The Top 10 Times Gavin Newsom was on Santa’s Naughty List This Year

by Katy Grimes at

Pagan Gavin cancelled Christmas!


California Governor Gavin Newsom, who maintains that he is NOT running for President in 2024, has been in politics since he was appointed to the San Francisco County Board of Supervisors (1997-2004), and then ran again, then he was San Francisco Mayor (2004-2011), California’s Lieutenant Governor (2011-2019), and finally California’s Governor (2019-). This renders him responsible for the state of the state – an indefensible position to be in, as California’s demise is evident to everyone in the country.

And while he has a long list of disasters under his belt, and the Globe highlighted the Top 50 Disasters he Has Ushered into California, what are the Top 10 for 2023 which landed him on Santa’s Naughty List (Santa told me himself…) – in no specific order, although Number 1 is really naughty!

Number 10 – BIG BIG LIE:

For the governor who is not running for President, Newsom debated Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (why?), and told a few whoppers during the Fox broadcast. Perhaps the biggest was when he defended California’s progressive income tax that imposes a top rate of 13.3% on taxpayers making more than $1 million—the second highest in the country after New York City. But he also asserted that Florida “taxes low-income workers more than we tax millionaires and billionaires in the state of California.”

The Wall Street Journal cut to the chase and responded:

“How’s that possible when California imposes higher income, sales and gasoline taxes than Florida? California’s gas tax is 77.9 cents a gallon compared to 35.2 cents in Florida. The average state-and-local sales tax rate in California is 8.85% versus 7.02% in Florida.

In addition to soaking its rich, California imposes a 6% top marginal income tax rate on individuals earnings more than $37,789 and 9.3% over $66,296. Florida has no income tax.”

California’s overall tax burden on middle – and lower-income folks is higher than Florida’s.