We may never know the true outcome of the 2020 presidential election. No one is going to bother to check and see whether voter fraud took place in states like New York and California. What do you suppose auditors would find if they did look at those states, which everyone sort of assumes Joe Biden naturally won? People were looking at me cross-eyed two months before the election when I was saying it looked and felt like Trump was going to win California. Biden support was invisible, while Trump support was boldly visible everywhere (except San Francisco). Take a look at how some of the ballot measures were decided in California and then ask yourself: Does it sound like Joe Biden won California, or Donald Trump?
Prop 15: This would have raised commercial property taxes. Many businesses in California are still under partial shutdown because of Governor Gavin Newsome’s insane leftist policies. But raising taxes on those businesses was on the ballot. All of the polls predicted it would pass by a wide margin. 52% of voters rejected it. Fun fact: Governor Newsome is Nancy Pelosi’s nephew. Makes total sense now.
Prop 16: This was the wokest of woke politics measures: It would allowed racial discrimination in hiring preferences and would have brought back racial quotas in hiring. White Americans are already second-class citizens in California due to mass immigration. But Prop 16 would been the next step before marching whites to the plantation. Polls predicted it would pass by a wide margin. 57.1% of voters said “Nope.”
Prop 17: This proposition would have restored voting rights to people on parole – you know, like President Trump’s criminal justice reform bill? 58.6% of voters in California supported this “Trumpian” policy.
Prop 18: This would have lowered the voting age to 17. While it’s not quite lowering the voting age to 16, which Kamala Harris wants to do, Prop 18 came close enough to earn her endorsement. Voters rejected it, 56% to 44%.
Prop 21: This proposition would have expanded rent control in California, by imposing a 5% plus CPI on all multi-family homes. It was basically a tax increase on the upper middle class, which would also have the effect of increasing everyone’s rent in order to… um… defeat the patriarchy or something. California voters ditched yet another tax increase, this time by a margin of 60% to 40%.
Prop 22: The California legislature banned independent contracting back on January 1st of this year. While the bill was ostensibly an attempt to create another giant Democrat-Party-funding labor union out of Uber and Lyft, the effect was to instantaneously demolish the entire gig economy. More than 300 freelancing careers were banned overnight by government fiat. Prop 22 was the voters’ chance to push back against this insane new law that made “making a living” illegal for more than 10 million people. Prop 22 passed, with 58.6% of voters flipping the California legislature the bird.
For those who are paying attention: That was Joe Biden’s platform.
Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and the Democrat Party want to raise everyone’s taxes. They want racial discrimination allowed in hiring practices. What did everyone think they were talking about when they ceaselessly praised “diversity” at the DNC Convention last summer? Joe Biden authored the 1994 Crime Bill, which Trump’s criminal justice reforms rolled back.
Democrats want to lower the voting age. It would give them a giant batch of teenage voters whose heads have been filled with years of socialist mush and propaganda. Likewise, Democrats want to destroy the suburbs through rent control, building section 8 housing in their neighborhoods, and other similar policies. If they could move all of the homeless camps in next door to you, so much the better. Serves you right for not voting for them.
And of course, it is the Democrats who are pushing the PRO Act in Congress. That’s a bill that would impose a federal ban on independent contractors. You can’t operate as your own small business if that passes into law. All freelancers must join some sort of union, which naturally will funnel dues straight back into the Democrat Party. Too bad about your family and your livelihood, though.
No one’s ever going to check the integrity of the vote in California. But looking at how the ballot measures turned out, who do you think really won the state this year?