Dems Play the Trump Card in California Recall Election
“A blow out.”
That’s what I said Monday on Newsmax when I was asked what I thought would happen in Tuesday’s gubernatorial recall election in California.
It didn’t surprise me that in a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans by 3-1 the “No” vote for recalling Democrat Gavin Newsom won more than 60 percent of the vote.
I had been predicting for months that Newsom, no matter how awful he has been, would easily hold on to his job.
It’s not that I had a crystal ball or I’m a political genius or anything.
It’s just that unlike a lot of conservatives, I can recognize election fraud in California when I see it.
The fraud I’m talking about has nothing to do with any dirty tricks pulled by the Democrats.
The fraud in this week’s recall election – just like the fraud in every recent and future election in California – was the Republican Party.
Republicans around the country still think they have a competitive party in the former "Golden State," but that hasn’t been true for a long, long time.
Just 24 percent of the electorate are registered as Republicans, which is why Newsom won in a walk, Joe Biden crushed Donald Trump by 5 million votes and Democrats have controlled the state assembly for decades.