>California recall: Voters to decide fate of Gov. Gavin Newsom>With Gov. Gavin Newsom’s fate at stake, Californians on Tuesday cast the last of the ballots that will decide whether he continues to lead them or if the nation’s most populous state veers in a more conservative direction amid anger over his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic.>Newsom, a Democrat who is leading in polls, is only the fourth governor in U.S. history and the second in California to face a recall. He was elected in a landslide less than three years ago.>The leading Republican candidate is conservative talk show host Larry Elder, who is seeking to become California’s first Black governor.>Newsom got a final push late Monday from President Joe Biden, who warned that the contest could shape the country’s direction on the pandemic, reproductive rights and the battle to slow climate change. The results also are likely to influence the 2022 midterm elections, when control of Congress will be in play again. The party that controls the White House historically loses seats in midterms.>Elder staged his capstone rally in nearby Orange County, where he urged supporters to reach out to friends and neighbors to vote. The GOP will need a heroic Election Day turnout to catch Democrats, who have been turning in mail ballots in larger numbers. Nearly 8.6 million of California’s 22 million voters already have cast mail-in ballots.>California voters have just two questions on Tuesday’s ballot: Should Newsom stay in office? And if not, who should replace him? There are 46 replacement candidates to choose from. If voters keep Newsom, the results on the second question are irrelevant.>Beyond Elder, other prominent Republicans in the race include former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, former Olympian Caitlyn Jenner and businessman John Cox. The best-known Democrat is Kevin Paffrath, a financial adviser with a large YouTube following.>Newsom’s ouster would be a stunning rebuke in California, where the Democratic Party controls every statewide office and dominates the Legislature and the congressional delegation.https://archive.vn/8MZrN
Results can be viewed here as they come in (Polls close at 11 p.m. Eastern time):https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/09/14/us/elections/results-california-recall.html
It was probably inevitable that he would win the recall vote. The Democrats didn't want to put up any real candidate as alternative to Newsom so the Dem voters only had one choice.
For voting both parties are in agreement to "tolerate" rigged machines.
Elections are a travesty of democracy and whoever "wins" is because the (((oligarchs))) say so.
And even if the machines would be scrapped, both sides are paid by the same jewry and taking into account that no politician represent the people, the whole electoral process and the theoretical consent to be governed derived from it are void.
In other words, the Social Contract is broken are there's no political solution.
In some ways you're right, however for a significant population in CA this was a referendum on the one-party political state that CA has become. In recent years theres been a significant exodus from the state, and that will magnify by orders in the wake of this recall. Newsom will be emboldened and will posture with the aid of the MSM, and we will watch as the state crumbles from failed policies and agendas.>>319733
And today many more are waking up to this reality
Of course they rigged it. Did anyone expect them not to?
I expected conservatives to go out of their way to uncover more evidence of the rigging.
Cuz CA courts are gonna carefully wrigh the evidence and consider all the facts before rendering a judgement?
No, so memes can be made about it to spread awareness.
CA IS a meme, and everyone knows it already. What awareness? As a former CA resident, we were joking ("") about it being the people's republic of CA in the 80s
. We just witnessed the US supreme court bitch out on a presidential election. Do you really think a bunch of memes is gonna make a difference? Seriously? Cuz if you do, you lost the plot
What solution do you suggest?
We need to recruit more. Memes help with that, they spread information more efficiently than any leftist disinformation campaign.
I suggest conservatives gtfo of CA 10 years ago like I did, and let it burn
Do you think if all non-leftists in America moved to Texas, they could obtain the white numbers necessary to secede and expel niggers/spics?
I dont do speculative questions. But if you're looking for causes, person who I could totally name cuz you havent learned, maybe you should worry about your home turf yes? Maybe CA in the US isnt what you should be concerned with hmmm?
Was expected, tbh. As soon as Newsom was able to make it a partisan issue, and not a referendum on his competence as a governor, he already won.
>>319755>doomandgloomposting>responds to innocent questions with personal attacks>"I know your name! You are not anonymous here!"
I also know who this is but you don't see me barking about it in every thread. You bark.
My point is, youre again diverging from the topic with wild speculative questions that at the end of the day serve no one. Either one wastes their time trying feebly to fill in ALL the blanks with more speculation (so speculate about the current scenario, then speculate about how it would transition to the speculative
'conversational question', and then speculate about how it would go) OR call you out for being a low-effort drag on the discussion that has far bigger fish to fry than worrying about a CA election and the memes that "might" come of it. I choose the latter.>doomposting
Do you have any first hand experience with CA? I grew up there. This isnt hyperbole, this isnt conjecture; CA is an increasingly doomed and failed state, it just hasnt reached the death throes yet.
But you're totally right. People should investigate the election cuz MEMES, and calling you out for waste-of-time posts is barking.
>>319754>they could obtain the white numbers necessary to secede and expel niggers/spics?
The end goal you wish to achieve is not possible with the population you're talking about.
What you need: Racially aware whites fully aware of all forms of governmental corruption who can take action.
What you're asking for: Whites.
And then there's the pressing issue of feds.
The only way out is to dig the hole deeper.
The US is just as corrupt as every country south of the Rio Grande and Africa, but they all have more freedom.
Why? Because their populations are astutely aware that their governments are corrupt, and therefore ignore and avoid local government interactions.
Change can be made once white people to start actively persecuting all law enforcers as much as a random niggers.
Dude, why don't you just answer his question and be done with it, or just ignore him? This is a /pol/-offshoot, so it's natural for non-American posters to have questions/opinions about American politics, and vise versa.
>>319763>Do you think if all non-leftists in America moved to Texas, they could obtain the white numbers necessary to secede and expel niggers/spics?
Define non-leftist. Like ANY non-leftist?>white numbers>secede and expel niggers and spics
Quite a leap, and a skewing of objective. And, are all the other groups that arent white or non-leftist supposed to fuck off? Whites will never be 100% of the population, and when was that even a practical, feasible, or entertainable goal? We're talking about what is going on with the CA referrendum. What might happen if a major population shift were to occur is quite irrelevant, and pardon me for suggesting its inappropriate and dubious for a Brit to be so concerned with whether or not the niggers and spics ARE 'to be' expelled.>>319761
>>319766>when was that even a practical, feasible, or entertainable goal?
Not since the continent was originally being colonized, sadly.
>>319761>Change can be made once white people to start actively persecuting all law enforcers as much as a random niggers.
What if that never happens?
What are we to do in the mean time?
Watch as once again we see live voting results drop in real time. This time it's 400K Yes to recall votes that drop on live TV.
>>319768>What if that never happens
It always happens. You're here aren't you?
And what to do in the meantime?
Petty discreet graffiti that doesn't harm businesses or occur in fed territory.
Protip: Simple messages that tell the truth, like the following.
It will be tough, but I'll take your guns when I'm ordered to
Next to stencil art of a Superman cop.
I like once in a blue moon actually come here because it is so slow and news doesn't populate nearly as much as fast, but on the otherhand, I have shyed away from all the pol news BS because it is the same stories on repeat over and over. With this Newsom story, I was right. Once more nothing changes, and once more, no one does a thing to invoke change. Well not really, at the least we can look towards Texas becoming a blue state when all the Commiefornians flock to all the major Texan cities, hope you like your rainbow sidewalks, because I guarantee there be more of them.
For once, I wish someone would just kill all these sobs before we end up like Australia.
>>319778>It always happens.
It hasn't happened in the past century. What's to say it'll ever happen again?
>>319794>It hasn't happened in the past century
Looks like someone has a bad case of the bundays.
Off hand, all the other instances resulted in massacres or enforcers getting more power.
But like I said, the hole must be dug deeper. Niggers are one of the key pieces. Amerindians are one of the other key pieces.
Hungary kicked out communism in 1956. Lined roads for miles with strung up communists on street lights and telephone poles.
Do you know how to tie a noose? Start with learning that. Its easy and is a good fun little project. Also important because it is the traditional American capital punishment.
Come back and I'll give you more homework once you learn how to tie that knot.