KILEY: Whistleblower Exposes Gavin’s Catastrophic PG&E Corruption

Posted on August 12, 2021 5:44 pm

KILEY: Whistleblower Exposes Gavin’s Catastrophic PG&E Corruption

From State Rep. Kevin Kiley via email

PG&E, with multiple felonies to its name, has given Gavin Newsom more money than any politician. They even pay his wife’s salary.

Now, a whistleblower has come forward at the PUC. Former Executive Director Alice Stebbins says Newsom took “complete control” over the agency’s oversight of PG&E and she was ordered to sign a safety certificate against her will.

“I did not want to sign this. The bottom line is I was told to sign it. You will sign this. Period,” she said. “I trusted my Governor…And that was a mistake.”

Yesterday, I held a press conference to announce my plans for an investigation. The Newsom-PG&E racket puts everything in a nutshell: Corruption is ruining California.

Meanwhile, Newsom is using our teachers and nurses as political pawns, imposing new mandates that no other state has. As I said at the debate, to make the case Newsom got COVID right you’d have to make the case all 49 other states got it wrong. That’s an impossible case to make.

Which is why I’m hopeful that as voters face the most important question in state history – “Shall Gavin Newsom be recalled (removed) from the office of Governor?” – a resounding majority will make the right choice.

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John Steele
John Steele
2 months ago

See redstate for a pix of the home printed ballot.. Its a joke and were is the RNC.. NOTHING nowhere to be seen . Not in court trying to stop this new fraud.. He’s a shoe in folks. They just need the first reports to figure out how many magic ballots need to be printed to win .

Highrise
Highrise
2 months ago

I am at the Greater Bakersfield Republican Assembly meeting tonight with Kevin Kiley speaking. Wow. He might be young but he knows his stuff! I can’t even relay to you how much he nailed the issues about all these mandates and election integrity!!!

Highrise
Highrise
2 months ago
Reply to  Highrise

I went up to him and told him to BE BOLD. He has great momentum behind him. I really wish you could have heard his speech and then his.Q&A session. Everyone in the room was like…how are you 36 and this saavy. He was asked about the national election integrity and he said what elder should have said…that he is going to concentrate on his state politics and knows there are election integrity issues within CA that need to be addressed. He said he didn’t want to give the dems a way to tag him with a label. I told… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by Highrise
Ellen
Ellen
2 months ago

Squirm, baby, squirm

No Name
No Name
2 months ago

AB1054…

No Name
No Name
2 months ago

Yet another disaster under, Gov Grusom

ann chovie
ann chovie
2 months ago

While Clown boy and fruity Pebble sit in their Prius’ and wait to spend $6 on a soy latte, the state and the U.S. runs over the toilets with S.F. bum stool ideology. How long until the pampered, self-absorbed dolts living off of someone else’s sacrifice realize that latte will soon be $10 and that extra tattoo will be etched beneath their collective, soft tissues.

Squatch
2 months ago

According to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, (11/11/2019) Newsom has accepted over $700,000.00 for his political campaigns, and other favors from PG&E. His sister’s Plumpjack (his winery) Foundation got money and over $350,000 of that total for his wife’s Foundation the “Representation Project” that entered films at Sundance Film Festival. Show me people with Foundations, I’ll show you graft, evil and money laundering at an unfathomable level. Just look at Bill and Melinda Gates! He flames PG&E at every opportunity and then shakes them down for their rate payer’s money. The depth of Newsom’s rot has no boundaries. The rot… Read more »

Last edited 2 months ago by Squatch
Squatch
2 months ago

PG&E has been funding Newsom’s wife’s “busy work artistic pursuits” for some time now. You can probably makes some pretty nice arts and crafts and high budget, really crappy video art with all that graft.
Many in CA can’t pay their PG&E bill. But the Newsom’s get big bucks from the power company for bling that comes from them being in power.
Neither the a Emperor nor his wife have clothes. Time to set Nero on fire.

showandtell
showandtell
2 months ago
Reply to  Squatch

Yes, for example, the wife’s (First Partner Jennifer) anti-man films (with pornographic content) shown to middle-schoolers were funded with PG&E money, as I recall.

Squatch
2 months ago
Reply to  showandtell

Yeah, you can’t make this stuff up. Talk about detached from the electorate! Any opponent who can sufficiently articulate just this episode of “Gavin the Emperor” has an edge.
Gavin is toast. The question is, which new devil replaces to old one? Choose wisely, grasshoppers.

showandtell
showandtell
2 months ago
Reply to  Squatch

No kidding, Squatch —- and stay tuned for more, because where Gavin’s corruption is concerned, there will always be more. We should call it “successful New Gov candidate food.”

Last edited 2 months ago by showandtell
John Steele
John Steele
2 months ago

I’m switching my vote to Kiley. Elders is clueless as to what needs to be done and wants to tackle homeless as his first order of business. He should look at making energy affordable again.. This proves that the barbie Boy is just another Mussolini fascist ..

Jim
Jim
2 months ago
Reply to  John Steele

So money in your pocket has more value than humans? What makes you different than Hairdo?

Null Void
Null Void
2 months ago
Reply to  Jim

Simply common sense to take care of your own (family) first, then extend charity. Where do you think most people (not the really well-heeled) take their charitable contributions from? Their monthly or annual budget. Elec rates go up, salary or revenue stays the same, you provide less attention to charity. Govt budgets should be the same. At this point, John Steele would make a better governor than Gavin.

Squatch
2 months ago
Reply to  Jim

Yes, in fact, money in my pocket because I lived responsibly is more important than the lives of those who don’t. Get over it.

Jim
Jim
2 months ago
Reply to  Squatch

So someone with mental health issues, not capable of taking care of themselves should be…?
I’m guessing you’re primarily focused on drug addicts, grifters and bums, I get that, they can suck it. Want to guess the ratio of foster care kids who age out of the system end up on the street? How about people with mental illness severe to the point they are 100% removed from reality and their situation? My job takes me to some pretty crappy neighborhoods (Oakland, SF), not half of the people I see are bums, most are just f…ed.
Whatever, sweetie.

Squatch
2 months ago
Reply to  Jim

Great, enjoy your gig!
And who “f…ed” them? Not me.
In your brave new world, the first amendment would likely be, “You are now absolved of all personal responsibility.”
Those with mental health issues should have been institutionalized decades ago, until Democrats saw them as potential votes and go-fers.

JD.....
2 months ago
Reply to  Squatch

Exactly….. Why is it the the Citizens that have played by all the rules, Laws, and paid the federal, and state ransom are the bad guys…. I don’t think so… And, I would love someone to tell me that it’s the guberments job to take care of everyone… If you choose to be a drug addled piece of crap, why is it the tax payers job to support you?? Have you actually looked around Cali and observed the worthless humans, filth, trash, and human waste in the public areas?? Really….. Commiefornia is a third world craphole…. Enjoy…

Ellen
Ellen
2 months ago
Reply to  John Steele

Elder advocates churches taking a bigger role in our spiritual decline, homelessness, drugs, mental health and I endorse that. Only spiritual leaders can heal the dis-spirited

Realistic Observer
Realistic Observer
2 months ago

Wheres his adams apple?

Null Void
Null Void
2 months ago

Where there’s smoke, there’s woke.

Highrise
Highrise
2 months ago
Reply to  Null Void

Ha! Good one.