Vice President Kamala Harris joins California Gov. Gavin Newsom rallying against the California gubernatorial recall election on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021, in San Leandro, Calif. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)
UPDATED 9:30 AM PT – Thursday, September 9, 2021
Less than a week remains for California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) to save his job. On Wednesday, the desperate Democrat brought Vice President Kamala Harris back to her home state in an attempt to excite his base.
This move may have backfired, however, with critics slamming Harris for campaigning when servicemen and woman are still in the hospital recovering from the Kabul airport attack. That, however, did not stop Harris from fanning the flames of Democrat mediocrity and supporting Newsom in a generic stump speech.
“They are putting so many resources and time into trying to take out Gavin Newsom,” she stated. “It is because of his vision. It is because of the agenda. It is because of who he fights for. And so, we are here to say today we fight for Gavin Newsom. ”
Harris also presented a defensive front as she attempted to demonize Republicans and used her time in California to talk about Texas.
“They’re thinking that if they can get this done in California, they can go around the country and do this,” she continued. “You’ve got to understand what’s happening right now. What’s happening in Texas, what’s happening in Georgia.”
Political sociologist Mindy Romero said the California recall election could lead to recall efforts against a slew of Democrat governor’s even if they are unsuccessful.
“So across the country, as the midterms come closer, what happens in California is going to be part of that larger narrative,” explained Romero. “And, of course if you know, if it’s close or if he’s indeed recalled, it will fuel and encourage potentially other recall efforts, certainly fundraising.”
Meanwhile, according to experts, the Republican state of Texas is a top destination for Californians escaping the far-left policies of the Newsom-led government.