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Donald Trump’s team released a statement from the former president via email on September 14, alleging that there had been a “rigged vote” in California’s no-confidence vote.
Insiders and HQ Decision Office The race called for Governor Gavin Newsom at 8:21 p.m. PT. Newsom survived the summons and beat 46 other candidates, including Controversial Leading Republican Party Contender Larry Elder. Insider received the email from Trump’s team less than an hour after polls closed in California.
“People don’t realize that despite voting fraud in California (I call it ‘pooled ballots’), it got 1.5 million more votes in 2020 than it did in 2016,” Trump wrote in the statement.
Trump continued to acknowledge that Newsom “could win,” focusing on the governor’s handling of California drought.
“The place is so crowded, however, that a guy who can’t even bring water to his state, which I got federal approval to do (and that’s the hard part), will probably win,” Trump continued.
“Billions of gallons of water coming into California are sent from the north to the sea, instead of being spread across the state. This is to protect the small delta odor, which is now getting worse without water,” Trump wrote.
California has a history of water flow in the Pacific and lose. And the smell of the delta, a little blue fish Lives only in San Francisco Bay and the Sacramento Delta San JoaquinHe, Trump wrote in the statement, in critical condition.
Trump also won federal approval to divert water to irrigate farms in 2019, but New York times I mentioned that this necessitates raising the protection of the fish like the smell of the delta. In fact, Trump’s actions may have pushed the fish further toward extinction, in 2019 Guardian’s report. In October 2018, Trump signed a note Requiring federal agencies to slow the flow of water to Central Valley farms, which would have left the smell without the fresh, cool water they need to survive and thrive.
Trump continued in the statement that there are similarities between the California impeachment vote and the 2020 presidential election.
Trump wrote: “A lot of people are already complaining that when they go to vote they are told, ‘I’m sorry, I already voted’ (just like in 2020, among many other things).
there There is no evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 elections And The judges ruled resoundingly Against Trump campaign lawsuits alleging fraud occurred in 12 states, including Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania.
according to The Poynter Institute’s Political Fact CheckerThere have been two instances of voters being mistakenly told that they had actually voted in this year’s California impeachment election. However, they were allowed to cast their provisional votes, and there is no evidence that GOP voters were targeted.