, at least here in California, is the chatter about a possible recall election against Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Full disclosure: I voted for Newsom in 2018. Yes, he’s a bit slick, and no, I’m not wild that he comes from aristocrats, but was he the best candidate for governor that California could cough up? Probably. So I voted for him.

Then along comes the novel coronavirus pandemic, in the beginning of Newsom’s second year as governor. Unfair, but it is what it is.

Has Newsom made some missteps in handling the COVID-19 pandemic? Yes. That said, it’s quite the fucking tightrope to walk, with public-health concerns on one hand and on the other a business community that is in the minority but is vocal and has some money and some power.

Add to that the anti-maskers and the anti-vaxxers — the same death-cult members who demand the “freedom” to infect others with a potentially lethal virus and/but who at the same time demand that we change absolutely nothing about how we go about our daily business — and yeah, fun!

Could anyone else have done a significantly better job managing the pandemic in California than Newsom has done? No, I fucking doubt it.

This is a once-in-a-century pandemic and we’re still undergoing a slow nationwide vaccination campaign, which is mostly out of Newsom’s hands. That and even once we finally get a vaccine in most people’s arms, there’s nothing to stop us from having to do this all over again with a new strain or strains of the novel coronavirus. (Or, yet another virus, such as the flu virus, can mutate into something much more lethal than we’ve seen in a century. Or we even could have more than one kind of lethal virus out in the public at the same time.)

So while it’s fun and easy to blame all of this on Newsom if you’re a Californian (and even if you’re not), if you do that, you have your fucking head up your ass.

Especially if you think that a Repugnican governor would do a better job than Newsom is doing — especially after we just watched Repugnican “President” Pussygrabber do next to fucking nothing about COVID-19, because it was inconvenient to his “re”-election campaign. (COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. now exceed 441,000.)

Let’s travel a bit back in time for a moment: In 2003, in a circus-like environment, former Democratic California Gov. Gray Davis was ousted in a gubernatorial recall election and replaced by Repugnican Arnold “Baby Daddy” Schwarzenegger as governor.

People are comparing 2003 to today, but that’s comparing apples to pineapples.

Gray Davis had won a second term as governor in 2002 by only about 5 percentage points over his Repugnican opponent Bill Simon, whose campaign had been a bumbling disaster. Still, Simon still did as well as he did, and so California’s Repugnicans smelled Davis’ blood in the water.

They then used the Enron fiasco, in which Californians were issued sky-high electricity bills and experienced rolling blackouts, as their excuse to boot Davis. Even in his capacity as governor Davis could have done little to nothing about the Enron fiasco, in which Schwarzenegger very apparently participated — only to then replace Davis as governor. (Interesting how that worked out, that Schwarzenegger had met with Enron’s felonious Ken Lay during the manufactured electricity crisis and then later ran to replace Davis as governor, using that manufactured crisis as the “reason” that Davis should go and he should replace him.)

Like the Nazi Party, the Repugnicans love to put a good crisis to good personal and political use (as Schwarzenegger sure the fuck did, even though he distances himself from his father’s Nazism today) — and a good crisis (like the novel coronavirus pandemic) is about the only way that the Repugnicans could win a statewide election in California, 46 percent of whose registered voters are Democrats, only 24 percent of whom are Repugnicans, and 24 percent are independents.

Take a look at two recent statewide elections in California: Newsom won office in November 2018 with 62 percent of the vote to his Repugnican challenger’s paltry 38 percent. And President Joe Biden in November 2020 won California with 63.5 percent of the vote to Pussygrabber’s pathetic 34.3 percent.

Does California really look like it’s just itching to have a Repugnican as its governor?

That said, Newsom’s approval rating has dropped in the wake of COVID-19. One recent poll put his approval rating at 46 percent (again, 46 percent of the state’s registered voters are Democrats, so I think that about 46 percent of California’s voters are Newsom’s base, those who aren’t going to abandon him) and another recent poll put Newsom’s approval rating at 52 percent.

Thing is, it’s COVID-19 fatigue that’s driving Californians to sour on Newsom, but over time, we should see some significant, perhaps even dramatic, improvements in the pandemic, as more and more people are vaccinated. (Only if mutations of the virus enable it to continually defeat the already-developed vaccines, it seems to me, might this thing be more protracted that we might have thought initially, after the initial announcements of the successful development of vaccines.)

In fact, in California we’re already seeing a dramatic drop in new COVID-19 cases. The state’s public-health department’s data show that while daily new cases were in the 40,000s and even the 50,000s just last month, right now they’re in the 20,000s and below. Here is a screenshot of the state’s data from today:

Yes, daily deaths in California are increasing, but obviously those are from people who were infected a little while ago, most of them probably during the holidays, when they failed to keep precautions (indeed, the graph on the left shows that the spike in new cases occurred during the holidays). As new cases plummet, the deaths also will plummet, after a lag time, obviously.

So a crisis is good for the Repugnicans only for as long as it persists, and I’m thinking that even if the proponents of recalling Newsom obtain their necessary 1.5 million valid signatures of registered California voters by their March 17 deadline — if I had to bet money on it, I’d bet that they won’t obtain that many valid signatures — by the time that the gubernatorial election came around, already we’d have seen significant to even dramatic improvement in the novel coronavirus pandemic in California (and nationwide).

Indeed, pundits think that if the Newsom recall election happens, it might not be until November or December of this year. Even the recall proponents (probably optimistically) think that the election would be in August or September.

Even by August, if the current trend of plummeting new cases of COVID-19 in California continues, Newsom’s political fortunes should have seen a remarkable turnaround, since his political problems now are due mostly to the ongoing pandemic.

So will Newsom be recalled?

Given the numbers — the number of registered Democrats vs. registered Repugnicans in the state, how well Newsom did in 2018 and how well Biden just did in California in November, and given the current COVID-19 pandemic trajectory that suggests that it’s entirely possible that California will be fully (or at least significantly) opened again by the time that a gubernatorial recall election even could occur — I think fucking not.

Nice try, though, Repugnicans, to try to force another gubernatorial do-over election in a state in which your party is so unfuckingpopular that not even fully one-fourth of its voters are registered with it.

P.S. On that note, the attempt to recall Newsom began well before The Events of January 6, in which the nation and the world watched, in real time, Pussygrabber’s band of treasonous flying brain-dead monkeys attack the U.S. Capitol to try to reverse the outcome of a decisive presidential election, for fucking fuck’s sake.

The Repugnican brand is in the shitter these days, especially here in California.

Those Repugnicans who think that they actually can take the governorship of California again any year soon are as delusional as is their fellow “patriot” Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Update (February 11, 2021):

Fivethirtyeight.com yesterday posted its analysis of a potential Newsom recall election in a piece titled “California’s Gavin Newsom Will Likely Face a Recall Election — But He’ll Probably Survive It.”

The piece makes many of the same arguments that I did, but does add that in 2003 in California, when former Gov. Gray Davis was recalled, Repugnican voters made up 35 percent of the state’s electorate, compared to only 24 percent of the state’s electorate today — and Democratic voters made up 44 percent in 2003, but are at 46 percent today.

Indeed, the Repugnicans have lost a lot of ground in the state over the past many years, and for that and other reasons, the state’s political landscape today is not what it was back in 2003.

I differ with fivethirtyeight.com in that I, for at least one, haven’t bought into the widespread claim that yes, this recall election probably going to happen.

The recall proponents have been widely, loudly publicizing their claim that they’ve already reached, first, more than 1.3 million signatures, and now, more than 1.4 million signatures, but thus far, the state’s secretary of state’s office has reported not even a half-million verified-valid signatures — and the recall proponents need just shy of 1.5 million verified-valid signatures by March 17.

I don’t automatically believe the very same group of people who have supported former “President” Pussygrabber, QAnon & Co. that they’re on track to get their required 1.5 million verified-valid signatures. They’ve always been nothing but a pack of pathologically lying sociopaths and traitors.

I’ll believe that they got their required signatures only when/if I see it, officially, from the state’s secretary of state’s office.

But the recall proponents have been effective in getting their batshit-crazy right-wing propaganda out there, and believed by many (including, apparently, fivethirtyeight.com); as I noted, the twice-impeached one-termer former “President” Pussygrabber has left a political vacuum, and Newsom has been a convenient target for the Repugnicans to try to get their “revenge.”

I put the chances of the Newsom recall election happening — because the necessary number of verified-valid signatures are gathered by the March 17 deadline — at no more than around 40 percent to 45 percent. Should the recall election happen, I put the chances of Newsom being booted at no more than about 20 percent to 25 percent (and even then, that would have to be with no significant improvement in the novel coronavirus pandemic by the time the recall election happened).

If the Newsom recall does happen, it very probably won’t remove Newsom, but it will waste millions in tax dollars (which the Repugnicans claim they are against) — and only for a Repugnican vanity project — and it will just create even more political drama, as though 2020, which still is spilling over into this year, weren’t enough.

P.S. Here is the graph from the California Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 dashboard from today:

Note that the number of daily new cases of COVID-19 in the state continue to fall dramatically, and that the daily deaths from COVID-19 in the state also are dropping.

As the recall effort fairly hinges on COVID-19, this direction in the pandemic is good for Newsom (and good for the populace of California) and bad for the recall proponents — who, if they manage to get their recall election, will be publicly exposed as the same-old familiar right-wing extremists that they are.

The recall proponents are of the very same ilk of those who treasonously attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6 — yet they’d actually have us Californians believe that they’re here to save us. And they think that they’re going to conquer California.

Oh, hell no.

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