The governor will appoint a replacement.
It's because of this that the CA recall election a couple years back was so high stakes, because this bitch refused to retire and was guaranteed to die in office.
IIRC, Newsom vowed to appoint an empowered LaQueefa, but (((Schiff))) has also been egging for a position. Might be interesting to see what they do
intensification has ceased temporarily
Today they replaced speaker of the house with a black woman so this faggot got his wish half granted. I didn't think that mccarthy was that much of a fuckup, since I never hear shit from him, but who the fuck even knows what those suits are up to anymore.
I think you got a couple of different stories mixed up here. McCarthy was ousted as Speaker of the House, they don't have a permanent replacement for him yet because they have to have a vote on it. It will probably be a couple of weeks before we know who it will be. Current acting Speaker is a guy named Patrick McHenry, who as far as I can tell is not a black woman.
Diane Feinstein was a Senator from California who died of old age, and when a Senator dies the governor of the state they represented gets to choose the person who replaces them for the remainder of their term. Gavin Newsom is the Governor of California, and he chose a black woman named LaQueefa Watermelon-McChicken, or something similar, I don't remember her name and I don't care enough to google it. It's a huge deal to the left because in addition to being black she's also a lesbian, so they basically get to tick a bunch of diversity boxes and call it a historic event. However, in practical terms, all it means is that ultra-leftist California is now represented by a female nog instead of a female jew. In other words, nothing significant has changed and the balance of the Senate is the same as it was before.
Who ends up being House Speaker is a tad more interesting, since McCarthy was a pro-Ukraine neocon and he was ousted by the MAGA faction in the House, the significance being that the neocon faction has lost considerable influence in the Republican party.
The two stories are basically unrelated, though.
Ah, I must've mixed stuff up. I just heard some stuff on the news at my workplace and when I looked it was some negress and I just assumed that's mccarthy's replacement.
I don't know how influential the relatively normal politicians are though; shit's been so bad I've come to believe the whole damn party is just RINOs with a severe money fetish.
>>367413>I don't know how influential the relatively normal politicians are though; shit's been so bad I've come to believe the whole damn party is just RINOs with a severe money fetish.
I don't have a ton of faith left in the system at this point either. But, without getting anyone's hopes up too high, I do think the present trajectory of the Republican party is interesting and worth following. Over the past few years several of the old-guard RINO set have either been primaried out, or have seen the writing on the wall and retired (Mitt Romney, Liz Cheney, etc). Meanwhile, ideas like the Great Replacement that were considered fringe far-right stuff a few years ago are steadily working their way into mainstream discourse. Some of the conservative boomer-blogs I follow like American Thinker and American Greatness are starting to sound more radical as well.
It would be a big stretch to say the Republicans have gone full 1488 or are headed there anytime soon, but the old pro-globalist RINO faction is definitely losing power and is probably on its way out.