VIDEO: Immigrant doctor launches recall petition against California Gov. Newsom

DECEMBER 2, 2019

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A San Diego doctor who emigrated from South America is pushing to oust California Gov. Gavin Newsom, arguing the state’s left-wing leadership has allowed cities to become “overrun by homelessness.”

“I came here legally at age 11. Having grown up in extreme poverty and being homeless to now being one of San Diego’s most prominent physicians, that’s the American Dream, that’s the California dream. And that’s what Gov. Newsom and left-wingers in the legislature are progressively destroying,” James Veltmeyer said on “Fox & Friends” Monday.

The article goes on to state the following:

Veltmeyer, who ran for Congress in 2016 and 2018, and Republican Erin Cruz have both launched recall petitions, seeking 1.5 million signatures to force a special election. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, there have been 51 recall attempts since 1911, with the only successful recall occurring in 2003 when Gray Davis was ousted from the governor’s office.

In his interview with Fox & Friends Monday morning, Veltmeyer expressed his outrage, noting that American veterans are on the streets and cannot receive healthcare, but Newsom just signed a bill that will allow illegal aliens and “MS-13 killers” to receive free healthcare.


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