Beware America, Gavin Newsom Is Running For President

King Gavin has bought TV time to run for Governor—in Florida—so far not in California.  He has joined national social media and debating Federal issues—he does not talk about our crime wave, his actions causing us a lack of water and energy—plus the scandal of failed schools used to indoctrinate, discriminate and bully students.

“Newsom has said publicly that he has no presidential ambitions. But it’s no secret that he’s been groomed for White House occupancy by rich, progressive San Francisco elites. And now he’s “picking exactly the kinds of fights that presidential candidates like to pick” and is “clearly laying the groundwork for a presidential run,” in 2028 if not 2024.

California, the “damn state” Newsom swears he loves, was once the destination for those who wanted a better life and were willing to work for it. Now, both residents and businesses are fleeing. They’re fed up with confiscatory taxation, a can’t-do-business-here regulatory regime, an extreme cost of living that’s been driven by public policy, and a prohibition agenda that threatens to ban every consumer convenience Americans have grown accustomed to.”

Just another elitist who thinks he is entitled.  He has done to California what he did to San Fran as Mayor—destroyed its future.  He can finish the job of Biden in killing off the United States.

Beware America, Gavin Newsom Is Running For President

I & I Editorial Board, 6/29/22 

The governor of the biggest state in the country has said he isn’t running for president. But there’s no question Gavin Newsom wants to be in the White House. The only question: Is this country foolish enough to elect such a miserable failure?

Newsom has said publicly that he has no presidential ambitions. But it’s no secret that he’s been groomed for White House occupancy by rich, progressive San Francisco elites. And now he’s “picking exactly the kinds of fights that presidential candidates like to pick” and is “clearly laying the groundwork for a presidential run,” in 2028 if not 2024.

California, the “damn state” Newsom swears he loves, was once the destination for those who wanted a better life and were willing to work for it. Now, both residents and businesses are fleeing. They’re fed up with confiscatory taxation, a can’t-do-business-here regulatory regime, an extreme cost of living that’s been driven by public policy, and a prohibition agenda that threatens to ban every consumer convenience Americans have grown accustomed to.

No longer golden, California is the center of the universe for homelessness. At 4.3%, the state’s unemployment is worse than in all but seven states, the poverty rate is higher than in any other state, blackouts are becoming more rule than exception, soft-on-crime policies have shown up in ugly street crimes, a politically created drought has a distinct Third World feel, and personal freedom is on the decline while economic freedom has been near rock bottom for more than two decades.

No, Newsom did not create these problems. But his party did. And as governor, he’s done nothing to solve them, which he was elected to do. He has talked a lot, though, and has yet to see a camera or microphone that didn’t need his presence.

In many cases, the problems have actually become more profound under Newsom’s watch. For instance, he said in 2004 – as homelessness was falling in the city – that as mayor he would solve San Francisco’s homelessness crisis. Yet homelessness in the city has grown since then, and the homeless population across the state grew 42% between 2014 and 2020 even as it fell 9% in the rest of the U.S.

How can the governor of the state that is “home” to almost 30% of the country’s homeless yet makes up only 12% of the U.S. population, who has watched over his state’s decline in so many areas, be a credible candidate for president?

Furthering Newsom’s disqualifications is his “education” from the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders program, which is not as benign as its name suggests. The WEF is, of course, an anti-capitalist organization that is working to “reset” – meaning wreck – liberal economies because its leaders believe free markets are unsustainable. Its founder, Klaus Schwab, provided even greater insight into the plan when he wrote that the COVID-19 pandemic is an “unprecedented opportunity to reimagine our world.”

Having never been asked to participate, we have to assume that what is taught through the Young Global Leaders program, whose “graduates” already infest government and politics in this country at their highest levels, is in line with the WEF in “calling for countless socialist and progressive plans.” Given our bleak national outlook, we’d be much better off with fewer YGL and WEF influences than more. 

Newsom is a well-connected narcissist more concerned with his image and his place among progressives, whose approval and praise he craves. As an elected official, he’s useless, and that’s on his best days. Unless he runs for president in 2024, he will be California’s problem for another 51/2 years. Just don’t make him America’s problem for four or more.

About Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank is the publisher and editor of California Political News and Views. He speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows. He is a fulltime political consultant.

Comments

  1. Jim Coles says

    Gav The Wanker for President???
    Bwahahahaha bwahahahaha bwahahahaha.
    It would require 20 more years of Leftist indoctrination & propaganda to beat Americans down enough to elect that wanking piece of dirt to national office.
    … And the Left barely has 20 months of power left, much less 20 years.
    So Gav — listen up, dood, it ain’t happenin’ … ever.

    • Boris Badenov says

      If you believe we have honest elections you might have missed 2020 and more recently HairGel’s recall and the primaries where HairGel keeps ‘winning’. Welcome to Fraud Inc.

  2. Totallyfedup says

    I have been a Californian for 50 years.
    I tried to warn people about comrade Kamala Harris.
    Now, I warn you, you really do not want sneaky, crooked newsom anywhere near the Oval Office.
    He is a walking disaster factory, just like sloppy joe biden.
    Pay attention, don’t get burned again.

  3. Cal Witeflit says

    I’m glad he took out these adds. Why should California be the only ones to see hope big of an imbecile new scum really is.
    Have fun with it by driving every time this idiot stammers Uhhhhhh in his speeches. You won’t remember he is speaking within 10 minutes.

  4. Really??? says

    If he is smart he should give his kick off party at the French Laundry.

    He should promote his failure to cancel the High Speed Rail he deemed a broken project.

    He should puff up about taking $6 Billion from Road gasoline tax funds for bike paths fewer people are using.

    He should make a big deal about promoting illegals and giving them welfare and socialized medicine.

    Get it? The rest of the nation is not that stupid. The border States except Calif. have had it.

    Run …. PLEASE RUN.

    • Greg Rodgers says

      That’s funny about the Bike paths…what a dangerous joke: “3 feet of distance into oncoming traffic please”
      CalTrans took out ~50 Old Growth Oak trees on 175 to …widen the road for safety purposes
      We simply ended up with Bike paths that are as large as the Auto paths…AND
      Not one Bike in 2 years! ( Ok, maybe 1 ; )
      SHARE THE ROAD???
      SHARE THE COST….

  5. Greg Rodgers says

    He’s the Hollywood version of Bernie Sanders…
    The Dems Love em
    He’s destroyed 80,000 small businesses; and 60% say, “more power to him”…no really
    He’s the Anti Leader, leading the way for a permanent underclass
    And…
    He’s promised another bribe in gas rebates (up to $1000!) that we’ll never see, and yet the bribe will still work!

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