Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R-AR) ripped Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) in a new video after his recent attacks on Republicans.
Sanders pushed back with a focus on state rankings that showed Arkansas in the top five and California leading in people leaving the state.
Sarah Sanders trolls Newsom with state rankings after comment about putting GOP on 'heels' https://t.co/tbePCpf9Wq
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 12, 2023
"We should not be on the defense as a Democratic Party," Newsom said in the clip. "The Republican Party should be on their heels."
"The video, posted Monday, then panned to Sanders, who struts in heels over a report that 500,000 people left Newsom's state over the past two years. Arkansas ranked in the top five states for new movers," it added.
All that in heels. pic.twitter.com/pnhnp4JS8L
— Sarah Huckabee Sanders (@SarahHuckabee) July 11, 2023
"@KellyannePolls is right — no one wants Gavin Newsom’s California," Sanders said in a tweet.
"Americans want lower taxes, quality education, and safer streets. And in Arkansas, we’re doing all that — in heels," she added.
Newsom has become a key voice in attacks against Republican leaders in support of Biden's 2024 campaign.
Many have speculated over a Newsom run against Biden but he has brushed the rumors aside, claiming he is out to help Democrats win again in 2024.
The governor's long-term plans may include improving his look in his own state that struggles with its own issues, including a homeless crisis, increased crime and out-of-control costs, and government controls. Others claim he is looking ahead to 2028 as the time to make his move for the White House.
The impact has led to the Golden State becoming the exodus state as many flee to more conservative and cheaper locations across the nation. Newsom's noise may gain views online but isn't helping the people of California who continue to struggle under his leftist leadership.