Democrats Demand Limits on Future Recalls after Newsom Victory
The eleventh recall in California's history is now a defeat
After Demcorat California Gov. Gavin Newsom defeated recall efforts in an apparent landslide against Republican Larry Elder, Democrats are now calling to limit future recalls.
The eleventh recall election in California's history is now a defeat.
Elder led potential replacements for Newsom, but the “yes” vote was not big enough for a victory.
But the margins could change as votes are still being counted, and mail-in ballots will still be arriving over the next week.
But, due to the surge in “yes” votes compared to “no,” it was considered a statistical impossibility.
Earlier this year, Newsom appeared vulnerable to the recall, polls suggested at the time.
But as Democrats plowed in money and had their media cohorts demonizing Elder as a "white supremacist," the victory for Newsom was almost guaranteed.
Last week, Donald Trump said the Democrats would "probably rigg" the recall election.
Trump echoed claims Democrats rigged the 2020 presidential election for Joe Biden.
"Well, it's probably rigged," Trump said.
"They're sending out all ballots," Trump explained.
"It's all—the ballots are, you know, mail-out, mail-in ballots."
Besides Newsom attacking Trump as a central part of his recall election campaign, the governor also claimed that voting for Elder was an attack against "racial justice."
Gov. Newsom and his "woke" allies pushed the narrative that Elder is a "white supremacist."
While rallying supporters for the California recall election Monday in Long Beach on the final night of campaigning, white elite Newsom told Californians that a vote for Elder is a vote against “diversity.”
Meanwhile, activist Rose McGowan called on America to rise up and "put a stake in the heart of evil" by rejecting Democrats and their "cult" by voting for Elder.
"Why not change?" McGowan asked during the joint presser with Elder.
"Why not put a stake in the heart of evil?