Listen: Airport Terminal Pages ‘Recall Newsom’ on Intercom

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 13: California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during a news conference at Manny's on August 13, 2021 in San Francisco, California. California Gov. Gavin Newsom kicked off his "Say No" to recall campaign as he prepares to face a recall election on September 14. (Photo by …
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An airport terminal that appears to be for Delta Airlines paged passenger “Recall Newsom” on the Intercom before a flight.

In a video posted by “Brick Suit” on Twitter, you can hear over the intercom an automated voice calling “Recall Newsom” to meet the rest of the party at a gate number:

Delta Airlines is paging “Recall Newsom.” Please meet your party at concourse A gate 25. Delta Airlines is paging “Recall Newsom.” Please meet your party at concourse A gate 25.


In the video, you can hear people laughing in the background.

September 14 is the date set for the special gubernatorial recall election. The ballots will ask two questions: First, should Newsom be removed, yes or no? The second question is a list of possible replacement candidates to choose from.

“Newsom will be the second governor in California’s history to face a recall election. The last, Democrat Gray Davis, was recalled in 2003 and replaced by Republican actor-turned-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger,” Breitbart News reported.

However, the voting for the recall will be nearly a month before the actual Election Day, as the county officials start mailing out ballots.

Breitbart News previously reported that ballots for the election started to arrive at people’s homes around August 14. If you vote by mail, the ballots must be returned to either local voting centers or drop boxes on special election day, September 14, or postmarked by then, to count.

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