Struggling Americans want to strip a Democrat of his responsibility to sign bills passed by the California State Legislature due to his harsh response to the deadly CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus.

Thousands of Californians are fed up with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s regulatory overreach in attempting to contain the deadly disease by shutting down businesses and introducing mandatory stay-at-home orders.

The Rescue California movement revealed that its 3,000 supporters want the governor to be recalled immediately because his extreme response to the pandemic is killing business. Employers of all sizes are relocating their operations to other states in response.

“He is going to be putting mom and pop businesses out of business—he already has, and those that have slightly survived this turmoil are fleeing this state,” Rescue California Campaign Manager Anne Dunsmore told “Fox and Friends.” “Even the corporate giants are leaving. It is not sustainable. It is going to end up hurting us.”

Dunsmore revealed Newsom is not only making the Golden State a less attractive place to do business, he is also destroying revenue streams for the state budget. She believes these are signs a communist-style of governing has influenced Newsom.

“His tax base is basically being obliterated, and he is being pulled in a lot of different directions, and I think what you are starting to see is that he is being pulled by the left very far to the left, and it is not working for him,” she said.

Rescue California recently enjoyed a jump in support, with more Californians supporting the Republican Party movement.

“It is probably one of the most important efforts I have worked on in over 40 years of campaign efforts,” Dunsmore said. “The citizen movement on this is really something to see, and you have to see it to believe it.”

Many supporters have been so inspired by the auxiliary group’s efforts that they have compared it to a holy mission.

“We have sort of have been referred to as the cavalry on this,” Dunsmore said. “What we have done is organize a Republican effort specifically because of the victories that we appreciated in California in November with about a quarter of the nationwide take back seats in the House of Representatives came from California. A number of ballot propositions went in our favor as well.”

Newsom previously ignored the Trump administration’s advice to ease social distancing measures and ordered residents to wear a face mask when in “high-risk situations.”

“Simply put, we are seeing too many people with faces uncovered, putting at risk the real progress we have made in fighting the disease,” he said in a statement. “California’s strategy to restart the economy and get people back to work will only be successful if people act safely and follow health recommendations. That means wearing a face covering, washing your hands, and practicing physical distancing.”