Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Arnold Schwarzenegger
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38th Governor of California
From: November 17, 2003 - January 3, 2011
Predecessor Gray Davis
Successor Jerry Brown
Party Republican
Spouse(s) Maria Shriver (1986=2011)
Religion Roman Catholic

Arnold Alois "Arnie" Schwarzenegger (born July 30, 1947) is an Austrian-born American actor, former politician, former steroid-enhanced bodybuilder, film producer, and businessman. Schwarzenegger served as the RINO Governor of California from 2003 to 2011. A Never-Trumper, Schwarzenegger unsuccessfully replaced President Trump on his reality show The Apprentice, resulting in collapse of the show's ratings. Schwarzenegger was an advocate of nonpartisan redistricting,[1] and most recently has become a cheerleader for globalist's so-called "climate change" (a name that Schwarzenegger wants to replace with something more alarming).[2]

In complete disregard of the First Amendment rights of Trump supporters, Schwarzenegger absurdly compared the mostly peaceful political protest at the United States Capitol Building on January 6 to brutality by Nazi Germany on Kristallnacht.[3] Schwarzenegger's own father, Gustav Schwarzenegger, was himself a Nazi. Schwarzenegger has defended his father's Nazi affiliation, as well as his drunkenness and abuse, claiming this behavior was a result of the guilt and shame he faced, and that his father was lied to by the Nazi government. He also discussed these experiences in a statement concerning the Russia-Ukraine war, which has senselessly wasted more than $50 billion of American money and many lives fighting Vladimir Putin and Russia.[4][5]

Schwarzenegger has also failed to stand up for election integrity, and California has been completely taken over by liberals rewriting election procedures there. To his credit, Schwarzenegger does promote chess and has acted in several of the greatest conservative movies.

Acting career

Schwarzenegger rose to fame with action movies including Commando, Conan the Barbarian and the Terminator franchise. His on-screen presence was characterized by his large stature, as well as his thick Austrian accent. Once one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood, Schwarzenegger has recently returned to acting, following the end of his term as Governor.

Recall Election

After sitting Governor Gray Davis mismanaged electric power deregulation and instituted a new registration tax by executive order, infuriated citizens initiated a petition to place a measure on the ballot to remove him from office. Despite Democratic predictions that the petition would fail, it was delivered to then-Secretary of State Kevin Shelley with more than the required number of signatures. In accordance with the law, Lieutenant Governor Cruz Bustamante became Acting Governor and called a special election for October 7, 2003.

The election was only the second of its kind in United States history. Approximately 180 citizens, from all walks of life, declared candidacy. Schwarzenegger was rumored to be considering a run for office, which was confirmed on an appearance on the NBC TV Tonight Show. Schwarzenegger easily defeated Cruz Bustamante in the election.

After the election was over, Schwarzenegger was sworn in on November 17, 2003, to serve the remainder of Davis' term. Despite a period of sagging poll numbers, Schwarzenegger was reelected by a landslide on November 7, 2006. He defeated Democrat Phil Angelides, the then-State Treasurer of California.

Political views

Despite supposedly being a "Republican", he holds mainly liberal views. He is a supporter of gun control and environmentalism. He is a staunch supporter of a law that mandates the use of Californian taxpayer money to fund stem cell research - which is the cloning and killing of human embryos for experimentation; he is also pro-abortion. Arnold officially approved an assisted suicide measure, allowing nurses to sedate, dehydrate and starve depressed or confused individuals they consider to be "terminally ill"[6] (See euthanasia). Governor Schwarzenegger also campaigned against the famous California Proposition 8. He married Maria Shriver, a famous journalist who is a member of the historically liberal Kennedy Family. Because of these and other policies, he is often referred to as a "RINO," a "Republican in Name Only", by many real Republicans. Other sources have labeled him a "California Republican", meaning that his fiscal policies are conservative but his views on culture are liberal, reflecting the general attitude of many Californians. During his time as governor, the debt of California continued to balloon, forcing the state to pay IOU's for a period in 2009. Due to the budget crisis's under his tenure, Republicans lost the state to Democrat Former Governor Jerry Brown in the 2010 Gubernatorial election.[Citation Needed]


Screw your freedom.

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  6. California approves nurse-assisted suicide Worldnetdaily, October 02, 2008

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