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    LOS ANGELES — California is running so low on oxygen that officials are telling emergency crews to conserve supplies. Ambulances in Los Angeles are backed up outside emergency rooms, sometimes for hours. And the coronavirus vaccine distribution remains so disjointed that a freezer failure that forced immediate inoculations of hundreds of people in Northern California — inmates, older people, and some people on the street — was hailed as an improvement.

    Californians are frustrated, tired and sick. And in the midst of the unfolding catastrophe, Gov. Gavin Newsom — confronting a burgeoning recall effort, on top of a year of wildfires and civil unrest — is under siege.

    “Nobody has been dealt a tougher hand than Gavin Newsom,” Gray Davis, the former California Democratic governor who was recalled in 2003, said in an interview. “Look, I had the energy crisis and a recession. He has a pandemic we haven’t seen for 100 years. He has the fallout from that pandemic, racial injustice, wildfires, and I think I’m leaving something out. But nobody, no living governor, has had to experience as many crises as him.”

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    Robert Drolet
    Robert Drolet
    1 year ago

    Newsome should resign. He should gracefully allow the people to restore sensible and good government back to this state, which means SELF-GOVERNMENT, a restoration of FREEDOM! Stop the Covid nonsense and let’s get back to work and back to school! This entire year has demonstrated repeatedly that the policies of shutting down business, closing schools and churches, social distancing and even MASKING, has NO EFFECT on spread of this flu virus or any other. It is based on false science. It is based on FEAR alone and driven for reasons far removed from medical necessity.

    Jim
    Jim
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Robert Drolet

    You’re regarded

    wolf
    wolf
    1 year ago

    bye bye not soon enough. its hard to imagine they are so dumb and so entitled.
    flip it red

    Robin
    Robin
    1 year ago

    If Californians had done as they were told and stayed home things would be better and we would not be in such dire straits. It seems as though some republicans would rather die of Covid than admit he was right. I support our Governor.

    Need new leader
    Need new leader
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Robin

    Moderator’s note- we do not permit attacks on other readers

    Aristotle
    Aristotle
    1 year ago
    Maybe the only way to solve this problem is to do what the great Governor of Florida has been doing since May.   The first thing is to make sure that the vulnerable people (Older than 59 and immune=compromised patients) are treated with special care and respect.  Healthy people should never be put under quarantine.  Do you really think that masks keep people safe?  Open up everything and let's get back to normal so we can treat it like a virus rather than a death sentence.
    
    Last edited 1 year ago by Aristotle
    Kim
    Kim
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Robin

    Sorry but this is a blue state. This is in Democrats not following the rules

    ann
    ann
    1 year ago

    RECALL!!

    Michael A.
    Michael A.
    1 year ago

    Regarding Gray Davis. He was also recalled because he gave into public employing unions and their demands. Specifically the prison guard union. That decision triggered other unions to make crazy demands and taxpayers have been paying ever since with high sales and other taxes. Thanks Gray.

    Vhdz
    Vhdz
    1 year ago

    Thank you Governor Newsom. I appreciate your efforts for all people in California. We are unfortunately, surrounded by fools who fail to take responsibility for their actions during this Pandemic, and find it easier to blame others.

    Circe
    Circe
    1 year ago

    Is he supposed to come over and personally put the mask on people and make sure they leave a it on? Personal accountability is the main reason we have these issues. Claiming oppression rather than doing one’s part to stop the spread of this virus is the easy way out.
    God forbid people have to sacrifice a little comfort for the greater good. We are now seeing the results of those selfish actions.
    Also, it would help if the president actually gave a $%# about all the states and helped them out. Instead, he vilifies or favors states based on whether he sees them as blue or red and helps accordingly. That fool can’t be gone soon enough.

    Recalling Newsome won’t change peoples’ behavior.

    Michael A
    Michael A
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Circe

    But changing policies will, he was changing rules with no votes from the people in education trying to indoctrinate under the guise Social Responsibility, making rules such as
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a law that would give judges a say on whether to list someone as a sex offender for having oral or anal sex with a minor.

    The bill would expand the discretion currently granted judges in statutory rape cases and was promoted as bringing fairness under the law to LGBTQ defendants.

    The current law, in place for decades, permits judges to decide whether a man should be placed on California’s sex offender registry if he had voluntary intercourse with someone 14 to 17 years old and was no more than 10 years older than the person.

    But that discretion only applied to a man who had vaginal intercourse. The new change permits judges to use that same discretion when the case involves voluntary oral or anal sex.

    The measure won’t apply when a minor is under 14, when the age gap is larger than 10 years, or when either party says the sex wasn’t consensual.

    Michael A.
    Michael A.
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Michael A

    This account should be deleted. It’s too close to my name.

    Citizen Reporter
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Michael A.

    Then try using your full name

    Jamie
    Jamie
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Michael A.

    We know what it stands for.

    Aristotle
    Aristotle
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Jamie

    A = Above average Intelligence.

    Need new leader
    Need new leader
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Circe

    Maybe not but it will change California. It will start a path to recovery.

    Aristotle
    Aristotle
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Circe

    Healthy people should never be put under quarantine. Do you really think that masks keep people safe? Open up everything and let’s get back to normal so we can treat it like a virus rather than a death sentence.

    Erika
    Erika
    1 year ago

    Projecting Trump on to Newsome isn’t a convincing strategy.

    papifis
    papifis
    1 year ago

    Newsom gets exactly what he deserves: removal from office. Total imbecile who has no common sense!

    Michael A.
    Michael A.
    1 year ago

    This state, as dumb as voters are, still deserves better than Newsom. Sign the recall petition and lets get someone else in charge. Hopefully a person who will fight public employee unions and other entrenched groups that are BAD for California.

    Need new leaders
    Need new leaders
    1 year ago
    Reply to  Michael A.

    They didn’t want Trump’s help. They think they know better than he does. Plus, they are afraid he might find out how corrupt they are. Newsom is a dumb ass. He should be trying to help the homeless instead of worrying about the stupid built train. Funding for it should stop. We have way more important issue we need to worry about first. Recall Newsom

    wolf
    wolf
    1 year ago

    wohoo.

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