In 2016, we all said that if Trump became president, he would stack our Supreme Court with a bunch of wing nut extremists and he did. Now, CA gubernatorial candidate, Larry Elder, vows to replace Senator Feinstein with a wing nut extremist if she steps down or dies and he wins CA’s recall election. Larry Elder, or any of the other unqualified candidates on the list of many, could easily hand the Senate over to Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s control. Let that sink in if you live in CA and have not yet voted.
During an interview with far right extremist Mark Levin, Elder vowed to replace Senator Feinstein with a Republican if he wins the recall election:
“They’re afraid I’m going to replace her with a Republican, which I most certainly would do and that would be an earthquake in Washington, D.C.
Elder also claimed that DiFi is in “an even worst mental condition than Joe Biden.”
The recall election is surprisingly close as Republicans are using the frustration among California voters over the state’s pandemic response to garner energy for the Sept. 14 election; however, a recent poll shows Newsom still coming out on top in the election despite Republican efforts to oust him.
Other very ‘astute an inspirational’ musings from Wing Nut Extraordinaire, Larry Elder:
Larry Elder disclosed sexual harassment allegations on 2011 radio show, but implied one woman was too ugly for it to be true
“This woman who tried to break the contract, not to compete and then accused me of hitting on her,” Elder said in one episode. “That’s how, that’s how she put it. If you had seen her, you would know that the picture would be a complete defense. I’m just saying.”
Elder later said the claim, made while he owned and operated a legal executive search firm in the 1980s, was false and said the woman backed down when he threatened to sue her for defamation.
Republican Recall Candidate Larry Elder Under Fire For False Claims About Kids And COVID-19
“I don’t believe that the science says young people can be vaccinated. I don’t believe the science suggests that young people should have to wear masks at school. I’m not sure the science is settled on that at all. And young people are not likely to contract the coronavirus and if they do, they’re likely to be mild and if they do, they’re not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die.”