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Gavin Newsom: A Governer we can all get behind... and push out of office

Gruesome.

Today, Former San Diego Mayor and would-be replacement governor Kevin Faulconer unveiled his first campaign poster, an attack ad on beleaguered governor Gavin Newsom that doesn’t even mention Faulconer’s name. “I have a lot of strengths,” said Faulconer at the unveiling, “but really, they aren’t nearly as important as Newsom’s weaknesses. Hate and fear are much stronger motivating forces than love and courage, which is why nothing brings people together like a common enemy. And in this case, there are so many people with so many reasons to want Gavin gone. Whether you’re a rich white liberal who’s suspicious of vaccines and also sick of being stuck at home with your rotten kids, or a poor white conservative who hates the way he’s driving businesses out of the state and also his curtailing of freedom through on-again, off-again lockdowns, or just a struggling apolitical minority who’s sick of watching the elite flaunt the rules they lay down for the rest of us, dining maskless at the French Laundry while your neighborhood taqueria goes out of business, you know he must go. And when he does, well, I’ll be around. See you on election day!"
Today, Former San Diego Mayor and would-be replacement governor Kevin Faulconer unveiled his first campaign poster, an attack ad on beleaguered governor Gavin Newsom that doesn’t even mention Faulconer’s name. “I have a lot of strengths,” said Faulconer at the unveiling, “but really, they aren’t nearly as important as Newsom’s weaknesses. Hate and fear are much stronger motivating forces than love and courage, which is why nothing brings people together like a common enemy. And in this case, there are so many people with so many reasons to want Gavin gone. Whether you’re a rich white liberal who’s suspicious of vaccines and also sick of being stuck at home with your rotten kids, or a poor white conservative who hates the way he’s driving businesses out of the state and also his curtailing of freedom through on-again, off-again lockdowns, or just a struggling apolitical minority who’s sick of watching the elite flaunt the rules they lay down for the rest of us, dining maskless at the French Laundry while your neighborhood taqueria goes out of business, you know he must go. And when he does, well, I’ll be around. See you on election day!"

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Today, Former San Diego Mayor and would-be replacement governor Kevin Faulconer unveiled his first campaign poster, an attack ad on beleaguered governor Gavin Newsom that doesn’t even mention Faulconer’s name. “I have a lot of strengths,” said Faulconer at the unveiling, “but really, they aren’t nearly as important as Newsom’s weaknesses. Hate and fear are much stronger motivating forces than love and courage, which is why nothing brings people together like a common enemy. And in this case, there are so many people with so many reasons to want Gavin gone. Whether you’re a rich white liberal who’s suspicious of vaccines and also sick of being stuck at home with your rotten kids, or a poor white conservative who hates the way he’s driving businesses out of the state and also his curtailing of freedom through on-again, off-again lockdowns, or just a struggling apolitical minority who’s sick of watching the elite flaunt the rules they lay down for the rest of us, dining maskless at the French Laundry while your neighborhood taqueria goes out of business, you know he must go. And when he does, well, I’ll be around. See you on election day!”

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Today, Former San Diego Mayor and would-be replacement governor Kevin Faulconer unveiled his first campaign poster, an attack ad on beleaguered governor Gavin Newsom that doesn’t even mention Faulconer’s name. “I have a lot of strengths,” said Faulconer at the unveiling, “but really, they aren’t nearly as important as Newsom’s weaknesses. Hate and fear are much stronger motivating forces than love and courage, which is why nothing brings people together like a common enemy. And in this case, there are so many people with so many reasons to want Gavin gone. Whether you’re a rich white liberal who’s suspicious of vaccines and also sick of being stuck at home with your rotten kids, or a poor white conservative who hates the way he’s driving businesses out of the state and also his curtailing of freedom through on-again, off-again lockdowns, or just a struggling apolitical minority who’s sick of watching the elite flaunt the rules they lay down for the rest of us, dining maskless at the French Laundry while your neighborhood taqueria goes out of business, you know he must go. And when he does, well, I’ll be around. See you on election day!"
Today, Former San Diego Mayor and would-be replacement governor Kevin Faulconer unveiled his first campaign poster, an attack ad on beleaguered governor Gavin Newsom that doesn’t even mention Faulconer’s name. “I have a lot of strengths,” said Faulconer at the unveiling, “but really, they aren’t nearly as important as Newsom’s weaknesses. Hate and fear are much stronger motivating forces than love and courage, which is why nothing brings people together like a common enemy. And in this case, there are so many people with so many reasons to want Gavin gone. Whether you’re a rich white liberal who’s suspicious of vaccines and also sick of being stuck at home with your rotten kids, or a poor white conservative who hates the way he’s driving businesses out of the state and also his curtailing of freedom through on-again, off-again lockdowns, or just a struggling apolitical minority who’s sick of watching the elite flaunt the rules they lay down for the rest of us, dining maskless at the French Laundry while your neighborhood taqueria goes out of business, you know he must go. And when he does, well, I’ll be around. See you on election day!"

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Today, Former San Diego Mayor and would-be replacement governor Kevin Faulconer unveiled his first campaign poster, an attack ad on beleaguered governor Gavin Newsom that doesn’t even mention Faulconer’s name. “I have a lot of strengths,” said Faulconer at the unveiling, “but really, they aren’t nearly as important as Newsom’s weaknesses. Hate and fear are much stronger motivating forces than love and courage, which is why nothing brings people together like a common enemy. And in this case, there are so many people with so many reasons to want Gavin gone. Whether you’re a rich white liberal who’s suspicious of vaccines and also sick of being stuck at home with your rotten kids, or a poor white conservative who hates the way he’s driving businesses out of the state and also his curtailing of freedom through on-again, off-again lockdowns, or just a struggling apolitical minority who’s sick of watching the elite flaunt the rules they lay down for the rest of us, dining maskless at the French Laundry while your neighborhood taqueria goes out of business, you know he must go. And when he does, well, I’ll be around. See you on election day!”

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Almost factual news or not, Faulconer should not be the one to replace Newsom should he be recalled.

March 5, 2021

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