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Did you get to witness any of the super bloom in Southern Cal?
Sadly no. Several family made it out to Borrego Springs, which an excellent vantage point overlooking the Anza Borrego desert valley floor. With the prolonged rain in January & February, this years bloom was nearly as spectacular as 2019.
Brokebackboy voted for Hillary. Brokeback boy thinks Governor newsom is doing a good job and Como are doing a good job.
That being said, call him an idiot
Relative to Cuomo,Newsome is doing a fantastic job.
In his inaugural address one year ago, Gov. Gavin Newsom said of California, “This is where America’s future is made. This is our charge. That is our calling.”
Gov. Newsom has had a full year, and a supermajority of Democrats in the Legislature. And yet with this power and ability to fix California’s pressing problems, I must give Gov. Newsom a solid F for his first year in office.
California has serious issues and needs serious leaders to fix them.
Homelessness Crisis, F. California’s homelessness epidemic is out of control and is worsening. While some may say that Gov. Newsom inherited this issue, one doesn’t need to look farther than the epicenter of the crisis, San Francisco, to see then Mayor Newsom’s fingerprints on this problem long before he entered the governor’s office.
In the year that he has been at the helm, California’s homelessness crisis has exploded. According to US News and World Report, “The most populous state in the United States, California saw the largest spike to its homeless population with an increase of 21,306 people in 2019, which was more than the total national increase of every other state combined.” For this alone, Gov. Newsom should be fired. In any private sector job, he would be.
Housing Costs, F. There is no relief from Golden State’s skyrocketing housing costs. Red tape often hinders housing development or makes the costs prohibitively high so new projects take years to complete or are abandoned altogether. Where is Gov. Newsom?
Instead of helping people who can’t find an affordable place to live, he is fast-tracking a new sports arena for his rich buddies in Los Angeles. It’s unconscionable that these barriers to development are removed for a sports franchise and not hard working Californians who are struggling to make ends meet. It is yet another example of Gov. Newsom forgetting the people he was elected to serve.
Transparency, F. The hallmark of untrustworthy politicians is when they say one thing and do another. There is no better example than Gov. Newsom’s raid on California’s gas tax. While Californians struggle to pay the highest gas taxes in the country, Newsom is unilaterally deciding to move that money away from its promised goal: fixing our broken roads. California’s roads are crumbling and our infrastructure is a mess. Yet these funds are being moved away from roads to other uses of the governor’s choosing.
Education, F. California’s schools are failing our children. We consistently rank low in education nationwide, yet Gov. Newsom and the Democrats, emboldened by their union supporters, have done nothing. Despite continuing to spend billions on education, the California State Auditor recently found that “the state’s approach has not ensured that significant funding is benefiting students.”
That simple statement says so much – our tax dollars are not helping the most vulnerable population with the most vital aspect of our state: the public education of our kids.
Gov. Newsom and the Democrats have been beholden for far too long to the teachers’ unions, which in turn fail the best and brightest teachers who must fix problems created by union-protected bad teachers, and block major changes to California’s failing education system. That must change, Our state’s future depends on it.
The democraps are still enforcing strict Covid-19 protocol while they get paid, encouraging Americans to stay home and go bankrupt for the 2020 election