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By Assemblyman Kevin Kiley – May 5, 2022

Gavin Newsom spent the last two days talking about “rights” being taken away. This confused me. I thought we were in a State of Emergency where the concept of rights doesn’t exist.

Newsom rushed out a new campaign ad calling the leaked Supreme Court opinion “the defining issue of the 2022 election.” He even blasted Democrats for not being equally hyperbolic, asking, “Where the hell is my party?” Many likened it to a presidential campaign launch.

If elected to Congress, I intend to fight Biden just as hard as I’ve fought Newsom. And if Newsom has any inkling of replacing Biden, I will be there to quash it – to make sure everyone knows just how badly he’s ruined California.

In fact, we just learned our population declined by 117,552 last year. It’s not that we no longer have good weather; Ron DeSantis called Newsom’s home of San Francisco a “dumpster fire,” which is certainly too mild a description.

Our hysterical governor aside, I believe the defining issue in 2022 is this: will we as a nation continue down the disastrous path of California, or will we return to the Founding principles that made America the greatest country in the world.

I’m hopeful we’ll make the right choice, as wokeness gives way to a reawakening. Two powerful forces are about to meet: a state and nation run badly amok, and a movement of citizens determined to right the ship.

I want to be a Congressman for all of the California conservatives and patriots who are part of that movement. This is the time to fight, and it’s a privilege to be fighting with you.

Voting is about to start. Help me fight for the America we all believe in

2 thoughts on “The Defining Issue”
  1. I’ve recently visited San Francisco twice, and I’ve no idea what you mean by it being a “dumpster fire.” It seemed to me a friendly, vibrant city with an excellent mass transit system. I only drove one time in my 5 days there, and still went all over the city. I never saw evidence of anything more than the more vulnerable among us that are visible in virtually every single town and city in this country.
    Could you please elaborate on the “Founding principles” (sic) that “made America the greatest country in the world? What, exactly, do you mean?
    Would you also elaborate on how Gavin Newsom “ruined” California? I’m not in awe of him, but I don’t think he’s the monster you seem to insinuate he is.
    One more thing: vowing to “fight Biden” is not in any way having ideas of your own. All you are doing is parroting the words of every Trump-leaning Republican in the country. Reading your words has given me zero sense of who you are, what you believe, or what you plan to do to make California less “ruined.”
    I’ve lived all over California, from Palm Springs to Los Angeles to Crescent City, and I love this state. No, it isn’t perfect, but it’s so much better than it was when I moved here 40 years ago. If you want to be a leader, you need more than talking points and vague promises to “fight” those with whom you disagree. Who are you? Do you know, or are you simply trying to copy what gets others who speak those words elected? Remember that Crescent City does not in any way represent the majority of Californians, and that the taxpayer-dollar-wasting recall election resulted in a major victory for Newsom.
    We who live here are ALL Americans, and every one of us has the right to work toward the America they believe in. Some of us want an America that lives up to its promises of liberty and justice for all, and an America in which we love like Jesus instead of judge like Old Testament angry God. “Whatsoever you do unto the least of my brethren you also do unto me.” Remember that? Those mentally ill, drug addicted homeless people are among the least of us. How will you help them? The very poor are among the least of us. How will you help them? I could go on, but I won’t. I suspect you have long ago lost interest and stopped listening, but I hope you bother to read this, because I took a lot of time and effort to speak to you. I didn’t insult you, or call you names. I tried to make a few points.
    As a Congressperson, you will be responsible for every person you represent, not just the ones you agree with. All of us.

    1. He’s a joke. His entire strategy is “get people who don’t like Newsom and/or Biden to vote for me despite me not having any decent ideas of my own”. I don’t know why this site posts his fundraising ads. I started donating $25 to Kermit Jones each time they post one of Kiley’s ads on here. A few hundred bucks to Dr. Jones’ campaign already.

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