(TLB) ED- California appears to be the “leader” of “Hypocrisy” when it comes to lock-down rules established by The Libs. Here we present two articles back to back… the first being about CA Gov. Newsom breaking his own mandate (Again!) and the second article shows the Berkeley Teachers’ Union President Spotted Dropping Daughter Off, In-Person, to a Preschool after Leading School Closures. Needless to say Parent groups are crying “hypocrisy.” (TLB)
California Gov. Newsom accused of breaking own lockdown rules for 2nd time amid growing cries for him to be recalled
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Newsom himself posted a video with comedian George Lopez to his TikTok aimed at promoting how citizens can check their coronavirus vaccine eligibility. The video was taken inside the Los Amigos restaurant in Fresno, which is under the state’s strictest lockdown restrictions, complete with a ban on indoor dining.
California Governor @GavinNewsom on video inside a restaurant in Fresno which is closed because of his onerous restrictions.
In November, Newsom was caught dining at the French Laundry restaurant indoors and unmasked in violation of his own restrictions pic.twitter.com/FJN43TgMxl
— Ari Hoffman (@thehoffather) February 28, 2021
A spokesperson for Newsom claimed he was there to meet with the owner to discuss their relief grant and denied that the governor had dined. Despite this, allegations were made online that not only did Newsom stay for over an hour, but ate there as well, once again contravening his own Covid-19 restrictions.
“He’s really rubbing it in people’s faces. Chances are slim he’ll be recalled. Still a garbage human being,” wrote one clearly irritated commenter.
“They were having a meeting with the owner, not dining. He’s allowed to be inside for a meeting,” wrote one Twitter user, rushing to Newsom’s defense.
Newsom was previously caught breaking his own ban on indoor dining back in November when he held a dinner with friends at the prestigious French Laundry restaurant in Napa. Among his fellow diners was a member of the California medical advisory board.
Opponents have begun a concerted effort to have Newsom recalled as governor of California for his perceived mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Newsom’s lockdowns have placed significant hardship on small businesses, forcing many restaurants and mom-and-pop shops to close down, though Hollywood productions were spared any imposition.
Meanwhile, some 1.8 million signatures have been collected on a petition calling for the governor’s recall. Many are expected to be discounted, however, so efforts by Newsom’s opponents to accrue even more verified signatures to meet the required 1.5 million needed by March 17 continue, in order for the recall effort to proceed further.
More California “Left Hypocrisy”
After Leading School Closures, Berkeley Teachers’ Union President Spotted Dropping Daughter Off at In-Person Preschool
Parent groups are crying “hypocrisy” after a video surfaced showing the president of the Berkeley teachers union dropping off his two-year-old daughter at an in-person preschool.
Matt Meyer, president of the Berkeley Federation of Teachers, has fought for what he called the “gold standard” for the teachers he represents — saying Berkeley schools should only reopen to in-person learning when educators are vaccinated, among other criteria.
A tentative plan between the Berkeley Unified School District and Berkeley Federation of Teachers in mid-February would see preschoolers through second grade returning to class at the end of March and other grades staggering back to in-person learning through April, according to Berkeleyside.
But some Berkeley parents have claimed that the union is moving too slow and are pushing for earlier school reopenings. They have long argued — and the Center For Disease Control and Prevention has agreed — that schools are safe to reopen without vaccinations for all teachers.
Looking to prove a double-standard by the Berkeley Federation of Teachers union president, they followed Meyer and his 2-year-old daughter to her preschool, camera in hand. The footage they captured has ignited the ire of parents groups fighting teachers unions — and Meyer in particular.
“It’s completely opposite of what he’s pushing,” said Jonathan Zachreson, the founder of Reopen California Schools, which counts Berkeley parents among many of its members.
“So why is that safe for him and those people who work there (at the preschool), but not for all of the kids in Berkeley Unified and the teachers? The answer is: It is safe.”
Read more of the story at KQED.org
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