Newsom Has A Sudden Change Of Heart Now That He's Faced With Recall- Imagine That!
Surprise... Surprise. Now that the heat is really on for the California Governor, Gavin Newsom, and he's had a massive change of heart. The Democrat has played favorites with big money interests when it came to the state's strict lockdown measures. Like allowing movie companies to continue filming while shuttering small businesses that spent a small fortune to meet pandemic guidelines.
Now that the demands to recall the Governor have reached a fever-pitch, Newsome suddenly announces a deadline to lift pandemic measures through the state.
The comments came during an interview with FOX 11, in which Newsom described a world that will supposedly look "a lot like the world we entered into before the pandemic."
"We're not wearing face coverings. We're not restricted in any way, shape or form from doing the old things that we used to do, save for huge, large-scale indoor convention events like that, where we use our common sense," Newsom told the station.
I ask @GavinNewsom what CA looks like on June 15th? "That world looks a lot like the world we entered into before the pandemic, we're not wearing face coverings, we're not restricted..." The exception? "Huge large scale indoor convention events where we'll use our common sense"
I ask @GavinNewsom what CA looks like on June 15th?
"That world looks a lot like the world we entered into before the pandemic, we're not wearing face coverings, we're not restricted..."
The exception? "Huge large scale indoor convention events where we'll use our common sense" pic.twitter.com/plORqOwdZJ
— Elex Michaelson (@Elex_Michaelson) May 12, 2021
Fox News noted that June 15 will be just shy of a year since Californians were required to wear masks in public places. The guidance requires people to wear a mask when gathering indoors with people who are not vaccinated. Fully vaccinated people can meet indoors without wearing a mask. They do not have to wear a mask outdoors, except when attending large gatherings.
The California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board is considering changing its workplace mask rules later this month. The proposed rules would not require employees to wear masks indoors if all workers are fully vaccinated and no one has coronavirus symptoms.
There’s no limit to the number of candidates who can challenge Newsom – and a number of hopefuls have already launched their campaigns. The businessman John Cox is currently touring with a domesticated Kodiak bear. Kevin Faulconer, the former mayor of San Diego, and Doug Ose, a former US representative, are also challenging the governor, as is Caitlyn Jenner, the former Olympic athlete and reality TV star.