On a day in which the California Governor got some really bad news, Gavin Newsom was as defiant as ever.
During an address he threatened the state claiming they will never go back to normal.
“When this pandemic ends — and it will end soon — we’re not going back to normal. Because I think we all agree, normal was never good enough. Normal accepts inequity” Newsom said.
“We are bent but not broken. Bloodied but unbowed. Resolved to make it to brighter days ahead – to not let the pain of last year deter the hopefulness of tomorrow. The state of our state remains determined. I remain determined,” he declared.
“So to the California critics, who are promoting partisan power grabs and outdated prejudices, and rejecting everything that makes California great, we say this: we will not be distracted from getting shots in arms and our economy booming again,” he added.
.@GavinNewsom threatens California will never return to normal post-Covid.
“When this pandemic ends — and it will end soon — we’re not going back to normal. Because I think we all agree, normal was never good enough. Normal accepts inequity.” pic.twitter.com/tHbgn3fa7p
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 11, 2021
Newsom knows his time is up and he is trying to appeal to the ultra woke leftists in his state to support him because data from those leading the recall show he’s in trouble.
FOX LA reporter, Bill Melugin reported that the campaign to recall Newsom announced that they have collected 2,060,000 signatures with a week to go before the March deadline. The campaign claims that a third party vendor has already verified 1.8 million signatures, they need 1.5 million to force a recall election.
NEW: The campaign to recall Governor Newsom announces it now has 2,060,000 signatures with one week left until deadline. 1.5 million verified signatures are required. Campaign says they already have over 1.8 million signatures already verified through a third party vendor. @FOXLA
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) March 11, 2021
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ARTICLE SOURCE: newsthud.com