Rose McGowan Calls On America to Rise Up and Reject the 'Evil' Democrat 'Cult'
'Put a stake in the heart of evil' and stop feeding power to 'the elites'
Activist Rose McGowan has called on America to rise up and "put a stake in the heart of evil" by rejecting Democrats and their "cult" that feeds the corrupt elite.
Declaring during a Sunday press conference that she is no longer a "Hollywood Democrat," McGowan likened the Democratic Party to "gangrene on the leg" of America before urging citizens to stop "electing that" and "run free."
"Why not change?" McGowan asked during the joint presser with Republican California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder.
"Why not put a stake in the heart of evil?
"Because that's what this really is," the actress added, "this is good, and this is evil."
She then described Democrats as "cult leaders" before adding, "I would know, I grew up in one."
MeToo co-founder McGowan gave the powerful speech just days after accusing current Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom's wife of bribing her in order to suppress her rape allegations against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
"So this woman, I don't know, some blonde lady name with the last name of the Newsom, cold-calls me, and was like, David Boies [powerul Clinton lawyer] wants to know what it would take to make you happy," McGowan said she was asked by California First Lady Jennifer Siebel Newsom during a 2017 phone call.
She says she abruptly ended the call by hanging up, in comments first reported by The Washington Post.
She followed up on her allegations by holding the joint press conference with Elder on Sunday.
BREAKING: Actress and activist Rose McGowan says she is no longer a Hollywood Democrat, endorses Larry Elder for California Governor, and calls out the elitist establishment that has been DESTROYING the United States from coast to coast and everywhere in between. #YesOnRecall pic.twitter.com/XZaj0TUCwi— Suburban Black Man 🇺🇸 (@goodblackdude) September 12, 2021
Boies, the Democratic super-lawyer that represented Weinstein, reportedly gave Gov. Newsom a $300 bottle of wine weeks after leading a campaign against Weinstein's accusers, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
At the explosive presser on Sunday afternoon, McGowan said that Elder was the "the better candidate and the better man" over "evil" Democrats like Newsom who only serve "the elites."
"They want to hear that the more we micro-label each other, the better,"
"The reality is, today, I challenge this state, I challenge these voters, I challenge the media, to back up," McGowan said.
"Be human first, vote for humanity."
Elder is seeking to unseat Newsom in Tuesday's recall election, but recent polls show Newsom, a Democrat, comfortably ahead in deep-blue California.
In her speech, McGowan went on to say that America has become "a country for the few," while prompting the audience to challenge their political ideas and "run free."
"And then we have the Jennifer Siebel Newsoms [Gov. Newsom's wife] of the world," she said.
"Why? Why do you keep choosing that? Why do you keep electing that?"
"Don't listen to their buzzwords...
"They massage your mind," she warned in an apparent reference to the Democrats.
"They keep you in fear.
"They keep you in doubt."
She said she believes that Democrat voters must have niggling doubts and "suspect on the inside that this is all a lie."
The activist then called on the public to wake up and listen to those suspicions and "be the one who stands up and takes it on the chin."
"Well, I'm here to confirm to you, it is a lie," McGowan said.
McGowan has been outspoken in her criticism of Democrats since the Weinstein scandal broke open.
Weinstein was a prominent fundraiser for Democratic politicians.
"I finally came to a point where I am not a Democrat because everyone who has harassed, stalked, and stolen from me in my time in Hollywood has been a Democrat," McGowan said on Sunday.
Elder agreed with McGowan's remarks on BLM, saying that the media had censored him for not supporting the movement, even though he is a black man.
He added that he doesn't believe in Critical Race Theory, and said that systematic racism is not a legitimate issue in America today.
"The first time Gallup asked about racism, about whether or not you'd vote for a black president was 1958," Elder said.
"And the percentage who said yes was in the high 30s.
"Now, only three percent said they would not vote for a black president."
McGowan alleged that Siebel Newsom sent her an email in which she "inferred that she was a Weinstein rape victim to get into this private group of Weinstein rape victims."
She said the governor's wife was asking what Boies, Weinstein's attorney, had to do so McGowan wouldn't come forward.
In 2017, the former Charmed actor said someone close to Weinstein offered her $1million if she agreed to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
McGowan says she refused the offer.
It is unclear if Newsom's wife was the one who made the offer.
She then went public with allegations that in 1997, Weinstein assaulted her during the Sundance Film Festival when she was just 23 years old.
Recently, McGowan told Dave Rubin on his show The Rubin Report that Siebel Newsom called her in 2017 to try and broker a deal between her and Boies to make the Weinstein story go away.