California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder was marching with his supporters through his Venice neighborhood on Wednesday when he was attacked by left-wing opponents.
The presumably racist white liberals, judging by their skin tone and their monkey masks, sending clear racist overtones, threw eggs at the conservative talk show host, who threatens to unseat California governor Gavin Newsom. Watch:
“Videos of the incident show a first egg flying through the air and nearly hitting Elder,” Fox News noted. “A member of Elder’s team is then seen putting his arm on the candidate’s back and saying: ‘We’re getting egged from behind’.”
The Los Angeles Times has been in a complete freak-out over the threat posed by Larry Elder to Gavin Newsom. The LA Times non-satirically ran a column that called him the “black face of white supremacy,” ran more columns supporting the ridiculous assertion, and claimed that somehow life would ‘get harder‘ for blacks in California if Elder would be elected in the recall.
The polling coming out of California are aimed to demoralize the state’s Republican residents and suppress the opposition vote. Numerous left-wing polls show that the majority of Californians prefer to “keep” Newsom rather than replace him with someone more competent. Californians should only care about one poll, and that is the one the ends on Tuesday, September 14.
If Newsom’s spot as California governor was secure, you wouldn’t have former President Barack Obama cutting throwaway ads supporting him, or a vice president taking time out of her presumably busy schedule to campaign for him, as Kamala Harris did on Wednesday.
“California Gov. Gavin Newsom has been doing everything he can to persuade women to vote ‘no’ on the Republican effort to oust him in Tuesday’s recall election, and in Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday he got his most high-profile surrogate to date to help deliver that message,” CNN reported.
“The former California senator, who remains enormously popular among Democratic women and progressive voters of color,” CNN claimed, “argued that the national consequences of this election could be huge if Newsom is replaced by a Republican.”
“You have to understand that this recall campaign is about California, and it’s about a whole lot more,” Harris said. CNN argued that Harris was “trying to nationalize the race by voicing her outrage about the conservative agenda, particularly Texas’ restrictive abortion law that went into effect last week.”
“In her biggest political event since she and President Joe Biden won the 2020 election, Wednesday’s rally also gave the vice president the chance to test-drive a midterm election message for the White House, following weeks of tumult for the administration and some early criticism of her performance,” the report added.
That seems like a lot of campaign effort being expended for a California governor whose recall election is a ‘sure thing.’ But one thing is for certain: There are a lot of angry mama grizzlies out there in California who do not want to see the despotic Democratic governor return to office. They will need to show up in full force to make sure that Newsom doesn’t.