Having already survived a recall election, Gavin Newsom is showing absolute zero cares in the world as he continues shoving his ideals down peoples throats.
News breaks fast, make sure to catch it when it does, tap subscribe, enable notifications and never miss a report.
Southern California is seeing the highest gas prices in history right now, Newsom can do a lot to help with it, but he does not care about the plight of the little guy.
Drivers are feeling the pain of living in Southern California, as average gas prices have hit a new high of more than $6.30 a gallon.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state legislature have consistently rejected proposals to eliminate the 50-cent gas tax. So the price continues to rise in auto-loving California.
State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, a Republican, has been a frequent critic of lawmakers who refuse to compromise on gas taxes. The bills he authored to put a moratorium on gas taxes have failed in committee. To maintain freeways, lawmakers say the tax is necessary.
Kiley Stated “State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, a Republican, has been a frequent critic of lawmakers who have not budged on their gas tax stance. He has repeatedly authored legislation to put a moratorium on gas taxes, but the bills have died in committee. Lawmakers have said the tax is needed to keep up freeway maintenance.”
The official narrative is that the rising gas costs are from refineries and other production problems, but according to most it is because of high taxes and the state wanting to ban gasoline vehicles.
Next News Network previously reported. Citizens of California are allowed to continue driving and buying gas-powered vehicles after 2035, but no new models will be sold in the state thereafter. The decision comes two years after the state’s Governor, Gavin Newsom, first directed regulators to consider the policy. If the plan is successfully executed, California would cut emissions from vehicles in half by the year 2040. Last year, Elon Musk, the CEO of electric carmaker Tesla, said that electricity production needs to double to transition to electric vehicles. However, as noted by The Observer, the cost to create an infrastructure to power all electric vehicles in the country would cost between $135 billion to $358 billion.
Additionally, current electric vehicles depend on lithium for their batteries, which store and use energy produced elsewhere. According to Statista, most lithium is produced overseas, in countries like Australia, Chile and China, with batteries primarily manufactured in China.
For everyone living in a state where liberal and woke policies are taking hold, you know the pain at the pump, and you know the pain of increasing crime. What are you going to do about it? This is your chance to change the shape and trajectory of your states future. Don’t vote for the same idiots this fall, make your decision and get all of your neighbors on board. Lets change this country for the better.
Let’s continue this conversation, in the comments below.