Democrats have a habit of changing the rules to favor themselves, and in California it’s no different.
Governor Gavin Newsom is facing a serious recall effort.
How are Democrats responding? By changing the rules of the game. How else?
Breitbart News reports:
California Democrats Try to Change Recall Rules to Protect Gavin Newsom
Democrats plan to change the rules of recall elections to protect incumbent Governor Gavin Newsom, just as they changed the rules to defend State Sen. Josh Newman (D-Fullerton) during a recall election over gas tax hikes in 2018.
The Associated Press reported Monday:
Four years ago, California Democrats altered the state’s recall laws in part to slow down the process and try to aid a state senator facing a removal vote over his support for increasing the gas tax.
Now, as Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a recall of his own, they’re trying to change the laws again. This time, though, Democrats want the option to speed things up to take advantage of what they see as favorable conditions for Newsom…
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Newsom’s campaign hasn’t commented on the proposed altering of the recall timeline. Recent polls show Newsom in a stronger position than at the start of the year when the pandemic was raging and much of the economy was shuttered…
Now looking to speed the process, Democrats’ proposal would essentially bypass the legislative review process so long as lawmakers set aside money for counties to pay for the cost of the election. The state Department of Finance already sought a cost estimate from counties and lawmakers plan to approve $215 million to cover the local expense.
These people are crooks.
California Democrats scramble to change election rules before @GavinNewsom faces his recall election later this year. https://t.co/ChBBbqh0Rs
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 29, 2021
Hopefully, the people of California will overcome this corruption.
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