According to former acting director of national intelligence Ric Grenell, residents in the state of California are totally “sick and tired” of their governor, Gavin Newsom, turning everything into a political issue after having done such a poor job managing the state. He also stated that Newsom isn’t going to be changing anyone’s mind about him with his take on COVID-19 and vaccinations.
“He embodies a political robot,” Grenell stated during a chat on Newsmax’s “John Bachman Now.” “He embodies a political robot. He has no idea what he’s saying.”
He also slammed the Democrat governor for making his announcement concerning COVID-19 shot requirements while standing in front of a Kaiser Permanente facility in Alameda County. While at the company, an integrated managed care consortium, Newsom announced that all state employees and healthcare workers across the state will be required to show proof that they are fully vaccinated. People who can’t get the shots or refuse to will be required to undergo weekly testing under the new rule.
“Why is Kaiser Permanente, allowing this type of politicization of their company?” Grenell went on to say. “We are also seeing ads every day where Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is putting his name on the ads with the California Democratic Party bashing all Republicans as crazy, outlandish right-wingers,” said Grenell. “The California Constitution allows this recall, but yet they are utilizing big businesses to come after Republicans. It’s outrageous. We’re sick and tired of Gavin Newsom politicizing everything…he mismanaged all of our state authorities.”
Meanwhile, as the recall effort pushes forward, Grenell said he wants voters to remember there are two questions involved on the ballot, and the first is more important, as it asks voters simply if they want to recall Newsom.
“No matter who you support…we need to make sure all Californians go out and vote on question one, which is do you want to recall Gavin Newsom,” Grenell continued.
Newsom has chosen to place political agenda in his position, which is always bad news. He seriously thought he could strip away the rights and powers of his constituency and not pay a steep price for it. He’s finding that out right now.