Last Updated on September 13, 2021
Massive evidence of voting problems is already pouring out from Tuesday’s upcoming California recall election, in which Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom faces expulsion from office. Republican Larry Elder is the leading candidate to replace Newsom if a majority of voters cast their ballot to send Newsom packing. But the massive voting problems are leading to intense scrutiny of the legitimacy of the election. Some voters showed up at the polls and were told that they had already voted in the election — which, of course, they had not.
Former California residents are reporting that they are being harassed to send in their recall ballots. As journalist Elijah Schaeffer joked regarding a text message he received urging him to send in his recall ballot, “Glad to know they mailed me a recall ballot to some address I no longer live at in a state I haven’t voted in since 2018 and haven’t lived in for over 1.2 years.” Journalist Cassandra Fairbanks agreed, “I got that too and I left California like 7 years ago at least.”
I got that too and I left California like 7 years ago at least https://t.co/ObehC570AX
— Cassandra — Peta Kills Animals (@CassandraRules) September 9, 2021
The race is getting intense. NATIONAL FILE REPORTED: Actress and social activist Rose McGowan appeared at an event on Sunday in support of radio host Larry Elder’s effort to defeat Governor Gavin Newsom in the upcoming recall election. McGowan slammed the Newsoms and other so-called liberal establishment elites, and announced that she is no longer a member of the Democrat Party.
“I’ve traveled the world and I’ve had so many people say to me, ‘Americans are the most uneducated,’ not wrong, but, they are wrong in this: It’s undereducated,” McGowan said. “It’s systematic, and it’s done to you all on purpose to keep you part of a complicity machine that benefits few that is not a country, or a state, for everyone. This is a country for people who like hair gel and the Bahamas. And I really wish I had better news, it gives me new pleasure to be the bearer of like, truth, which is sometimes ugly.”