No theatrics. No live animals. No gender representations. No reasoned and polished political presentations. Only an inspired and rousing speech offered by the premier, grassroots candidate in the Recall Gavin Newsom race for Governor.
Assemblyman Kevin Kiley (R-06) held his kickoff rally for California Governor this morning, on the steps of the Sacramento Capitol. Just a little over two months to the year that the first Recall Rally and shutdown protest was held. Arrests were made on that day, and people’s civil liberties were violated. What Governor Gavin Newsom assumed would be a simple effort to quash unruly peasants, turned into a true grassroots movement that resulted in the collection of 2.1 million signatures to Recall Gavin Newsom, with 1.7 million being certified by the Secretary of State to place the Recall election on the ballot.
On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, Californians will be asked two simple questions: 1) Should Gavin Newsom Be Recalled? YES or NO. When the YES votes reach 51 percent or higher, then 2) Who should replace Gavin Newsom as California Governor?
Despite the gaslighting and incorrect information being floated around, once Question No. 1 has sealed Gavin Newsom’s removal, then Question No. 2 will require electing the candidate who has the vision, fortitude, and fight to pick up the reins of a broken state and help correct its course.
Kevin Kiley has chosen to take on that challenge, and the 200-plus who came out in 103-degree heat to officially launch his campaign is a testament to their belief that he is the man who can do it.
— Jake Fischer (@jakefischerCA) July 10, 2021
A lineup of speakers were in attendance, including Lead Proponent of Recall Gavin 2020, Mike Netter, who acted as master of ceremonies; Orrin Heatlie, Lead Voice of Recall Gavin 2020; Assemblyman James Gallagher (R-03); Freelance Journalist and anti-AB5 Activist Erica Sandberg; Tamika Hamilton who will be running as the District 3 Congressional Candidate in 2022; Founder of Reopen California Schools Jonathan Zachreson, and Pastor and Small Business
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