Governor Newsom Blasts GQPers Impeachment Effort as ‘Student Government’

In an interview with CNN’s Dana Bash, California Governor Gavin Newsom had lots to say about the 🤡🤡 clowns 🤡 in the House of Representatives.

  • He mocked House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s decision to launch an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, describing the Republican majority’s actions as “student government.”

“This is a joke. Ready, fire, aim,” Newsom said. “I mean, this is a perversity with what the founding fathers ever conceived of and imagined. So, if that’s the best they could do, give me a break.”

  • Gov. Newsom doesn’t “love” the use of family connections for money.
  • President Biden is “taking the right approach” by not meddling in a federal probe into his son.
  • Newsom criticized former President Donald Trump’s comments that aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” in which the former president claimed some Democrats support abortion rights up to and after birth.

“It’s a canard. It’s a political thing. It’s total BS,” he said. “This is a false flag. This is where they need to go in order to get out of the mess they’ve created, because they don’t believe in fundamental choice and freedom for women.”

  • Newsom said he and many other Democrats support abortion rights until viability, at about 24 weeks.
  • Newsom said he supports members of the United Auto Workers union who are striking, saying that the United States has to address its “fundamental gap” in wealth.

Watch the full interview below:

And in Other CA/Governor Newsom News:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom says he will sign climate-focused transparency laws for big business

 California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Sunday that he plans to sign into law a pair of climate-focused bills intended to force major corporations to be more transparent about greenhouse gas emissions and the financial risks stemming from global warming.

Newsom’s announcement came during an out-of-state trip to New York’s Climate Week, where world leaders in business, politics and the arts are gathered to seek solutions for climate change.

California lawmakers last week passed legislation requiring large businesses from oil and gas companies to retail giants to disclose their direct greenhouse gas emissions as well as those that come from activities like employee business travel.

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