Sept. 14 2021 Governor Recall Election
Flyer - 5 3/4" x 8 3/4".

King Newsom's

is Destroying California!

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on Question 1
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Just How is Gavin Newsom Destroying California?

1 The French Laundry Hypocrisy

While mandating Californians stay home, Newsom partied inside an exclusive restaurant with lobbyists and elites—mask free.
"Photos raise doubts about Newsom's claim that dinner with lobbyist was outdoors amid COVID-19 surge"
-Los Angeles Times, Nov. 18, 2020

2 Endangering Law-Abiding Citizens
Under Newsom's watch, California's homicide rate has climbed 31% and he prioritized the early release of 76,000 prisoners, many violent and repeat criminals.
"76,000 California inmates to be eligible for earlier release" (AP story), April 30, 2021
3 The Closing of Public Schools

Newsom sided with powerful unions to keep California students out of school, but sent his own children to in-person private school.
"Do as I say: California governor sends his children back to a wealthy private school while public schools remain closed"
-Law Enforcement Today, November 2, 2020
4 The Unemployment Scandal
While over a million Californians couldn't get a return phone call from EDD, Newsom's administration sent out up to $30 billion in fraudulent unemployment benefits to criminals.
"EDD Fraud could cost average California family thousands of dollars"
-ABC10, February 15, 2021
5 Failure to Address Homelessness
Newsom said homelessness was a top priority, but despite spending $13 billion in the last three years on homelessness the problem is WORSE!
California still has the highest homeless rate in the nation.
"Gavin Newsom failed homeless Californians"
-The Sacramento Bee, July 2, 2021
6 Lied About Wildfire Prevention Efforts
Newsom overstated by 690% the number of acres treated, and cut wildfire prevention funding by more than half a billion dollars.
"Gov. Gavin Newsom Retreats On $1 Billion Wildfire Prevention Plan Ahead Of Meeting With President Biden", June 29, 2021


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