Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Photos Emerge of Mini-Mao California Governor Gavin Newsom Ignoring COVID-19 Protocols He Set Into Place And He Lied About It in His Apology When Caught Dining Out in a Large Group

When are people going to become outraged by this hypocritical creep? 

 On Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom apologized for what he called “a bad mistake” in attending a birthday party at the very expensive restaurant, French Laundry, in wine country north of San Francisco.

The Michelin-rated Laundry currently offers two menus. A "chef tasting" at  $350 per person + add-ons and a White Truffle & Caviar Dinner at $1,200 per person.

At the dinner, Newsom broke the very rules that he has been preaching to allegedly slow the spread of the coronavirus, reports AP.

Newsom said he realized as soon as he sat down at the outdoor table that the group was larger than he had expected to celebrate the 50th birthday of Jason Kinney, a political adviser that Newsom said he has known for 20 years.

Newson continued:

The guests and the restaurant followed all applicable state and county public health guidance. The guests specifically required outdoor seating. And that’s outdoor seating, as confirmed and provided by the restaurant. 

But photos have emerged showing the dining was inside--and reports indicate it was a very loud party with no one concerned about the Governor's COVID-19 demands of the masses. 

In California, Newsom says you are supposed to wear a mask when at a dining table if you are not actively eating--even between bites. The Governor's office even tweeted about it:

This clearly wasn't being observed by Newson or anyone else in his group. 

The woman who took the above photos spoke to FOX LA: 

"While we were there we realized there was a very loud party going on in a room 20 feet from us. It was a bit annoying since you’re spending hard-earned money to go there."

She said, "It got louder and louder and so they had some sliding glass doors that they were able to close, so then it was a closed-off room but you could still hear them with how loud they were." 

"I just happened to look over and realize hey is that Gavin Newsom, who is that? And I did ask one of the waitresses and she confirmed it was, so I was able to take a couple of photos, I was able to document this especially since nobody was wearing a mask. It was a very large group of people shoulder to shoulder, something that he’s always telling us not to do so yeah it was a bit annoying for sure", the woman said. 

.After the woman heard his public apology she said, "I was surprised because it didn’t look like he was uncomfortable being there until the very end until people were looking at him and staring at him as he was leaving the room."

The Governor and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who represents California's 12th district, have now both been caught flaunting COVID-19 regulations when they thought they were out of sight of cameras.

When are Californians and the rest of America going to recognize that politicians are lying cons especially when it comes to COVID-19?

These people are sick power freaks.



  1. Though I do enjoy public diminishing of politicians, for hypocrisy to work either the perp or his audience (California tax payers) have to possess moral fortitude. I rest my case.

  2. It's probably time for a Modern Modest Proposal. Since the Gavin Newsoms of the political universe have been dining on us for so long, perhaps a Swift table-turn is in order. Soylent Blue, anyone?

  3. Reading the comments on the Bill Melugin Twitter story is pretty depressing. This pandemic is a way of life for so many people, they don’t think there will be, not should be, a return to normal. None of them care at all, some aren’t even sure why it’s being reported. He apologized! Move on!!
    The infectious disease of State politics and power is the real pandemic happening across the US. And the people just suck it up and take it and thank the State for it. No they don’t suck it up, they actually encourage their own demise. Incredible

    1. Agree. Nothing will happen. The masses will not see no matter what happens.

    2. Disagree, what will happen is thatthe person who took and published these photos will be tracked down and persecuted. Nobody will report on that.

  4. As much as I wish that it weren't the case, I'm afraid that the slaves on the US plantation are completely afflicted with Stockholm syndrome, and simply regard each beating as a blessing as it could have been worse.

    1. Apropos the Stockholm syndrome, I recall a passage in the Gulag Archipelago during the time that Solzhenitsyn spent in Siberian labor camps. He was recalling a conversation he had with a died in the wool Communist who was also arrested and sent to the gulag by Stalin, who was slowly dying from infirmities caused by severe cold and lack of decent food, but who nevertheless continued to love and praise Stalin to the heavens.