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Governor Gavin Newsom at 2019 California Democratic Party State Convention at the George R. Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, June 1, 2019. (Photo: Gage Skidmore)

Music Icon David Foster’s Daughters Declare ‘Hate’ for Gov. Gavin Newsom

Is Newsom’s goal to have California ‘be a socialist state?’

By Katy Grimes, September 22, 2023 8:22 am

The New York Post reports that Music icon David Foster’s daughters declared their “hate” for Gov. Gavin Newsom this week, blaming the Democrat for the state’s deteriorating quality of life — and wondering whether his goal is to have California “be a socialist state.”

They sound like bright women.

Foster’s daughters, Sara and Erin, are apparently jealous that their other sister moved to Tennessee:

“I’m jealous because — if anyone follows me, you know that I have a lot of complaints about the city we live in and the state we live in,” Sara Foster, 42, griped on their joint show, “The World’s First Podcast.”

“And people are always like, ‘Why don’t you just leave?’ Guys, it’s not that easy.”

Their beef is with the proposed 10-year tax from the California government if she relocates to another state.

Every recent legislative session in the California Legislature has one wealth tax exit proposal. In 2020, the Globe reported on a proposed wealth tax, AB 2088, which would follow any and all businesses that leave California for greener economic pastures. The bill’s author, then-Assemblyman Rob Bonta (D-Contra Costa) (now the state’s Attorney General), blames coronavirus for creating “inequality” in California, and not previous Democrat legislation and policies. This first-in-the-nation net worth tax is estimated to generate $7.5 billion per year in new “revenues” to the state coffers. AB 2088 died without passage.

In 2021, Assembly Members Alex Lee, Wendy Carrillo, Lorena Gonzalez, Miguel Santiago, Ash Kalra, Luz Rivas, and Mark Stone introduced Assembly Constitutional Amendment 8 to propose a wealth tax to be placed before the voters. That proposed Constitutional Amendment also died without passage.

In January 2023, Assembly Constitutional Amendment 3 was introduced by Marxist Assemblyman Alex Lee (D-Palo Alto), along with Marxist co-authors Assembly Members Ash Kalra, Wendy Carrillo, Matt Haney, Corey Jackson, Liz Ortega, and Miguel Santiago, and Senators Maria Elena Durazo, Lena Gonzalez, and Lola Smallwood-Cuevas.

ACA 3 proposed two changes to the California Constitution:

The first change that ACA 3 would make is to amend Article XIII, Section 2 to provide that the Legislature may provide for the taxation of all forms of personal property or wealth, tangible or intangible and classify personal property or wealth for differential taxation or for exemption. In addition, any tax on personal property or wealth imposed would be administered and collected by the Franchise Tax Board and the Department of Justice, as determined by the Legislature in statute.

The second change that ACA 3 would make is to amend Article XIII B, Section 1 to modify the Gann Limit or the State Appropriations Limit (SAL). The SAL would not be exceeded unless two out of three conditions have been satisfied. The first would require expenditures per student to place California in the top 10 states. The second would determine that California is among the 10 states with the lowest fraction of population without health insurance. The third would determine that California is no longer among the top 10 states with the highest percentage of households whose costs are in excess of 50% of household income.

ACA 3 hasn’t moved since March 2023.

The New York Post reports on yet another wealth tax:

The proposed exit law — introduced at the beginning of the year — would apply to the Golden State’s uber-wealthy who might be looking to avoid state taxes on billionaires by moving to states that don’t have income or wealth taxes.

That bill, AB 259 also by Assemblyman Alex Lee, “would, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2026, impose an annual tax at a rate of 1% of a resident’s worldwide net worth in excess of $50,000,000, or in excess of $25,000,000 in the case of a married taxpayer filing separately.”

It’s a ridiculously unconstitutional bill, and also hasn’t made a move in the Legislature since March.

Edward Ring wrote about AB 259 in the Globe:

Assembly Bill 259, the Wealth Tax Act, which will impose an annual “worldwide net worth” tax of 1 percent on net worth above $50 million, rising to 1.5 percent on net worth over $1.0 billion. “Everything about this bill is goofy. It’s unconstitutional, it applies to intangible assets like goodwill or trademarks, it applies as well to assets that have subjective, wildly fluctuating values, such as fine art, and it even applies to equity owned in private companies that the holder may never convert into real money.”

“Although the bill is still being considered by the state Assembly committee on tax and revenue, the Foster sisters aimed their ire at Newsom,” the Post reports.

“I blame everything on Newsom. Newsom is, like, the worst,” Sara Foster said.

“Yeah, I hate him,” her 41-year-old sister agreed, adding that they once met the governor in the Bahamas.

Sara Foster said the proposed legislation is especially distasteful as California grapples with “crime through the roof.”

Foster doubled down on the leadership of Newsom, who has been governor since 2019.

“You are running the state and your policies are whack, therefore, I’m coming for you … it’s really f–ked up what’s happening here,” she said. “And I think that it’s like, is the goal to be Venezuela? Is the goal to be a socialist state? I don’t know.”

Beauty and brains – Good for the Foster sisters.

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6 thoughts on “Music Icon David Foster’s Daughters Declare ‘Hate’ for Gov. Gavin Newsom

  1. This is so great! Unexpected allies with Hollywood roots —- and a famous Hollywood dad too —– who not only see what’s going on in California and L.A. because of the Worst Governor Ever, Gavin Newsom, but are willing and brave enough to speak up about it. Which isn’t as easy as it looks; sticking your neck out in this town, that is. Or anywhere else in this state. Or the country! Newsom must be grinding his teeth over this one. Good.

  2. My answer to the Foster sisters, Sarah and Erin:
    Yes, Newsolini’s goal is to be a fascist state as exampled in Venezuela.
    Calizuela is alive and well! Keep voting for Democrats and you will be less safe, less secure with limited rights!
    Remember Newsolini is gunning to be President to finish the destruction Obama and Biden have initiated.
    These ladies expressed common sense and reason. I hope they continue to speak out!

  3. The sisters Foster may have gotten some inspiration from Christine Anderson (EU Parliament) who is one of the best examples of “beauty and brains”. Here is what she says about people like Newsom and his cabal of WEF globalist leftist radicals…. “Go To Hell”: Brave EU Politician Delivers Damning Message To Global Tyrants….https://www.zerohedge.com/political/go-hell-brave-eu-politician-delivers-damning-message-global-tyrants….Right on target, Christine!

  4. I understand these sisters are Democrats. I hope their displeasure with Newsom will translate into votes against similar candidates and that they will encourage other Democrats to vote differently (whatever that may be). Very sad that such sentiments didn’t carry much weight when he was re-elected.

    1. I think you meant to say “re-Selected” by the Dominating electronic voting systems ….
      I have YET to meet anyone who is a supporter of Newsom, both conservative and liberal friends….

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