Just when it looked like California had a glimmer of hope, Republican governor candidate Larry Elder decided to turn his back on election integrity.
Newsom Could Be Out
Elder is a popular radio host who has appealed to conservatives with his strong stance on rejecting victimization and upbeat attitude. He is currently running for governor of California in hopes of unseating radical Democrat Gavin Newsom.
Newsom is being recalled after he was caught continuously breaking his own executive orders involving unconstitutional COVID restrictions. There were enough signatures on a recall petition to make this happen which had to take place in 160 days. The California secretary of state then verified the signatures.
The special election is set for September 14th and along with Elder, Caitlyn “Bruce” Jenner is the third frontrunner. 74 candidates officially expressed their desires to run but most have not gained much momentum.
Elder Turns His Back on Voter
Elder was a favorite among Republicans but his recent interview where he said Biden fairly won the election has spurred disunity. He was talking with the Sacramento Bee’s editorial board when he said the 2020 presidential election was won “fairly and squarely” by Joe Biden.
There has been substantial evidence to support widespread election fraud so Elder’s comment shocked many Republicans. One of Trump’s former attorneys, Jenna Ellis, took to Twitter about the situation and said: “This could cost @larryelder a lot of votes in California. I fully disagree with his comments here and he was clearly poorly advised.”
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) August 11, 2021
Election Fraud Evidence Mounts
Audits and research done by people like Mike Lindell have shown a harrowing reality that election fraud has most likely been committed and covered up by the left and the mainstream media.
Arizona is one state where it appears the fraud attacked greatly and the state’s Senate President Karen Fann disclosed information about entire databases being deleted.
“We have recently discovered that the entire ‘Database’ directory from the D drive of the machine ‘EMSPrimary’ has been deleted,” Fann wrote in a letter. “This removes election related details that appear to have been covered by the subpoena.”
Will the comments made by Elder affect his chances of gaining Republican votes in the special election? It sure appears like it.