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California moonbat nuts
As lieutenant governor, Gavin Newsom supported a 2017 bill increasing the state's gas taxes. When running for governor in 2018, he opposed a ballot initiative that would have repealed that same increase. It's 2019, and Newson, now the state's governor, is demanding an investigation into why the state's gas prices are so high.
On Tuesday, the governor sent a letter to the California Energy Commission (CEC) asking that the state agency investigate the Golden State's roughly $4.03 per gallon gas prices, currently the highest in the country (and well above the national average of $2.86 per gallon).
I mean, it wouldn't have anything to do with the taxes, would it?
The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote.
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I don't know whether to laugh, cry, or both. Thank GOD I'm outta here soon. For someone to make Brown look reasonable takes serious talent.
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