Gavin Newsom

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Gavin Newsom
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Governor of California
From: January 7, 2019 – present
Lieutenant Eleni Kounalakis
Predecessor Jerry Brown
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Former Lieutenant Governor of California
From: January 10, 2011 – January 7, 2019
Governor Jerry Brown
Predecessor Abel Maldonado
Successor Eleni Kounalakis
Former Mayor of San Francisco
From: January 8, 2004 – January 10, 2011
Predecessor Willie Brown
Successor Ed Lee
Information
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Kimberly Guilfoyle (div.)
Jennifer Siebel

Gavin Christopher Newsom (born October 10, 1967, age 53) is the Democrat Governor of California, serving since January 2019. He previously served as Lieutenant Governor from 2011 to 2019.

He was the mayor of San Francisco, elected in 2003. He attracted national attention in February, 2004, when he ordered San Francisco's city clerk to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples,[1] despite the fact that this violated state law. Over 4,000 marriage licenses were issued in this manner until the California Supreme Court ordered a halt to this on March 11. All of these marriage licenses were voided by the California Supreme Court on August 12, 2004.

He is a liberal who promotes the homosexual agenda as "normal" and homosexuals as in need of "civil liberties".

  • In 2004, he circumvented California state law so that homosexuals could "marry".
  • In 2005, he had an affair with his campaign manager's wife, Ruby Rippey-Tourk.[2] Even with the public admission of guilt, he was not removed from office.
  • Newsom ignored federal law by allowing those people who are not legally in the U.S. to stay in San Francisco. Refusing to uphold existing laws, he said in 2007, "I will not allow any of my department heads or anyone associated with this city to cooperate in any way shape or form with these raids, we are a sanctuary city, make no mistake about it." [3] Some feel the tragedy of Danielle Bologna's family, in which her husband and two sons were allegedly shot by an illegal immigrant, is a result of Newsom's policy.[4]
  • Newsom organizes the Folsom Street Fair every year. This fair is notorious for public acts of perversion, sex acts, sex toys and public nudity for all residents to observe, including children. The fair has a blasphemous anti-Christian display mocking the "Last Supper" with gays in leather as Christ and his Disciples. In the event's program guide, Newsom says "have a great day and enjoy this wonderful and exciting event."[5]
  • In June 2008, under Newsom's leadership, it was discovered that the city had flown illegal immigrant juveniles out of the country, violating federal law.[6] In addition, Newsom was responsible for a policy that housed law-breaking illegal immigrants at other district group homes, unlocked, from which they quickly escaped into new communities.

In addition, as Governor he has invited women who are living in states that have imposed tighter restrictions on the practice of abortion, to come to California to have their abortions done ("abortion tourism").

Gavin Newsom was married to Kimberly Guilfoyle, now a Fox News host, before obtaining a divorce in 2005. He is currently married to actress Jennifer Siebel.[7]

Newsom briefly was a candidate for Governor of California in 2009 before dropping out after poor poll numbers.[8] He was elected governor in the 2018 gubernatorial election, but after just a few months in office, is now being targeted for recall by a petition campaign calling for his removal from office for declaring California a "sanctuary state" against the public will, his mishandling of the homeless crisis in the state, interference with federal troops at the US-Mexico border, importation of illegal immigrants and tipping them off, in violation of federal law, on how to avoid ICE agents, among other illegal acts and displays of blatant corruption.[9][10]

In mid-November 2020, Newsom was caught violating his own totalitarian coronavirus orders, attending a party that was prohibited under his restrictions.[11]

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