Jan 242021
 

The LA Times decided to attack the recall effort against Gavin Newsom in a blatant article trying to separate disaffected democrats from the movement. With north of 1.2 Million signatures in the tank, they are starting to sweat. Familiarize yourself with the two reporters:

Anita Chabria has written articles for various publications and has been consistently anti law-enforcement and fixated on the “extreme right” authoring several articles I could find that were as dubious as any election fraud theory. She is also a graduate of berkeley. Enough said

Paige St John has made a career attacking business, the insurance industry and if you look close she also covered Bush vs Gore (in a very pro Gore manner) in her past trevails. She fancies herself as an investigative reporter and her fellow leftist jounrnos gave her a pulitzer prize for a one-sided attack series against property insurers in Florida. (Think hurricanes and reporters demanding insurance carriers cover everything) What Paige does not know is I remember the media assault on Insurance Carriers in Florida, it caused rates to go up 50% while people like her celebrated some sort of victory for social justice. 

This story features several reaches and infers that some fringe players are somehow running the recall effort. Paige especially knows better – but as a career partisan sell-out journalist it appears she felt honor bound to double down on Gavin Newsom. No reasonable person could read the smearing of several private citizens and infer anything other than an attempt to try and keep democrats and left-leaning independents from signing the recall. 

RecallGavin2020 Campaign Issues Official Statement regarding “political hit job” conducted by Los Angeles Times

Media Contact:

Randy Economy, Senior Advisor, RecallGavin2020.com
[email protected]
                 

Los Angeles, CA:  On Sunday, January 24, 2021 the Los Angeles Times published a news article “Recall Newsom effort has ties to far-right movements, including QAnon, and virus skeptics.”

With the recall gaining steam and 1.2 million signatures already gathered, some in the press have launched a campaign of their own to smear and attack individual recall volunteers.

The Los Angeles Times has sunk to an all-time low in its bias coverage of the official recall campaign, to create a divisive and polarizing narrative. The article is an obvious attempt to stifle progress, distract the public and bully others from getting involved.

Good, hardworking and dedicated volunteers from all walks of life, political backgrounds and socio-economic levels are laser focused on the task at hand, and that is the successful removal of California Governor Gavin Newsom from office in 2021.

Such biased journalism that was authored by political activist reporters Anita Chabria and Paige St. John is harmful to the democratic process in which people are merely exercising their rights guaranteed them by the constitution.

Californians from all walks of life have signed the petition for personal reasons of their own, which have nothing to do with the personal beliefs of any individual member. This movement is about bad policies and fixing a broken system, not individual personalities. When successful, the recall will trigger a special election later this Summer and Californians will have an opportunity to choose a new Governor.

RecallGavin2020.com is a peaceful, nonpartisan movement and has many active volunteers. Everyone involved is entitled to their own personal opinions, that is what a Democracy is all about.  We decry all aspects of racism and hate.  We denounce any individual or group who engages in acts of violence, vandalism, or make threats on any level.

–Randy Economy

Senior Advisor

Media Spokesman

RecallGavin2020.com

Dec 192020
 

A hollow endorsement and some deceptive fundraising emails is the extent of the support for the Recall from the State Party.

However, here is Travis Allen. This is what should be done: (Note the key difference between this fundraiser email and the CAGOP’s fundraising emails – leave a comment if you figure it out)

 

Take Back California
Steve,

Gavin Newsom is at the end of his rope. Time after time, he scoffs at Californians and subjects us to strict executive orders from his office.

Shortly after photos surfaced of Gavin Newsom’s hypocritical French Laundry dinner party and exposed him as having lied about the details, he imposed another strict lockdown on the state that comes with unwarranted regulations on businesses and an illogical districting of counties.

How long will Californians continue to sit back and be content with being lied to? The answer: not much longer.

The combination of his lies and ignorantly constructed COVID regulations has given rise to the most successful recall initiative against a California Governor in 17 years.

Organizers of this recall effort report they have more than half the petition signatures needed to put the recall on the ballot, but there is a still a long way to go until the March 17th deadline.

Take Back California PAC is fully supportive of this recall, and we urge you to download, sign and mail back the petition.

 DOWNLOAD THE OFFICIAL RECALL PETITION → 

Our economic and personal freedoms, and our very livelihoods are at stake; we must recall our heretic Governor Gavin Newsom in order to save them.

This may be our only shot at this… so please download, sign and return your petition to help the recall qualify for the ballot before the deadline.

Thank you,

Take Back California PAC

CONTRIBUTE →

 

 

 

PAID FOR BY TAKE BACK CALIFORNIA PAC
FPPC ID# 1406793

 

 

Jul 292020
 

Blogger’s Note – it has been put to me that www.Redstate.com and www.townhall.com are being targeted by Google and “throttled back” in an orchestrated and coordinated attack by social media companies to impose their will on the election. Megalomania is Typical for maladjusted nerds. The unfortunate part for them is the genie is out of the bottle, they and the democrats they whore themselves for can no longer lie (such as calling riots a hoax) with inpuginity. The loss of control for the left must be devastating.

In a real world of ethical people this redstate.com story would be national news. Gavin Newsom is straight out corrupt. Take a look at the latest:

We reported over the weekend that California Gov. Gavin Newsom obtained a $2.7 million cashout refi mortgage on his Fair Oaks estate just 90 days after it was deeded to him by an LLC formed by his cousin, Jeremy Scherer. This photo of the Newsoms, tweeted Sunday by Mr. Newsom, was taken in the backyard of that estate.

Now, it looks like that loan and a similar cashout refi the Newsoms obtained on their Marin County mansion in November 2017 are “sweetheart” deals that aren’t available to even the most qualified buyers. Between the two deals – which haven’t been reported on the Governor’s financial disclosure forms – the Newsoms were provided with $3.8 million in tax-free cash.

(Yes, commenters, they still owe that money to the bank, so it’s not like there are no strings attached.)

Two long-time mortgage professionals who spoke to RedState and who specialize in mortgages and refinancing in this price range were “stunned” that the Newsoms were able to obtain these loans and shared dozens of anecdotes where their own customers or associates weren’t able to.

As we reported, on January 27, 2020, approximately three months after receiving the deed to the Fair Oaks home, the Newsoms obtained a cashout refinance for $2,695,000. That’s approximately 80 percent of the home’s appraised value of $3,700,000. There are some circumstances under which borrowers can receive up to 100 percent of the home’s value in a cashout refinance, but “jumbo” loans (loans over approximately $700,000 in Sacramento County) are customarily restricted to no more than 80 percent of the home’s value. Still, obtaining a jumbo cashout refi is complicated and nearly impossible in 2020. Mortgage professional Thomas Zabel, who’s worked in all facets of the industry since 2005, told RedState:

“Banks tightened up the guidelines on cashout refi’s in 2019, including decreasing the loan-to-value (LTV) percentage and some requiring that the borrowers have $1,000,000 plus in liquid assets available. Even then, a cashout of nearly $2.7 million on a $3.7 million home in January 2020 simply wasn’t available to any qualified borrower that I know of.”

In addition, the Newsoms would need to have the deed for much longer than 90 days before being considered for a cashout refi. An Orange County real estate agent/former mortgage brokerage owner told RedState:

“Borrowers have to have the deed for at least six months to get a cashout refi. Period. Even my highly qualified borrowers with millions in liquid assets are held to that standard. Obviously a bank can make whatever loan they want to make, but there’s no way you or I can walk into a bank and get that kind of deal. It doesn’t exist.”

That wasn’t the first time the Newsoms’ “lucked” into a deal that no one else could get – and both of the refinances were done with the same bank, Union Bank. Prior to their move to Sacramento, the Newsoms lived in a ritzy hilltop home in Marin County with views of the San Francisco Bay. They moved to that home in 2011 from San Francisco, taking out a $1,760,000 mortgage on the $2,225,000 purchase price. They refinanced in 2013 for $2,175,000, and then again in October 2017 for $3,225,000 – netting at least $1 million in cash.

NEW: Gavin Newsom's Undisclosed "Sweetheart" Bank Deals Gave Him $3.8 Million

NEW: Gavin Newsom's Undisclosed "Sweetheart" Bank Deals Gave Him $3.8 Million

Gavin Newsom 2017 Mortgage, Page 3

The home was worth $3.5 million at the time, according to Zillow.

NEW: Gavin Newsom's Undisclosed "Sweetheart" Bank Deals Gave Him $3.8 Million

Assuming that Zillow “zestimate” is correct, that means that the Newsoms obtained a cashout refi for more than 90 percent of the home’s value, which is way outside the norm for jumbo loans. Again, both of the mortgage experts RedState consulted with said there is no way a regular borrower would be offered this loan, even with a sterling credit score, abundant income, and cash reserves.

And, according to a Union Bank rate sheet obtained by RedState, although the bank offers cashout refinancing for primary homes up to 80 percent loan to value (LTV), the maximum a borrower can receive is $750,000.

NEW: Gavin Newsom's Undisclosed "Sweetheart" Bank Deals Gave Him $3.8 Million

Union Bank Loan to Value Guidelines

According to the Wholesale Rate Sheet for Jumbo products, even with a stellar credit score a borrower cannot obtain more than $2,500,000 for a purchase, Rate/Term refinance, or Cash Out refinance, and at that amount, the maximum LTV is 70 percent. The Newsoms’ loans were at 92 and 80 percent, respectively.

NEW: Gavin Newsom's Undisclosed "Sweetheart" Bank Deals Gave Him $3.8 Million

Union Bank Wholesale Rate Sheet, 2020

While this rate sheet is for 2020, the linked underwriting guidelines and required reserves linked are from December 2019, when the Newsoms would have been applying for the Cash Out on their Fair Oaks Home.

The Newsoms still own the Marin County home, though they publicly announced on January 29, 2019, that they were listing it for sale for $5.9 million. The home was taken off the market in June 2019, and they listed it as real property on their 2019 Form 700 (Statement of Economic Interest) and claimed more than $100,000 in rental income.

Because of the potential conflict of interest “sweetheart” loans present, elected officials in California are required to report them on their Form 700. Schedule B, “Interests in Real Property,” states:

“Personal loans and loans received not in a lender’s regular course of business must be disclosed as follows.”

The Marin County refinancing is notably absent from the Newsoms’ 2019 Form 700.

NEW: Gavin Newsom's Undisclosed "Sweetheart" Bank Deals Gave Him $3.8 Million

Between the two homes, the Newsoms have approximately $6 million in mortgage debt.

Californians deserve to know what’s behind these deals. Where did the $3.7 million to purchase the Fair Oaks property originate? Why was Newsom given these deals? If he is such a successful, wealthy businessman, why does he need these cash-outs? Why isn’t the 2017 cash-out reported on his 2017, 2018, or 2019 Form 700’s? Will he report the 2020 cash-out on his 2020 Form 700? Are Newsom’s personal finances as much of a shell game as the State of California’s? What, if anything, does Union Bank expect from Newsom in return for these deals?

Jennifer Van Laar

Jennifer Van Laar is Deputy Managing Editor at RedState and founded Save California PAC. Follow her work on Facebook and Twitter. Story tips: [email protected]

 

Jul 262020
 

Got it? Winery? Open. Kid’s 25,000 a week private school? Open. Moving to a County magically not on the “Watch List”? Yup, got that too.

Then there is this bombshell uncovered by Jennifer Van Laar at Redstate:

  • Gavin Newsom’s $3.7 million, 12,000 square foot mansion, on 8+ acres along the American River in Sacramento, was the area’s most expensive home sale in 2018
  • The gated estate consists of a 6 bedroom/10 bath home, a guest house, a pool, a tennis court, and a wine cave
  • An LLC registered to Newsom’s cousin, long-time business partner, and Co-President of PlumpJack, Jeremy Scherer, paid cash for the estate in December 2018
  • Newsom’s spox, though, claimed in Jan 2019 that it was Newsom who’d paid cash for the home – puzzling, since Newsom still carried a $3.2 million mortgage on his prior home
  • In Oct 2019 the LLC gifted the home to the Newsoms free and clear, claiming Newsom was a member of the LLC to avoid a $4,000 Transfer Tax
  • In January 2020 the Newsoms received $2.7 million tax-free when they obtained a cash-out refinance
  • Newsom’s financial disclosure forms don’t mention the LLC or the gifts, which far exceed the $500 limit
  • In 2003, Newsom was cited for failing to disclose $11 million in real estate and business loans

Read the rest of this explosive expose’ here at www.redstate.com.

With that knowledge, the Grant Deed giving the Newsoms title to the Fair Oaks property is evaluated in an entirely different light – it’s now a gift, according to corporate law attorneys RedState spoke to about the transaction. It’s not illegal for an LLC to gift property to a person who’s not a member, but the attorneys said they’ve never taken part in such a transaction nor would they ever allow a client to. Such a transaction raises major red flags for tax and regulatory agencies, they said, since it may indicate attempted tax fraud, money laundering, or a payoff/bribe.

Gavin Newsom has been an elected official in California for 23 years, so he’s been obligated to file annual financial disclosure reports under California’s Political Reform Act for 23 years, and is well aware of his legal obligations to report companies he owns a stake in and allowable/reportable gifts.

Yikes. Given that Gavin Newsom’s popularity is tanking, and that internal party leaders are not as enamored with him as they once were… you have to wonder when they will pull the ripcord on this guy.

Jul 172020
 

Western El Dorado County has similar demographics to South Placer and Northeast Sacramento County.

As you know from reading the Right on Daily Blog – Gavin Newsom’s children’s school costs 25K a month per kid and was still open as of his edict this morning 7-17-2020.

It is well known in the capitol that Gavin Newsom is selling his residence in Fair Oaks / Carmichael – also a mansion with a 7-Figure pricetag, a gate and guards and moving to the “Serrano” area of El Dorado Hills. I believe it is no coincidence that El Dorado County despite its’ proximity to Sacramento is NOT on any COVID Watchlist. This is alleged to be the location Gavin is buying. I am not sure this is exactly it, but this is consistent with the McMansions in the Serrano area.

We also know that Gavin’s winery was magically on the right side of a line on the map and allowed to stay open until public scrutiny caused it to shut down.

You read on Right on Daily about Gavin’s Children’s Private School still being open. What Newsom did with his edict today was left the door open for all private schools in “watchlist” counties to get waivers in order to re-open. Watch as the exclusive private schools the state legislators send their children to all get waivers. (I’ve been told for example that the school where Lorena Gonzalez sends her children is also open)

This deception in Gavin’s order was done so he could claim even his kid’s school was affected by his order – while ignoring the gigantic trap door. What self respecting school administrator is not going to apply for a waiver coupled with the presence of the children of the powerful?

To be continued…