Gavin Newsom’s main recall challenger Larry Elder goes off the deep end

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Imagine, if you will, a conversation. This conversation is between two people. One of them is a human resources specialist for a HUGE corporation. This corporation needs a new manager. The human resources specialist is speaking to a prospective candidate for this critical position.

Human Resources: “Why are you interested in this opportunity?”

Candidate. “I’d love to serve. I just don’t believe I have the stomach, the temperament, the personality, the drive, the willingness to deal with these doofi.”

Now — how do you suppose this conversation would go over with the HR person? Not well.

But the words of the candidate above are not made up. They are real, and they come from one Larry Elder who is trying desperately to push Governor Newsom out of his position so he (Elder) can become California’s new Governor.

Think about it. This is a man who said recently he wasn’t even interested in running. Well, someone got to him. Because now, he is busy smearing Newsom and fighting like crazy for a job that he does not even want.

The recall is coming up quickly, and I will not stop writing about it until the event is over. It is a crazy recall that should never have been allowed to happen, but now that it IS happening, we must get out the vote.

Do not forget on August 30th there will be a hearing on the case filed by voters who feel this process is unconstitutional.


Most do not expect the recall to be reversed. Ballots have already gone out, and many are pouring back in. It will still be interesting to follow. In the meantime, vote. Act like Newsom is 20 points behind. Fight like crazy to defeat Elder, a man who clearly does not even want this job.

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