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California Gov. Gavin Newsom Enacts Social Credit System on State’s Residents After Trip to China, Reveals Plan to Roll It Out Nationwide

San Francisco, CA - April 26, 2022: California Governor Gavin Newsom speak at the Kindergarten to College program Progress update Press Conference in San Francisco

California’s far-left Governor Gavin Newsom just announced a new plan to track every aspect of resident’s lives which is modeled after none other than Communist China.

Newsom just recently visited China, claiming that the move was to “rebuild friendships” with the CCP – but as it turns out, he was really just looking to get some tips from the communists on how to enact a tyrannical social credit system that spies on residents.

Following the trip, Newsom announced the next phase of California’s “Cradle to Career” system that uses more than one billion data points.

“By leveraging billions of data points, California’s Cradle-to-Career data system will be a game-changer for improving the quality of life for millions of Californians and highlighting ways to improve opportunity in the classroom and access to the workforce,” he said.

 

According to Newsom’s government, the plan is “designed” to “illuminate gaps and identify opportunities throughout students’ education experiences so they can ultimately reach their goals for life and careers.”

As you would expect, that data includes information like “race, gender, ability, and geography to illuminate and address areas of strength and needed growth, and any inequities.”

Mary Ann Bates, the Executive Director of Cali’s intrusive Cradle-to-Career system noted that this marks a “significant step forward in [their] mission” – coincidentally coming right after Newsom when and sucked up to Xi Jin Ping.

She added, “This milestone represents a significant step forward in our mission to establish a robust, comprehensive data system that provides a nuanced understanding of Californians’ educational and professional journeys.”

Bates continued, “I want to thank our data partners for their unwavering commitment to ensuring that Californians will have validated, reliable data available to inform decisions. This collective effort will equip our state with the data and tools necessary to ensure that every Californian has the opportunity to succeed.”

Newsom and co. have trying to sell this plan as some kind of revolutionary system that will make all of their lives better, but it bears a disturbing resemblance to China’s own social credit system which is used to keep citizens compliant.

The governor is also putting more and more money towards the plan, initially allocating $10 million for it in the 2019-2020 fiscal year, bumping that up to another $14.5 million in the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

But perhaps the most disturbing element of all of this is that Newsom seems committed to perfecting this social credit scheme at a time when he has quietly been discussed as the heir apparent to the Democrat throne.

The DNC seems to have realized that they can’t win in 2024 with old Joe so they’ve been positioning Newsom to be ready at any moment to step in for him.

What that means is this communist style plan – until now only deployed in California – could be unleashed on the ENTIRE country if Newsom finds himself in the Oval Office.

If that happens, kiss any freedom you have GOODBYE!


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