When you think of California, many people think it's full of crazy Blue staters.
In fact, only certain areas are comprised of rabib left-wingers.
Large parts of California are red and are embarrassed by their Governor Gavin Newsom.
How do I know?
That's according to a Change.org Petition that has already crossed 320,000 signatures and shows no signs of stopping.
Here's a live shot of the Petition right now:
Here is a portion of the Petition text:
Governor Gavin Newsom in addition to Governor Jerry Brown have declared California a Sanctuary State, importing illegal immigrants to replace the people of California, and give them California's tax payer funded goods and services in order to alter the voting demographics against Americans, and in favor of Democrats.
Recently, in 2019 within months of taking office, Governor Gavin Newsom pulled troops off the southern border when President Trump attempted to stop illegal immigrant caravans from entering the United States which threaten all of the United States not just California, and continues to allow immigrants to flow into California threw the Southern border.
Because Democrat Governor Jerry Brown and his Lieutenant Governor, now Governor Gavin Newsom declared California a Sanctuary State. These policies have rapidly increased California prison population and homeless encampments with illegal immigrants, and impacted public schools, and prohibit State Law Enforcement to cooperate with Federal Law Enforcement, ie ICE who's job is to deport illegal immigrant criminal offenders.
Californians did not vote for Sanctuary Cities, or for California to feud with President Trump to bring in illegal immigrants to replace Californian citizens.
Therefore, here is a petition to Recall Governor Gavin Newsom. If you agree please sign the Petition.
Thank you for your time. Make California Great Again!
More, from Politico:
California Republican Party chair Jessica Millan Patterson announced Monday the state organization is backing two campaigns to recall Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, with the endorsement tied to a fundraising letter.
“Last weekend, the CA GOP Board of Directors voted to support both recall efforts at the urging of many of our supporters due to the severe lack of leadership Gavin Newsom has provided on the serious issues facing California,’’ Millan Patterson said in a statement to POLITICO.
But Millan Patterson said that “at this time, our resources are focused on key legislative and congressional races and we do not anticipate committing those resources to either recall petition.”
Activists have taken recall papers out on every California governor dating back to Edmund G. "Pat" Brown in 1960, and there have been 51 attempts to remove governors since 1913, according to the Secretary of State's Office. Only one — that of Gray Davis in 2003 — was ever successful, in part due to the celebrity of his GOP challenger, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Without resources from the state GOP, both of the longshot recall efforts by two failed congressional candidates face an uphill battle for funding, and both have to date received little widespread support. Campaign finance data from the California Secretary of State’s office show that the two committees have raised less than $53,000 total.
One effort is fronted by physician James Veltmeyer, a former Republican congressional candidate from San Diego who has raised almost $48,000 with a committee called the “Californians to Recall Gavin Newsom” coalition. Veltmeyer’s website says Newsom has mishandled California tax policy, homelessness and illegal immigration issues.
Erin Cruz, another GOP congressional candidate who has been affiliated with the Tea Party, has amassed just $5,000 through her organization called the RAN Action Fund. Cruz already failed on her first attempt to recall Newsom this year as part of a flurry of filings to remove Democrats from seven statewide offices, according to the Secretary of State's Office.
A November PPIC poll showed 48 percent of California voters approve of the job Newsom is doing, while 45 percent disapprove. Comparatively, 43 percent approved when he took office in January, and just 29 percent disapproved.
Rob Pyers, an analyst with the nonpartisan California Target book, tweeted Monday that the two longshot recall efforts have been seized upon by the embattled CAGOP — which holds no statewide offices — as a fundraising tool in advance of a critical election year.
"Merits aside, power move by the CA GOP in co-opting the clickbait messaging to ensure that money that would otherwise be flushed down the drain to the grifter recall committees gets diverted to the state party instead,'' he wrote.