Radically far-left California Governor Gavin Newsom must still be salty about President Trump canceling $1 billion that was supposed to be headed the Golden State’s way.
Even if they got that money, though, Jerry Brown’s successor probably still would’ve signed this bill into law.
Here’s the scoop…
California governor Gavin Newsom has signed a law into immediate effect that would require President Trump to disclose his tax returns in order to appear on the California Republican primary ballot.Trending:
The law, which was approved by the legislature along party lines earlier this month, requires all presidential and gubernatorial candidates to disclose the past five years’ worth of tax returns in order to appear on a primary ballot.
California is one of those places where even the most bizarre news can appear somewhat mundane.
The Golden State is politically governed by the massive populations living near its southern beaches, with Los Angeles, Hollywood, and other liberal locales completely overtaking the rural, conservative corners of Cali in terms of political might.
This means that, despite what a great many Californians think, the progressives on the Pacific get to call the shots.
This has led to a great many bizarre pieces of legislation sprouting up in California, including their latest push to ban travel-sized toiletries.
Trump is raking in more cash in the Golden State than all but two 2020 Dems.
Go figure, huh?
Appearing on Nexus with Matthew Moore, social media star Bill Mitchell and Yippy CEO Rich Granville seriously schooled Mashable’s liberal writer Matt Binder about the threat of Google attempting to rig the coming 2020 election.
Part of TRT World, Moore’s Nexus is a fast-paced look at the news of the day featuring a unique ten-screen studio. Moore breaks down the news using a stream of data from the Internet and tries to focus on the big picture as well as the finer details.
“Nexus uses original digital research to give a unique insight into the news. It’s informative and entertaining addition to TRT World’s programming,” according to former Executive Producer Sarah Head.
Mitchell, Granville, and Binder appeared on Nexus on July 4th as host Moore explored the idea that Google is trying to rig the 2020 elections against Donald Trump by manipulating Internet searches.
Moore opened the program noting that Project Veritas effectively proved that Google has plans to swing the election to whoever the Democrat nominee will be. Google denies it, but the evidence seems overwhelming that Google’s public protestations are false.
That set up the discussion between his three guests.
Conservatives may want to begin boycotting Google if they haven’t already.
The anti-conservative bias the outlet has shown on a daily basis since the 2016 election is otherworldly.