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Game Over for CA — New Guv Will Push for Universal Health Care & Free College

California is done. This new governor hates ICE, too.

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California Governor Gavin Newsom is even more liberal than predecessor Jerry Brown.

That’s a scary thought if there ever was one.

Newsom, who despises ICE and enjoys him some illegal immigration, is expected to soon push for universal health care and free college.

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He also apparently refers to his wife as the “first partner” of the Golden State.

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You know, because “first lady” is apparently too oppressive.

From Reuters:

As his 2-year-old son ran on and off the stage, at times pursued by Newsom’s wife, “first-partner” Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the 51-year-old governor vowed to position California – the country’s most populous state with a population of almost 40 million – as a bastion of tolerance and opportunity.

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Newsom, who led efforts to legalize same-sex marriage and was the political force behind the state’s decision to legalize marijuana, sweeps into office with a three-fourths Democratic majority in the state legislature, dominance that could make the state a bellwether as the national party jockeys to find a candidate to run against Trump in 2020.

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A former mayor of San Francisco, Newsom, 51, is expected to seek universal healthcare coverage, push the state to offer free preschool and community college, and continue California’s opposition to Trump’s nationalist stance on immigration.

Before departing office, Brown made sure to defend his “sanctuary state” policies while disparaging the memory of deceased Police Officer Ronil Singh.

Outgoing Democrat California Gov. Jerry Brown decided to defend the state’s sanctuary laws in one of his final acts as governor, saying that Cpl. Ronil Singh’s death had “nothing to do” with them.

Brown: “In this case, the individual had been arrested and actually convicted twice of driving under the influence and there was a warrant out for his arrest and no one picked him up, and he was arrested and brought in to jail and brought into jail before the sanctuary law was even enacted. ICE, the immigration people, could have gone out and gotten him. The police or the sheriff could have told the immigration service.

Right after news broke that Singh was murdered by a “soon-to-be-American-if-Dems-have-their-way,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi went on vacation.

While President Trump remained at the White House for Christmas, Pelosi was in Hawaii.

According to Pelosi, Trump doesn’t even know that Hawaii is part of the United States.

She actually said that.

On camera.

She has to be almost completely gone mentally to even think that one up, as evidenced by her daily brain freezes.

I observed the Christmas holiday for a few days in Hawaii. I cut in half the time I would have had with my family.

And the president may not know this, but Hawaii is part of the United States of America. Maybe he doesn’t realize that. I don’t know where the president observed the religious holiday of Christmas.

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What is “ballot harvesting?”

There’s a reason it’s illegal in 49 of 50 states.

Check this out and try not to be incensed…

California Democrats “stole” the midterm election using a new method that is illegal elsewhere but completely legal in the Golden State: a practice called “ballot harvesting,” which allows third parties to submit mail-in ballots for voters.

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And Demorats are proud of it, mocking Republicans for failing to take advantage of a new law signed by Governor Jerry Brown in 2016, over GOP objections, that allows “ballot harvesting,” and which some Republicans are now blaming for their defeat.

In a nutshell, “harvesting” is easily rife with fraud.

Dems can walk in with “harvested” ballots up to a few days after the election, knowing how many votes they need to steal the election.

It’s a big problem.

Seven Republican seats in the Golden State flipped to Dems weeks after the election.

Seven.

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North Korea Situation Turns Dire as Gov’t Taps Emergency Reserves

Things are taking a turn for the worse under Kim Jong Un.

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Let this be a lesson to all of the would-be despots out there in the world:  Running a hermit kingdom based on dynastic lies and the exploitation of your population is never going to work out in the long run…even in a nation as small as North Korea. For decades, (and generations), the Kim family has ruled over the DPRK with an iron fist, pillaging the population and living in opulence and divine reverence.  Now, with Kim Jong Un still clinging to power despite a number of health concerns, it seems as though the nation is falling into complete ruin. North Korea is releasing emergency military rice reserves as its food shortage worsens, South Korea’s spy agency said Tuesday, with a heat wave and drought reducing the country’s supply. North Korea’s reported food problems come as its moribund economy continues to be battered by the protracted COVID-19 pandemic. And it could get worse still… While mass starvation and social chaos have not been reported, observers expect a further deterioration of North Korea’s food situation until the autumn harvest. Seoul’s National Intelligence Service told a closed-door parliamentary committee meeting that North Korea is supplying rice reserved for wartime use to citizens with little food, other laborers, and rural state agencies, according to Ha Tae-keung, one of the lawmakers who attended the session. North Korea’s tumultuous relationship with the global community will likely limit the amount of assistance they’ll receive from the outside world, as many nations are still engaged in heavy sanctions against the dictatorship.

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Top Rock Band Fires Drummer Because He Can’t Take Vaccine

The rock band Offspring have dumped their own “unsafe” drummer because he is medically unable to take the coronavirus vaccine.

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The rock band Offspring have dumped their own “unsafe” drummer because he is medically unable to take the coronavirus vaccine. The band’s drummer, Pete Parada, said that he is unable to take the coronavirus vaccine because of his medical history. “Given my personal medical history and the side-effect profile of these jabs, my doctor has advised me not to get a shot at this time,” Parada claimed in a social media post. “I caught the virus over a year ago, it was mild for me – so I am confident I’d be able to handle it again, but I’m not so certain I’d survive another post-vaccination round of Guillain-Barré Syndrome which dates back to my childhood and has evolved to be progressively worse over my lifetime. Unfortunately for me, (and my family – who is hoping to keep me around a bit longer) the risks far outweigh the benefits.” But because of his medical problems, the band is dumping him. “Since I am unable to comply with what is increasingly becoming an industry mandate – it has recently been decided that I am unsafe to be around, in the studio, and on tour,” Parada continued. “I mention this because you won’t be seeing me at these upcoming shows. I also want to share my story so that anyone else experiencing the agony and isolation of getting left behind right now – knows they’re not entirely alone.” This month has seen several venues beginning to require both the acts and the fans to be vaccinated or they won’t be allowed to enter the hall. With all this, Parada’s band has dumped him. But he has no hard feelings. “I have no negative feelings towards my band. They’re doing what they believe is best for them, while I am doing the same,”…

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