Monterey Park, CA — In Larry Elder, California, a wildfire crisis occurs if streets are flooded with criminals, homeless people are rampant, schools fail, and forests are poorly managed rather than climate change. did not. Existence.
“There are more crimes, more homeless people, exorbitant rises in living costs, and lower standards in public schools,” said a conservative radio host who would replace Governor Gavin Newsom if the recall effort was successful. One Elder said in a Monday speech. “There are five seasons here in California. The fifth is the fire season, and that’s because our forests are poorly managed.”
Elder’s campaign event (at the end of his schedule) in Los Angeles County on Monday was about as many journalists as his supporters, with the exception of the “Victory Party” at a hotel in Orange County on Tuesday night. Seemed to have attended. He spoke at Monterey Park in a park on the hills of San Pedro with the Pacific Ocean and the Port of Los Angeles in the background, and stopped at Philippe The Original, famous for its French dip sandwiches, at lunchtime.
In a statement outside the city hall of Monterey Park, a majority of Asian-American cities in eastern Los Angeles County, Elder tried to take advantage of Newsam’s conservative and other anger over the closure of the coronavirus last year. Another example Elder emphasizes and implements the problem is the failure of public schools, which were largely closed last year in favor of distance learning, and support for school selection.
“Gavin Newsom was sitting in a French Laundry restaurant with the people who drafted the order to violate, so he wasn’t wearing a mask and wasn’t at a social distance. Gavin Newsom himself. The children enjoyed direct private education, “he told a gathering of dozens of supporters, referring to the unmasked Newsam’s dinner at the French Laundry restaurant last year. .. This is an episode that activated the recall movement.
Taking a page from former President Donald Trump’s playbook, Elder’s campaign also sought to arouse the fear of increased crime and portrayed a conservative radio host as someone who could restore “law and order.” ..
During the campaign, the elder suggested that if he lost, he might blame the fraudulent vote, as Mr. Trump did by mistake. But on Monday, when asked if he would accept the results if he lost, he didn’t feed (opinion polls show that Mr. Newsom is likely to win).
“Yes, because I’m going to win,” he told reporters in San Pedro. “I’m very happy with the result. I’m hoping to win, so I’m going to win, so there’s no question about the result.”