California Governor Gifted $3.7 Million Mansion Under Questionable Circumstances

In a time filled with bad news, there’s a little bit more to pile on the heap. This is going to be hard to read, but you need to stay strong. Truth is important.

Here’s the difficult truth. There is a Democratic governor in this country who might be corrupt. Evidence has emerged that he may have accepted dark money under shady circumstances. If everything proves true, it will mean that one of the most prominent governors in the country is actually a crook who happens to hold office.

This is almost as shocking as it is upsetting. Who would have thought a Democrat could behave like this? Aren’t they supposed to be the good guys? The champions of the weak and downtrodden? To think that one of them would exploit their office for personal gain . . .

 

Here’s the actual scoop. Governor Gavin Newsom, of California, was gifted a $3.7 million mansion. That sentence alone should be enough for you to know something shady is going on. It’s impossible to give such a large gift to a politician without it being a corrupt act. That’s how politics works.

Of course, getting into the details of this “gift” doesn’t do Newsom any favors. He’s exactly the slimebag politician you already suspected, and this video has the dirty details that you need to know.

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