Dems Launch Last Ditch Effort To Thwart Cali Recall, Use Court To Try & Subvert Democracy
The Democrats are trying to subvert democracy and save California Governor Gavin Newsom.
Two people have filed a lawsuit claiming that the California recall election is unconstitutional.
Defendants have stated that there are “some serious problems” with California’s recall laws and they want the election stopped.
The lawsuit states:
The Plaintiff seeks declaratory relief and the issuance of a preliminary injunction to cancel the Sept. 14, 2021, California recall election (“Recall Election”) that is already underway, or to add Governor Newsom’s name to the ballot as a candidate to replace himself—after ballots have been distributed and votes have been cast. Defendant has publicly stated that there are “some serious problems” with California’s recall laws and that she believes that replacement candidates should not win the recall election with a plurality vote even though that is in California’s Constitution. (RJN, Exh. 5). In Plaintiff’s distorted theory of democracy, the Court should overturn a 110- year-old provision of the California Constitution to stop an election out of fear that the majority of California voters may decide that they want to recall their Governor.
— Marc J. Randazza (@marcorandazza) August 26, 2021
Newsom’s internal polling must be really bad for them to try a stunt like this.
Republican front runner, Larry Elder is currently leading the pack to replace Newsom and the latest attack to take him down has failed.
The media launched a smear campaign claiming Elder threatened his former fiancee with a gun. Prosecutors are refusing to charge Elder with a crime and the allegations supposedly occurred almost five years ago.
“From the beginning, Larry has said that he will stay focused on the issues that animated over 1.7 million Californians to petition for a recall of Gavin Newsom,” Elder’s campaign said in a statement.
It is expected to be a very close election and the Democrats are doing everything they can to stop the recall.