Newsom is loaded for California bear, and using his slick charm and Democrat Party coffers to ensure the Recall election weighs in his favor.
California Democrats are definitely feeling their oats, and Big League Politics alerted us to just how much:
A lawsuit filed on behalf of Rogan O’Handley, who goes by the handle DC Draino on Twitter, has exposed that California Democrats are literally ordering Draconian censorship against their political opponents directy from Twitter.
Following the election, the California Democrats colluded with Twitter to censor O’Handley’s posts exposing voter fraud.
Harmeet Dhillon of Liberty Center Law is filing a lawsuit on O’Handley’s behalf:
Breaking: We at @Liberty_Ctr just filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against former CA Secretary of State turned US Sen. Alex Padilla, #Twitter, and more for the Govt’s role in Twitter banning attorney Rogan O’Handley. Support our fight here: https://t.co/4sSjNPsTF8 #TwitterBan
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) June 18, 2021
So if the CA Dems are suppressing O’Handley and other political opponents, you know they are also suppressing every other outlet (including RedState) from getting traction on the Recall efforts and other corruption rampant in this State’s legislative body.
CA Dems are also pushing hard to have the Recall election as soon as possible (as early as August 24), wanting to ride the tide of Newsom’s favorable winds—if any actually exist. Gaslighting is, as gaslighting does.
So many laws are being changed to help Newsom survive the Recall that elections officials can’t keep up. Their “alarmed” letter warns of impossible demands and “voter confusion.”
— Kevin Kiley (@KevinKileyCA) June 20, 2021
But according to POLITICO, State officials are begging Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis to slow her roll:
County elections officials are asking state leaders to wait until at least Sept. 14 to hold a recall contest targeting Gov. Gavin Newsom, citing warnings from major ballot printing firms and various logistics challenges.
Local officials are bracing for the massively complex undertaking of holding a statewide, all-mail special election — a task further complicated by uncertainty around the precise election date.
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