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Newsom Appoints CA Sec Of State To Fill Kamala Harris’ Senate Seat After ILLEGALLY Funneling $35 Million To Biden-Linked Firm

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California Governor Gavin Newsom appointed scandal-ridden California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to serve in the US Senate if (God forbid) Harris is sworn into office in January.

Kamala Harris still has not given a date for her resignation.

“The son of Mexican immigrants — a cook and house cleaner — Alex Padilla worked his way from humble beginnings to the halls of MIT, the Los Angeles City Council and the State Senate, and has become a national defender of voting rights as California’s Secretary of State,” Newsom said in a statement on Tuesday. “Now, he will serve in the halls of our nation’s Capitol as California’s next United States Senator, the first Latino to hold this office.”


I am humbled and honored to serve as California’s next United States Senator. Thank you, @GavinNewsom, for entrusting me with the role of defending the dream for the people of California. https://t.co/bCwf05C3hm pic.twitter.com/Fn5iNl6ldS

— Alex Padilla (@AlexPadilla4CA) December 22, 2020

“I am honored and humbled by the trust placed in me by Governor Newsom, and I intend to work each and every day to honor that trust and deliver for all Californians,” Padilla said.

Did Alex Padilla illegally purchase his senate seat?

Alex Padilla is a crooked Democrat politician who has been swimming in the California swamp for decades.

Republicans on the House Oversight and House Administration Committees earlier this month demanded an investigation into Alex Padilla over a “highly questionable” taxpayer-funded $35 million no-bid contract his office gave to a firm linked to the Biden campaign.

Padilla’s office took grant money from a Coronavirus stimulus package and funneled it to the Biden-linked firm to influence the federal election.

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