California’s Campaign To Recall Governor Newsom Says They Have The Signatures They Need To Boot Gavin

(Rallying Patriots) – The leaders of the effort to recall California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom announced this weekend that they have the signatures they need to boot the COVID tyrant.

This is big news!

That’s not all—they actually have half a million more than required, in fact, at 2 million signatures.

The announcement came more than a week before the deadline of March 17 to force a recall vote.

The Sacramento Bee reported of this big development, “Leaders of the effort to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Sunday they’ve collected 1.95 million signatures a little more than a week before the deadline, a number they believe will be more than enough to trigger a special recall election.”

“County and state elections officials still need to verify that nearly 1.5 million are valid signatures from registered California voters before the recall can qualify for the ballot. But recall supporters said Sunday that they’re confident they’ve collected enough,” the outlet added.

Wow—so the signatures on a petition to recall this terrible governor appear to be going through more scrutiny than millions of signatures on ballots in the general election on November 3, 2020.

Isn’t that funny?

It’s apparently easier to vote for Newsom if you’re an illegitimate voter than it is to vote to recall him.

You can start to see how California got to the state it’s in now, can’t you?

The Bee added, “The most recent signature verification numbers from the Secretary of State’s Office found that about 83% of the signatures counted by early February were valid. There’s no guarantee that validity rate will hold for the remaining signatures, but if it does, proponents would reach the threshold needed to trigger a special recall election.”

If the recall vote is held, Breitbart explains, there would be two questions featured on the ballot.

The first would be if Newsom should be recalled, the second would be who should replace him if he is indeed recalled.

It’s possible that his replacement could be selected without winning a majority of the vote, as what happened in 2003 when Arnold Schwarzenegger replaced the recalled Gray Davis.

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