Californians Apparently Are Happy With Governor Dippity Do

The homeless encampments, the illegals crossing border, high taxes, regulatons out the wazoo, lockdowns and businesses shuttering, all a-ok with the majority of Californians.



California Gov. Gavin Newsom defeated a recall effort. Here are some key takeaways.

California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom defeated a GOP-backed effort to remove him from office, according to a projection from the CNN Decision Desk.

A majority of California voters rejected Tuesday’s recall effort and voted “no” on whether they want to remove Newsom from office.

In case you missed it, here’s what you need to know about the special election:

Newsom will remain in office: Speaking from Sacramento, Newsom thanked Californians for rejecting the recall effort. He also addressed the divisions in the country, describing democracy like an “antique vase.” “You can drop it and smash it in a million different pieces. And that’s what we’re capable of doing if we don’t stand up to meet the moment and push back,” he said.

GOP candidate Larry Elder acknowledged defeat: Elder, the leading Republican replacement and one of 46 candidate who qualified to have their name listed in the race to replace the governor, told his supports: “Let’s be gracious in defeat.” He added: “By the way, we may have lost the battle, but we are going to win the war.”

Newsom’s re-election bid: A Newsom campaign source says the Democratic governor will wake up Wednesday morning with $24 million of cash on hand for his re-election and an “online army” of volunteers that he can reconnect with as his future unfolds.

Democrats look toward 2022 midterms: The White House and Democrats are looking at the numbers in California with confidence tonight. While President Biden didn’t put Newsom over the finish line, he and other Democrats will still bask in the glow of the Covid-19 response: Voters are responding favorably to vaccine and mask mandates – and rejecting Trumpism. With the 2022 midterm elections looming, Democrats see this as an unquestionable boost – only because losing would have been so disastrous for the party.

35 Comments on Californians Apparently Are Happy With Governor Dippity Do

  1. Learn to Code. That Tourettes-addled mumbling buffoon hamstrung by the mental agility of Karl Childers who wuz installed in the White House (like a toilet) did!

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  2. The mail in ballots had punch holes in the envelopes so you could see if someone voted yes on the recall. Easy to toss out the yes votes. Massive voter fraud once again from the demons that have a stranglehold on this state.

  3. 6,000,000 Republican voters voted in 2020.
    3,000,000 Republicans voted yesterday.
    California will never go Red. Ever.

  4. Elections are obsolete. Party hegemony and internet voting are the new normal. Buried under the code somewhere is the automatic proxy to big tech, business, and liberal organizations to cast YOUR vote for you.

    Voting has been modernized to ensure efficiency. The middle (you the voter) has been removed from the process in order to streamline the system.

  5. If you can print your own ballot, that seems secure, I mean what can really go wrong? It’s foolproof, Newsom is obviously the most popular governor ever, 67% approval rating. fuckin hell.

  6. Look at the Republicans who were told that they already voted. They were allowed to fill in a provisional ballot. But the provision ballots were not counted because the records show that those people had already voted — but they hadn’t.

    Last year counting stopped at midnight (for some “unexplainable reason as it had never happened before). This election was called by 10-10:30. Yeah, right.

    The Democr.arts new motto: “We steal elections. What are you going to do about it?”

  7. We expected this. Now it’s up to Elder to sue for a recount.

    BTW, they’re not done counting yet. They said it would take a few more days. lol
    When they do an audit, they’ll have cash on hand.
    Celebrities that hate Newsom have plenty to donate.

  8. Geographically California is 90 percent stone cold conservative. More people in California voted for Trump than in Texas. That’s a true stat. Look at the homeless problem in the major cities. It’s legal to get the homeless to vote by buying them a Happy Meal or giving them a six pack. It’s bull shit and should never be legal. The Communists have stacked the deck. Not to mention the plethora of other ways they cheat. The County Electoral offices are packed full of non elected Gov Libtards. There’s no winning this game in California until it hits critical mass. Conservatives are moving out and taking their businesses with them. Eventually California will consist of Government Employees and welfare recipients. Hopefully I’m out of here well before then. Lets see that support itself. It can’t.

  9. By the weekend, Newsom will enact some truly draconian measures, saying the people have spoken, now on with the hangings.

  10. Civil war is now more likely that the soapbox and ballot box are controlled. They still need to go for the cartridge box so expect the push to commence shortly.

  11. Wait a minute…

    There were two questions on the mail-in ballot, right? 1) Should Gavin Newsom be recalled, and 2) if he is recalled, who should replace him.

    According to WSJ, “Just over 8.1 million people voted on the recall question, but about 4.3 million chose a potential replacement for Mr. Newsom. Democratic Party leaders advised voters to leave the second question blank.”

    So we’re supposed to believe that two-thirds of voters voted to keep Newsom, AND over half suggested a replacement. Why would over half suggest a replacement if two-thirds wanted to keep him?

    I’m curious if there are thousands of ballots where the first question was overlooked and only the second one was answered.


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