Coronavirus | Business owner urges people to vote for Gavin Newsom

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Coronavirus | Business owner urges people to vote for Gavin Newsom

Efforts to recall Gov. California tried but failed and now face the same problem.Other businesses have gained momentum and owner Angela Marsden and the Pineapple Hill Saloon Bar and Grill urged other business owners and Californians to never forget how his handling of the coronavirus pandemic shook the entire state.

At the end of the day, this is traumatizing, she told Cavuto : coast to coast Wednesday.What this governor has been through is traumatizing.What if you want to lose your income?You lose your job and you're out of work for over a year.And you still get late on your rent, and you don't know how you're going to get caught up or where you'll land once all this stops.

The petition on Newsom's loss currently has more than 1.6 million signatures, which triggers a special election to possibly remove the governor of office.Marsden said she hopes Califans take the gravity of the election into heart and vote.

Because while he lost everything, he was dining at the most expensive restaurant and eating out.

When Newsom took his own children to private school and skied in person, California's children suffered at home with their parents who lost it all and lost their dreams.

In a motion to hold back tears, Marsden pleaded with every person who signed the recall petition to follow through, hold the governor accountable for his actions and vote him out.

If this person is going to lie to our face and smile the whole time while killing middle class, killing the businesses and putting the great workers on the couch and not know how they're going to get out of this mess, don't forget, she said.

We don't need another Hollywood incrowd We need people who have walked in our shoesAnd we have a chance.

The restaurant owner, remembered in December for her first video exposing hypocrisy in Hollywood, noted that she made her viral profit in March since the outbreak of the disease.Even though she is one of the lucky ones as her doors are still open, Marsden said she awakens at the thought of her business going under.

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