The drive to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom got enough verified signatures to make it onto the ballot. Signers do have 30 days to change their minds and remove their signatures, but I don’t see that happening.
Newsom and his backers vow to fight hard against the recall to preserve the progress they’ve achieved in turning California into a Third World nation, complete with a feudal very rich/very poor society, bad sanitation, homelessness, lawlessness, rampant drug abuse, violent gangs, shuttered businesses, corrupt and out-of-control government, unreliable power supply and the return of medieval diseases. Good luck fitting all that on a bumper sticker.
The political “experts” assure us that Newsom has a high approval rating among Californians (man, they DID legalize pot!) and should survive easily. I wouldn’t be too certain. Everyone made jokes about Arnold Schwarzenegger ever replacing Grey Davis until it happened. And Davis, for all his shortcomings, didn’t deliberately shut down the economy for a year and try to criminalize going to church while he was partying at fancy French restaurants like Marie Antoinette. She probably never thought she’d be recalled, either.