Recent newsflash: Gavin the Gaslighting Gov is spending for signboards in 7 pro-life red states (South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Indiana, Ohio, Louisiana, and South Carolina) providing complimentary abortions in California.
Nothing is complimentary, so what he implies is this: The financing for such abortions would originate from state coffers– your cash, not his. (And perhaps your cash for Gav’s signboards too.)
But the majority of people understand this method is not truly about abortion rights– or your ever-increasing tax concern. They are wise adequate (we hope) to translucent this charade for what it really be: A negative promotion tactic to raiseGov Gavin Newsom’s political profile throughout the nationwide landscape.
Because now thatGov Newsom has actually almost messed up California, he wishes to extend that courtesy, as president, to all 50 states.
The newest news in this regard is that a Dem charity event near Gavin’s household informed The Wrap: “He is running for the presidency as soon as Biden reveals that he is not running.”
And the unfortunate thing (for Democrats anyhow), is that he is most likely a much better prospect than Joe Biden and Kamala Harris assembled. In reality, putting the president and vice president together– as the Dems did– made our nation’s look to the remainder of the world even worse than otherwise. As in, cognitively-challenged-meets-inarticulation, a scary motion picture that plays every day in theaters all over. (And if you do not believe the remainder of the world gets it, simply look where the president of the United States was seated at the funeral service of Queen Elizabeth II, bring to life a brand-new label: “17th Row Joe.”)
MASKING THE MASK OFFER
Back to the gaslighting gov.
Would you wish to choose a male president who, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, invested $1 billion (your cash) on 200 million N-95 masks from a business (Blue Flame) in China (a nation that willfully spread out the infection they produced)– masks that the FDA would not accredit as safe?
Thereafter, the state of California, with the guv’s true blessing, wired an extra $500 million (your cash) for masks to another business (BYD), which had actually stayed in business just 3 days. Its checking account opened just one day in the past.
Even the Los Angeles Times, which, when it pertains to Democrat political leaders smells roses, whiffed a skunk: “California Controller Betty Yee, a two-term Democrat without any official function in the contracting procedure, worked behind the scenes to assist a set of political operatives land an offer that ended up being the state’s most flawed.”
Add this from California Globe: “California’s legislators were not permitted to see information of the $1 billion (mask) agreements signed byGov Newsom. Legislators sent him a letter requiring information of the contract, stating there has actually been insufficient openness in investing those enormous taxpayer dollars … to no obtain.”
A “HELLO MARTHA STORY”
The Golden Gate City was as soon as the nation’s most lovely metropolitan area. But now San Fran, where Gaslighting Gav was mayor prior to rising into the Governor’s Mansion, has actually degenerated into the really meaning of a hot spot.Mr Newsom set out a red carpet for homelessness and criminal offense in his so-called sanctuary city, which all of us understand is not any type of sanctuary for obedient people however in reality rather the opposite. Call it “imperilment city,” and you ‘d be much closer to the mark.
Meanwhile, the homeowners of Martha’s Vineyard, while announcing a sanctuary-like viewpoint shown by mottos on their completely manicured yards, have anything however that viewpoint when it pertains to installing more than a simple placard. They decreased the chance to practice what they preach by quickly deporting (with assistance of the U.S. Army) their increase of 50 immigrants (less than a portion of 1% of what border states are facing weekly) to a military base upon close-by Cape Cod, where they stay locked up.
God forbid that impoverished individuals looking for humanitarian support must provide themselves on the doorstep of rich liberals, whose foreseeable reaction was as basic as it was uncomplicated: “We do not have ‘social services’ on our sanctified island.”
Said Florida’sGov Ron DeSan tis: “The minute even a little portion of what those border towns handle every day is given their front door, they suddenly go berserk.”
” THE SCARY!”
In another promotion tactic, and possibly acknowledging thatGov DeSan tis will likely be his secret Republican competitor for the White House in either 2024 or 2028, Gaslighting Gav composed to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland about being “frightened at the images of migrants being delivered on buses and airplanes throughout the nation.”
It is very difficult to swallow the concept that our guv is not conscious that delivering migrants on buses and airplanes throughout the nation, albeit in secret and in the dead of night, has actually ended up being part and parcel of President Biden’s unsecured border in addition to no specified border policy aside from “Trump desired a wall and we dislike him and his fans, so there; no wall.” And hence, no border, to hell with whatever laws govern how to emigrate to theUnited States The prosecution of laws nowadays are cherry-picked to match political programs.
Which implies the only distinction in between bewildered President Biden andGov DeSan tis is sincerity.
Ron DeSan tis owns what he did. But the prez (on the uncommon event he offers an interview) turns his back on press reporters whenever they question him about his undercover desire to place brand name brand-new potential Democrat- citizens all over he can get away with it– other than naturally in Delaware, his house state.
It should be rather awkward for Gaslighting Gav that in March 2020 his own in-laws, Kenneth and Judith Seibel, not just transferred their residency from California to Florida– hence leaving their son-in-law’s oppressive pandemic constraints– however likewise added toGov DeSan tis’ re-election project.
Geesh, you can’t make this things up.
But now back to Gavin’s wacky missive to the Attorney General Garland: “I highly prompt … an examination into possible criminal or civil offenses of federal law” (such as kidnapping).
Of all the communities in which migrants may possibly wind up, Martha’s Vineyard is definitely among the most helpful postal code for combination, presuming Vineyard homeowners really think in such combination and desire improvement for unlawful immigrants. Ha!
In any case, it appears to us that Attorney General Garland has enough on his hands with Hunter Biden’s laptop computer (reducing it, that is) and the unmatched raid he bought on a previous president’s house.
Gov Gaslight’s brand-new policy appears to be this: Don’ t let any chance for a promotion stunt to amass nationwide attention go to waste.
But here’s the issue with such a policy: The guv’s design and rhetoric may play in San Francisco and Los Angeles, however will it play in Peoria– as in Main Street, U.S.A.? Yes, it might in Disneyland’s variation, where Goofy administers, however not in Oklahoma, Indiana and most other states, whose homeowners view our guv’s countenance as bit more than an annoying pimple on their behind.
Then, raising himself to potential governmental prospect status, Gavin attempts (in yet another promotion stunt) to gaslight Ron DeSan tis by challenging him to a dispute.
Florida’s guv would mop the flooring with Gavin’s hair gel, which, asGov DeSan tis explains, “is disrupting Gavin’s brain function.”
IndeedBecause Gov Gaslight appears to have actually forgotten something.
Let us advise him.
As mayor of San Francisco, in 2006, Gav started his own really own “kidnapping” program.
It was called Homeward Bound.
And what was Homeward Bound produced to do?
It was created to dispatch homeless individuals by Greyhound bus to the states from whence they came.
But would you anticipate anything more than hypocritical rubbish from a “leader” who, throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, locked down California public schools however allowed the independent school his own kids addressed stay open?
Or permitted wineries– most specifically his own, PlumpJack– to stay open in Napa County when indoor companies in 19 surrounding counties were closed?
And when PlumpJack did lastly close, due to media direct exposure, the business got and got $350,000 from the Paycheck Protection Program (complimentary cash from the federal government camouflaged as loans).
Chuckle, oink, barf.
And now the Gaslighting Gov is anticipated, by month’s end, to sign Senate Bill 107, which would render California a sanctuary state for minors preferring “gender-affirming care,” which is a 1984-newspeak-like euphemism for mutilating the genital areas of kids who believe they desire (or have actually been talked into by “teachers”) a physical gender modification. Under this costs, the state’s courts can take custody of kids who, without adult authorization, desire a sex modification– and buy it for them. (This does not state much for our medical neighborhood which, in their unlimited mission for a larger dollar, willfully requires.)
This costs, which was gone by our state Assembly onAug 29 and 2 days later on by our state Senate, is the most brazen attack ever by the federal government looking for to take over personal household matters.
Shame on what California’s chosen “leaders” are enforcing upon you and your kids.
Shame on the medical neighborhood.
Shame, pity– and more pity.
It practically appears as if the apocalyptic films of the last couple of years were properly prophetic, illustrating cities surpassed by criminally minded proles while police is no place to be discovered.
Why do lawmen who are vowed to impose the law refrain from doing so?
Because whenever they capture a culprit red-handed, he/she is instantly released without bail, after which the district lawyers (of Frisco and L.A.) decrease to prosecute. Repeat transgressors have actually never ever had it so great as they brazenly rob stores and alleviate people of their wallets and fashion jewelry and devices in broad daytime without any worry of retribution.
The 2005 motion picture “Idiocracy” (called by the U.K.’s The Guardian ” a disturbingly prophetic take a look at the future of America– and our period of stupidity”) enters your mind. Little did that movie’s manufacturers understand that they might have set their story just 17 years into the future rather of 5 centuries.
Those who as soon as felt victimized (perhaps still do) concerned power with a huge chip on each shoulder and with revenge in mind versus those they envision have actually oppressed them, without comprehending that their so-called oppressors have actually gradually adjusted society to a point where the so-called oppressed get leading tasks and afterwards lead the progressiveness, from which they have actually benefited, into reverse bigotry, which then ends up being a regressive headache for everybody.
And the minute somebody points this out, they are fingered as a “white supremacist.”
As my previous high school U.S. history instructor, later on to end up being Colorado’s commissioner of education, composed in The Hill: “The truth of our nationwide polarization discovers no much better illustration than our leaders openly stating that the best dangers to our nationwide security are not to be discovered in Russia or China however, rather, amongst our own people who have actually been broadly tarred with the brush of bigotry, white supremacy and domestic terrorism.”
Dr William J. Moloney continues: “When our individuals are motivated to believe that our history deserves absolutely nothing however self-loathing, and when we concern see challengers as not simply having various concepts however being faulty as individuals or by virtue of their race or class, dark days are ahead for a nation that as soon as plausibly saw itself as humanity’s last, finest hope.”
He is describing the preaching our rather lunatic president making use of a demonic, Nazi- like background provided to the country with scolding invective that incriminated, as subversives, American people who oppose him and his misdirected policies.
Last weekend in McHe nry, North Dakota, an intoxicated Shannon Brandt, 41, willfully knocked his SUV into 18-year-old Cayler Elliingson, eliminating him, then running away from the street in which this lethal attack occurred.
Mr Brandt later on gave up to authorities, informing them, by method of validation, that the teenager belonged to a “Republican extremist group.” He was charged with automobile murder and leaving the scene of a fatal mishap. Then without delay launched on $50,000 bond.
Some may interpret the president’s wicked words as incitement to dedicate murder.
Say it ain’t so, Joe.
He will not. He can not. If words have energy to urge and oblige (and they do), Joe is complicit in this awful killing.
For a long while, our cities were fairly safe.
But not any longer.
Rampant, unenforced criminal offense is neglected by a president who appears no longer to have any sense of truth and talks as if whatever bad going on– consisting of enormous inflation and a southwest border crisis– is the reverse of a crisis and is deserving of event. (Could it be that the dark lenses of his pilot sunglasses are privately increased colored– or does he really live on the other side of the looking glass?)
Now back toGavin Gaslight What will he do whenTexas Gov Greg Abbott andFlorida Gov DeSan tis start supplying those who unlawfully enter their states with one-way bus tickets to Montecito, Carmel and Napa Valley– or San Francisco, where 20,000 individuals currently live on city streets in camping tents and cardboard boxes?
In 2008, Gavin presented a “10-year strategy” to fix homelessness.
How’s that exercising for you, gov?
The type of hypocrisy frequently practiced byGov Newsom may have gone undetected in a bygone period. But social networks (NOT the mainstream narrative news media) makes sure that reality can not be buried for long.
And part of the reaction is the mass exodus under method by California homeowners who prefer to end up being ex-residents and hence no longer be economically strained by Gaslighting Gav’s wacky costs practices.
But do not take our word for it. Just have a look at the Los Angeles Times, which 2 months back reported, “The variety of L.A. homeowners leaving the city leapt from 33,000 in the 2nd quarter of 2021 to almost 41,000 in the very same period of 2022.”
Where are they going?
Not in other places within the state (states the L.A. Times), however “locations like Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Antonio and Dallas.”
And you can be particular, the last thing these folks wish to see on a signboard is Gavin’s gas-lit face.
Robert Eringer is a longtime Montecito author with huge experience in investigative journalism. He invites concerns or remarks at firstname.lastname@example.org.