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Sara Foster blasts Newsom’s leadership in California: ‘Is the goal to be a socialist state?’

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Music icon David Foster’s daughters declared their “hate” for Gov. Gavin Newsom Thursday, blaming the Democrat for the state’s deteriorating quality of life — and wondering if his goal is to have California “be a socialist state.”

Sara and Erin Foster detailed their growing bitterness against their home state amid news that the latter sister was moving into a new home in Nashville, Tennessee.

“I’m jealous because — if anyone follows me, you know that I have a lot of complaints about the city we live in and the state we live in,” Sara Foster, 42, griped on their joint show, “The World’s First Podcast.”

“And people are always like, ‘Why don’t you just leave?’ Guys, it’s not that easy.”

Other than leaving family and friends behind, the “90210” actress complained that she could be subject to a 10-year tax to the California government if she relocates to another state.

The proposed exit law — introduced at the beginning of the year — would apply to the Golden State’s uber-wealthy who might be looking to avoid state taxes on billionaires by moving to states that don’t have income or wealth tax.


Sara and Erin Foster (L) detailed their growing bitterness against their home state during a podcast show.
Sara and Erin Foster (L) detailed their growing bitterness against their home state during a podcast show.
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Sara Foster speaks onstage during “Barbara Berlanti Heroes Gala” Benefiting F*ck Cancer in Santa Monica, California on Oct. 1, 2022.
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Although the bill is still being considered by the state’s Assembly committee on tax and revenue, the Foster sisters aimed their ire at Newsom.

“I blame everything on Newsom. Newsom is, like, the worst,” Sara Foster said.

“Yeah, I hate him,” her 41-year-old sister agreed, adding that they once met the governor in the Bahamas.

Sara Foster said the proposed legislation is especially distasteful as California grapples with “crime through the roof.”


California Governor Gavin Newsom gives a thumbs up during a visit to East Los Angeles College in Monterey Park, California on Aug. 29, 2019.
California Governor Gavin Newsom gives a thumbs up during a visit to East Los Angeles College in Monterey Park, California on Aug. 29, 2019.
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In fact, the state will now spend $267 million to help local law enforcement fight brazen smash-and-grab robberies that have become commonplace across the Golden State.

Foster doubled down on Newsom’s leadership, who has been governor since 2019.

“You are running the state and your policies are whack, therefore, I’m coming for you … it’s really f–ked up what’s happening here,” she said.


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Music icon David Foster with his daughter Erin.
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“And I think that it’s like, is the goal to be Venezuela? Is the goal to be a socialist state? I don’t know.”

The podcast rant was not the first time the actress targeted California leadership.

In April, she took to Instagram to blast San Francisco’s “liberal politicians” following tech mogul Bob Lee’s violent death in the city earlier that week.


Gov. Newsom speaks to reporters outside the California Natural Resources Agency in Sacramento, Calif., on Oct. 7, 2022.
Gov. Newsom speaks to reporters outside the California Natural Resources Agency in Sacramento, Calif., on Oct. 7, 2022.
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She shared a screenshot of The Post’s article about Lee’s final moments before his death on her Instagram Story, showing a smiling Lee with his two daughters.

“I have no words,” she wrote. “SF is a complete s—hole. I am a registered Democrat and feel confident saying liberal politicians are ruining cities.”

“Disgusting. My heart breaks for this family,” she added.

The fashion designer and actor is the middle daughter of 16-time Grammy winner Foster, who has spent over 50 years in the music industry, working with iconic artists such as Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton, Paul McCartney, Chicago and Celine Dion.

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