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One member of the axis of evil will soon face justice!

It remains to be seen what will become of the other two: Cuomo and De Blasio, but at least the tyrant in California will soon have to face the consequences of his policies, at the hands of his voters.

Voters he tried to illegally lock up and confine while he went out and drank on their dime.

Could we be witnessing a change in California? People over there typically don’t vote so good, but this right here is evidence of a great decision.

The people of California got fed up, and they did something about it.

Hopefully, California takes this as one small step toward the direction they need to go in to make their state attractive and livable again.

Check out what’s slated for Newsom this September:

Fox News told us of the upcoming recall vote:

On Sept. 14, California voters will be asked two questions: 1. if they want to recall Newsom, and 2. if so, who should replace him. If 50% or more of voters answer “yes” to the first question, the candidate with the most votes in question two becomes the next governor of the U.S.’s most populous state.

After elections officials verified more than 1.5 million signatures on the recall petition last week, the state had 90 days to hold the special election.

The recall petition garnered over 1.7 million signatures, of which only 43 were withdrawn, leaving the effort well above the 1.5 million threshold.

The Newsom recall was a result in large part of Californians fed up with the state’s highly restrictive lockdowns and school closures, though the state is now on its way out of lockdown after the state’s mask mandate in most settings was lifted two weeks ago.

The New York Post writes:

The announcement will set off a fervent ten week burst of campaigning during the summer; a time when many Californians typically ignore politics.

Current polls have shown that Newsom would survive the recall. Republicans have not won a statewide race since Arnold Schwarzenegger — who defeated Gray Davis in a 2003 recall — was elected governor in 2006.

Caitlyn Jenner is set to follow the celebrity GOP track to Sacramento of Schwarzenegger and Ronald Reagan before him — joining a crowded Republican field including former San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer, 2018 gubernatorial nominee John Cox, former Congressman Doug Ose and perennial porn star candidate Mary Cary.



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