WATCH: Rose McGowan alleges that Gavin Newsom's wife tried to silence her from speaking out against Weinstein

"David Boies wants to know what it would take to make you happy," McGowan claims Jennifer Newsom said.

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

Political commentator Dave Rubin managed to wrangle the actress activist for an interview. In today’s published video she spilled the beans on a call Gavin Newsom’s wife made to her.

In doing so, she also outlines how high-profile lawyer David Boies is a central cog in the Democratic establishment machine.

"Governor Newsom… his ex-wife Jennifer Newsom… Jennifer Siebel Newsom [note it appears the two are currently married] I think that is her name, yes. She called me, and she set up a meeting with me to meet her somewhere in Brentwood, and I actually went and I got very like creeped out and I saw her sitting where I was supposed to meet her, and I looked at her and I turned around and went back into my car and drove away," McGowan explained to Rubin.

It’s explained that the timeframe of when this happened was six months before The New York Times article on Harvey Weinstein came out. April 2017.

Rose says Mrs. Newsom called her up on behalf of Theranos board member (Bill and Hillary Clinton’s longtime lawyer as well as Weinstein’s lawyer) — David Boies.

"David Boies wants to know what it would take to make you happy," McGowan says Newsom’s former wife told her. It’s speculated that Jennifer was trying to bribe Rose.

McGowan goes on to say besides Hillary Clinton, PR firms like SKDKnickerbocker and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are connected to this establishment machine.

Rose McGowan says vote for Larry Elder because people have nothing to lose in the way the system is run currently.

As for the California Governor recall race, Gavin Newsom has been quiet about the racially-charged attacks made against him in recent days.


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