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Cynthia Thacker asks: “Why Are Quirk-Silva and Democrats Destroying an American Tradition?”

Assembly candidate Cynthia Thacker at a recent Trump rally. Courtesy photo.
Assembly candidate Cynthia Thacker at a recent Trump rally. Courtesy photo.

Sitting with supporters in a local restaurant, California State Assembly candidate in the 65th district Cynthia Thacker held up an expensive glossy flyer. Sharing that while her ambitious campaign cannot compete with an incumbent’s big marketing budget, she will ride to Election Day victory thanks to Republican enthusiasm. “The enthusiasm and momentum are with President Trump and the Republican Party, especially following Joe Biden’s poor performance in the second debate,” proclaimed Thacker. “When Trump supporters vote to re-elect the president, they are going to keep voting Republican. This is how determined candidates like me, who are fighting to help the working- and middle-class in the state’s 65th assembly district, will win on Election Day. And that should make liberals like Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva very nervous.”

Thacker went on to explain that there is a lot of anger in California at Democrat Gov. Newsom and the Democratic legislature that supports his antics. Thacker pointed to the recently announced regulations for Thanksgiving Day gatherings as an example, wondering why Quirk-Silva hasn’t commented on it.

“Every Thanksgiving Americans join with family and friends to give thanks for their multiple blessings that come from faith and family. However, Newsom with Quirk-Silva’s support, wants to destroy this special holiday in the same way Democrats continue to destroy the California economy. Assemblywoman Thacker would loudly be telling Gov. Newsom that his outrageous COVID guidelines make the cure worse than the virus!”

Thacker went through some of the absurd Thanksgiving guidelines issued by the Democratic governor. “Since Quirk-Silva hasn’t protested, shall we assume she supports Newsom wanting our Thanksgiving celebration to be no longer than two hours? Newsom also wants festivities to be held outside. What if it’s cold on Thanksgiving Day? Windy? Raining? What if you live in an apartment and have no backyard? Well, we should be thankful that Democrats say it’s okay to go inside to use the restroom!”

The governor’s guideline also states that no more than three non-family households can gather for the holiday dinner and everyone must stand at least six feet apart. “If that wasn’t preposterous enough, Democrats insist that everyone should wear a facemask, lowering it to eat and drink and then raising it again,” said Thacker adding that this could cause more health issues as people continually touch their mask.

In a nod to communist-styled regulations, Thacker decried that hosts are to write down the names of all attendees for contact tracing.

Stressing that Californians understand COVID-19 challenges Thacker said that most would make common sense decisions about how to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with their family and friends.

Looking out at a once busy Beach Blvd. thoroughfare Thacker asked, “Why can’t Newsom, Quirk-Silva and the Democrats issue practical and common-sense guidelines?” Thacker said the guidelines will hurt restaurants that usually generate high volume on the festive holiday. “There are many restaurants in the 65th District that will be financially destroyed because of this. Why isn’t Quirk-Silva fighting for them?”

Leaving the restaurant with supporters, Thacker pointed to several cars that drove by with Trump signs. “Republican enthusiasm will bring victory to local, state and national candidates.”

About Cynthia Thacker

Believing the key to California’s renaissance is getting out the Republican vote, Cynthia Thacker is committed to making the Golden State once again the envy of the nation. An active Republican in local and state politics, Thacker welcomes all Assembly District 65 residents to join her grassroots campaign to restore conservative values to the district. Questions and comments can be emailed to: [email protected]

The article above was released by the Cynthia Thacker campaign.

4 Comments

  1. When I moved into this district 3 years ago it was difficult to even find out what/who Quirk Silva supported. The local politicians wouldn’t even say Democrat or Republican,

  2. I knew to vote for President Trump but really don’t follow politics too much. I usually ask friends who know more about politicians and then decide without focusing on the party. This time I voted Republican in every race and includes Thacker. Watching riots in other cities and not hearing Democrats condemn or stop the burning and looting made me a Republican this year.

  3. On Saturday, writing for The New York Times, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz warned that many people’s taxes are about to go up. (Thanks to President Trump and all Republicans except for Darryl Isa and Dana Rohrabacher)

    “President Trump and his congressional allies hoodwinked us,” wrote Stiglitz. “The law they passed initially lowered taxes for most Americans, but it built in automatic, stepped tax increases every two years that begin in 2021 and that by 2027 would affect nearly everyone but people at the top of the economic hierarchy. All taxpayer income groups with incomes of $75,000 and under — that’s about 65 percent of taxpayers — will face a higher tax rate in 2027 than in 2019.”

    Republicans that don’t tell the truth will show us we are worse off with President Trump, regardless whether he a politician or not. Sorry Ms. Thacker, I’m not buying it.

    Credit to the NY Times.

  4. I like this lady’s spunk! President Trump has shown that we are better off with non-politicians. Will give her a try.

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