Trump: “Does anybody really believe the California Recall Election isn’t rigged?”
The corrupt Democratic fix appears to be in for Tuesday, Sept. 14 recall election seeking to remove California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D).
Even President Donald Trump said in a Monday statement California gubernatorial recall election is “no different” from the 2020 presidential election “scam.”
“Does anybody really believe the California Recall Election isn’t rigged?” Trump’s statement began. “Millions and millions of Mail-In Ballots will make this just another giant Election Scam, no different, but less blatant, than the 2020 Presidential Election Scam!”
Backed by millions of dollars from the Democratic machine and such mega-donors like George Soros, voters are already seeing evidence of another stolen election. Soros donated at least $1 million to the cause.
Since this election is being conducted by mail, it is unlikely that final results will be available on election day.
“We have a voter integrity board all set up—most of these are lawyers,” chief candidate Larry Elder said. “So, when people hear things, they contact us. We’re going to file lawsuits in a timely fashion.”
Although downplayed, ignored or slanted by mainstream media reports, hundreds of voters throughout California, attempting to cast their ballot at polling locations were told they had already voted.
Some poll workers are reporting many had made the same claims. Many were instructed to submit provisional ballots, which are cast when there is uncertainty about voting eligibility. Many were not informed but some returned later when told by others they could.
The recall is intended to present voters with two questions. The first will ask whether Newsom should be recalled from the office of governor. The second will ask who should succeed Newsom if he is recalled.
A majority vote is required on the first question for the governor to be recalled. The candidate with the most votes on the second question would win the election; no majority is required.
Recall supporters say Newsom mishandled the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, did not do enough to address the state’s homelessness rate, and supported sanctuary city policies and water rationing.
Forty-six candidates, including nine Democrats and 24 Republicans, are running in the election. The candidates to receive the most media attention and perform best in polls so far are YouTuber Kevin Paffrath (D), 2018 gubernatorial candidate John Cox (R), radio host Elder (R), former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer (R), California State Board of Equalization member Ted Gaines (R), former Olympian and television personality Caitlyn Jenner (R), and Assemblyman Kevin Kiley (R).
In a March 2021 response, Newsom called the effort a “Republican recall — backed by the RNC, anti-mask and anti-vax extremists, and pro-Trump forces who want to overturn the last election and have opposed much of what we have done to fight the pandemic.”